‘The Mimic’ returns to the classic North Eastern Asian-style of horror films made popular in films like ‘Ring’ but fails to sustain its atmosphere or a coherent story beyond the first half of the film.
This new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray with Dolby Vision is missing a new immersive Atmos or DTS:X audio mix, but it still looks stunning.
Eureka provides a fantastic new 2K restoration of this 90s martial arts classic.
This 1988 comedy holds up well, but this reissue adds not much of anything new to entice a double-dip.
‘Trading Places’ continues to entertain and bring the laughs, but this 35th Anniversary reissue brings nothing new versus the previous Blu-ray, not even a new audio rack or video restoration.
This Mel Gibson hero-themed historical drama retraces the American Revolutionary War in South Carolina through its overly long and leisurely paced script that lasts nearly as long as the war itself.
This new reboot closely follows the changes in the video game reboot from a few year ago and makes the character of Lara Croft grittier and more relatable than previous cinematic efforts.
This new 4K Ultra HD release with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos breathes new life into the film.
Paramount delivers a reference quality reissue of this uneven entry in the Terminator franchise, but it’s one that is still popcorn-worthy.
The series has never looked or sounded better than it does in this new, spectacular 4K Ultra HD edition w/ Dolby Vision and Atmos.