blu-ray reviews

  1. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review The French Dispatch Blu-ray Review

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  2. Ronald Epstein

    3D Blu-ray Review Imax: Flight of the Butterflies: THE HTF 3D ADDICT REVIEW

    I have stopped writing 3D reviews mainly for the fact that there just isn't anything out there that impresses me anymore. Most of the stuff being released theatrically is upconversions. The classic fare has been distributed to so many other reviewers at once that I no longer get early peeks...
  3. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Spetters Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Spetters Blu-ray Review Paul Verhoeven’s fifth Dutch film Spetters extended the international reputation he had earned with Soldier of Orange. It’s a long, stark, slice-of-life drama more depressing than exhilarating though certainly there are enough upbeat moments to keep the...
  4. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review The Woman in the Window Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough The Woman in the Window Blu-ray Review The Woman in the Window is a prime film noir from Fritz Lang featuring outstanding performances and a story that intrigues from the start and draws one into its ever-tightening noose around its protagonist’s neck. [review]
  5. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Blu-ray Review An unusual musical revue featuring songs of one of the world’s most unique balladeers, Denis Héroux’s Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris may be visually grounded in the 1970s, but its songs reflect...
  6. t1g3r5fan

    A Fistful of Dollars – Blu-ray Review

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  7. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review The Man Who Watched Trains Go By Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough The Man Who Watched Trains Go By Blu-ray Review A nebbish out for revenge gets waylaid and settles instead for a cockeyed brand of wish fulfillment in Harold French’s The Man Who Watched Trains Go By. [review]
  8. t1g3r5fan

    It’s Alive Trilogy – Blu-ray Review

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  9. Richard Gallagher

    Blu-ray Review Underworld U.S.A. Blu-ray Review

    Richard Gallagher Underworld U.S.A. Blu-ray Review Underworld U.S.A. is a violent and compelling film noir from director Samuel Fuller. It has been released on Blu-ray by Twilight Time with an exceptional high-definition transfer courtesy of Sony. [review]
  10. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Matinee Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Matinee Blu-ray Review Joe Dante’s nostalgic look back at going to the movies and monster films of the 1960s finally gets some respect on Blu-ray with Shout Select’s Collector’s Edition release of Matinee. [review]
  11. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Paddington 2 Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Paddington 2 Blu-ray Review Receiving a surprising 100% Fresh on review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. UK import Paddington 2 arrives on Blu-ray (but no 4K on physical media) from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. [review]
  12. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 11 Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 11 Blu-ray Review 18 years after the Satellilte of Love fell out of orbit on SyFy at the end of its 10th season, Mystery Science Theater 3000 returned with 14 new episodes and a new cast on Netflix, following a highly successful Kickstarter...
  13. Ken_McAlinden

    Blu-ray Review Father Figures Blu-ray Review

    Ken_McAlinden Father Figures Blu-ray Review Father Figures is the directorial debut of Lawrence Sher, who was the cinematographer on several modern comedies including all three of the Hangover films. The bawdy approach to the "Who's your daddy" premise is certainly in that vein. Owen...
  14. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Down Three Dark Streets Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Down Three Dark Streets Blu-ray Review Arnold Laven’s FBI-based docudrama Down Three Dark Streets combines investigations of several taut and frustrating cases with a behind-the-scenes look at FBI techniques and analytical expertise that keep interest high and suspense nicely...
  15. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Five Steps to Danger Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Five Steps to Danger Blu-ray Review A cat-and-mouse thriller turns interestingly into a Cold War espionage tale in Henry S. Kesler’s Five Steps to Danger, a 1957 independent production which is the latest remastered thriller in the Classic Flix line. [review]
  16. Richard Gallagher

    Blu-ray Review Harper Blu-ray Review

    Richard Gallagher Harper Blu-ray Review Ross MacDonald's hard-boiled private eye Lew Archer made his big screen debut (albeit with his last name changed) in Harper, adapted from MacDonald's 1949 novel "The Moving Target." The film features a superlative cast headed by Paul Newman, an...
  17. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Coco Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Coco Blu-ray Review Coco is, quite possibly, Pixar's most colorful and beautifully animated feature to date. Disney’s Multi-Screen Edition contains the film on Blu-ray and DVD, plus an extra Blu-ray disc full of extras, and a digital copy to boot. [review]
  18. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review Only the Brave Blu-ray Review

    Kevin EK Only the Brave Blu-ray Review Only the Brave never quite qualifies for hotshot certification on Blu-ray. [review]
  19. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review Darkest Hour Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    Kevin EK Darkest Hour Blu-ray Review - Recommended Darkest Hour lights a pretty good cigar on Blu-ray . [review]
  20. Richard Gallagher

    Blu-ray Review The L-Shaped Room Blu-ray Review

    Richard Gallagher The L-Shaped Room Blu-ray Review The L-Shaped Room is, for its time, a surprisingly frank adult drama which features a brilliant lead performance by Leslie Caron. It has arrived on Blu-ray from Twilight Time with a superb black & white transfer courtesy of Sony. [review]
  21. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Lady and the Tramp Signature Collection Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Lady and the Tramp Signature Collection Blu-ray Review Disney's all-time classic animal love story, Lady and the Tramp, returns to Blu-ray in a re-packaged Signature Collection edition that more or less recycles the video and audio transfer from the previous edition, adds a...
  22. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review The Silence of the Lambs Blu-Ray Review (Criterion)

    Neil Middlemiss The Silence of the Lambs Blu-Ray Review (Criterion) Crafted with a gift for capturing the layers of complex characters, investigative pursuit, and the tightening screws of tension, The Silence of the Lambs builds its effective psychological horror. It is mesmerizing cinema...
  23. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Casanova Brown Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Casanova Brown Blu-ray Review An amiable comedy of miscommunication with delightful stars and touches of screwball comedy tropes of old, Sam Wood’s Casanova Brown is fairly lightweight material for two Academy Award-winning stars. [review]
  24. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Along Came Jones Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Along Came Jones Blu-ray Review A case of mistaken identity fuels the comedy hijinks in Stuart Heisler’s comic adventure Along Came Jones. [review]
  25. Kevin EK

    Better Call Saul Season 3 Blu-ray Review - Highly Recommended

    Kevin EK Better Call Saul Season 3 Blu-ray Review - Highly Recommended Better Call Saul Season 3 makes a good case for itself on Blu-ray . [review]
  26. Kevin EK

    Thank You For Your Service Blu-ray Review

    Kevin EK Thank You For Your Service Blu-ray Review Thank You For Your Service comes home to Blu-ray, but doesn’t quite deliver. [review]
  27. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Little Orphant Annie (1918) Blu-ray Review

    Matt Hough Little Orphant Annie (1918) Blu-ray Review With the vast majority of silent films no longer existent due to the ravages of time, faulty studio preservation techniques, or plain neglect, it’s something of a miracle that we have 1918’s Little Orphant Annie directed by Colin...
  28. Richard Gallagher

    Blu-ray Review Gidget Blu-ray Review

    Richard Gallagher Gidget Blu-ray Review Gidget, a somewhat more serious movie than one might expect, has come to Blu-ray from Twilight Time with a very nice transfer from Sony. Film historians seem to agree that it is the first Hollywood "beach film." [review]
  29. Todd Erwin

    UHD Review The Foreigner Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin The Foreigner Blu-ray Review The Foreigner is something of a departure for Jackie Chan, a far more serious political thriller than his fans have expected from him in the past. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. [review]
  30. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Raw Deal (1948) Blu-ray Review

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