Bowling For Columbine Blu-Ray Review (Criterion)
Bowling For Columbine, Michael Moore’s Academy Award-winning examination of gun violence in America, makes its Blu-ray debut from the Criterion Collection. Though the film is over fifteen years old, and while some of its more...
A Quiet Place UHD Review
A Quiet Place is a serious, dramatically thrilling film that doesn’t disappoint. It quickly establishes its world, its rules, and the stakes, and carries the audience through a riveting and wholly original experience. This is a rare combination of...
Under Capricorn Blu-Ray Review
Under Capricorn reunites Alfred Hitchcock with one of his best leading ladies, Ingrid Bergman, and features a return of the long take technique he pioneered in Rope, but falls short of his usual high standards. Hitchcock himself apparently...
HDR, Why wasn't dynamic range an issue before?
With the advent of UHD, it doesn't surprise me about the desire for 4K. Ever since VHS we have sought out higher resolution to create a more theater like experience. As to what resolution is needed to fulfill that can be debated...
Beirut Blu-ray Review
Jon Hamm (Mad Men) and Rosamund Pike (Jack Reacher) star in Beirut, an international spy thriller written by Tony Gilroy (The Bourne Identity) and directed by Brad Anderson (Fringe) set in 1980s Beirut during the civil war.
Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Collection 4K UHD Collection Review
25 years after the theatrical release of Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park(1993), the entire series is collected for the first time on 4K UHD. The Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Collection includes the first 4 films...
Jack Reacher UHD Review
Based on Lee Child’s exciting character and adapted from the novel One Shot, Jack Reacher is a gripping old-school thriller anchored by a terrific performance from Tom Cruise, a foundation of brilliant filmmaking, and a hard-boiled, gritty feel that...
Blockers Blu-ray Review
Blockers tries too hard to be a raunchy sex comedy about both the three girls who form a sex pact on prom night and their parents trying to stop the pact from happening. The result is a painfully unfunny comedy that overstays its welcome very quickly...
Next Stop, Greenwich Village Blu-ray Review
A coming-of-age story based on writer-director Paul Mazursky’s own experiences as a young man looking to leave behind his Brooklyn roots to become an actor, Next Stop, Greenwich Village is a poignant tale that will be even more...
Love, Simon UHD Review
Love, Simon is charming, sweet, fun and playful even while it deals with a supremely important subject of coming out. There is meaningful drama nestled amongst the playfulness, and while the film explores an intimate and important subject, it does so...
The Post 4K UHD Review
What would happen if the U.S. government challenged the freedom of the press? This actually happened during the Nixon administration, even before the Watergate scandal. The Post features Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in the true story of the Washington...
A few words about...™ Dietrich & von Sternberg in Hollywood -- in Blu-ray
On July 3, Criterion is releasing their new Blu-ray set of the six Hollywood (Paramount) productions that came from the talents of Marlene Dietrich, under the direction of Josef von Sternberg.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation UHD Review
The Mission: Impossible franchise continues to leap from strength to strength. In this fifth film, Tom Cruise once again leads the spirited action and newsworthy stunt work as IMF agent Ethan Hunt, solidifying the Mission...
Big Hero Six: The Series – Back in Action! DVD Review
Disney Channel’s Big Hero 6: The Series – Back in Action brings the first seven episodes from the currently airing first season, including the 43-minute pilot movie, to DVD.
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol UHD Review
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, despite its slightly unwieldy full title, is a triumph of action adventure. A smart, full-tilt spy adventure with jaw-dropping stunts, unflinching pace, ample good humor (courtesy of Simon...
Mission: Impossible III UHD Review
Mission: Impossible III is the lowest grossing entry in the franchise, but it is perhaps one of the most important. After the critical disappointment of the second entry, six years would pass before J.J. Abrams, hot from his spy-story chops...
Mission: Impossible II UHD Review
Mission: Impossible II is the low point for the cinematic adventures of Ethan Hunt and his varying IMF team, but it remains an entertaining film, if flimsy. Highlights include the central performances and several engaging action sequences...
Mission: Impossible UHD Review
I love a good spy movie. In the years I’m not watching a marathon of James Bond, I love to spin offerings from the genre both old and new. Films like the lightweight fare of the domestic spy tale, Sneakers, or the overly serious international...
Weekly RoundUp 6-26-2018
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD…
– The Five Mission Impossible Films – 1996-2015
– The Virgin Spring – 1960
– The Curse of the Cat People – 1944
– Last Man Standing: Seasons 5 & 6 –...
The Complete Hal Roach/Thelma Todd/Patsy Kelly Comedy Collection DVD Review
The Complete Hal Roach/Thelma Todd/Patsy Kelly Comedy Collection fills a worthwhile space on the shelf of comedy lovers everywhere.
HTF EXCLUSIVE! Twilight Time September 2018 Release Announcements
Twilight Time has given us an exclusive early look at these September Announcements. Enjoy!
If you see these titles posted elsewhere within 8 HOURS without credit being given to HTF, rest assured it came from...
Pacific Rim: Uprising Blu-ray Review
The highly-anticipated follow-up to Guillermo del Toro's giant robots versus giant monsters fan favorite, Pacific Rim: Uprising is a bit of a disappointment, with co-writer and director Steven S. DeKnight taking the saga into more familiar...