Despite its cast of heavyweights including Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg, and Mike Myers, Terminal is eye candy that is all empty calories.
The Blu-ray is barebones but satisfying and the series continues to be well written and well acted.
Soderbergh’s indie debut feature film is less sexual than it is an intimate portrait of people allowing lies and sex to rule and ruin their lives
Outside of an actual 4K release, this is the definitive version of ‘Hardware’ out there.
This 1955 film, here released in a brand new 4K restoration on Blu-ray from StudioCanal for its 75th anniversary, is a classic wartime film and a classic of the cinema.
This 1958 classic from director Stanley Kramer can be a little on-the-nose at times, but it still stands the test of time and has become a part of American popular culture.
An atmospheric and absolutely terrifying horror film that lingers in silence but never gets dull
A slow starter that picks up pace in the second half, this latest addition to DC’s television universe has lots of potential for a second season.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s seething post-war noir about racism, class, and violence gets a satisfying Masters of Cinema release from Eureka Entertainment.
Eureka provides a fantastic new 2K restoration of this 90s martial arts classic.