An indie sci-fi thriller that is in the best tradition of philosophical allegories — dressed up in visual eye candy.
A visually stunning and eerie Victorian-era Gothic thriller that keeps audiences enthralled with its mystery and unexpected twists.
Sexual assault and its ramifications are the focus of the powerful final series in this riveting British crime drama.
This indie crime thriller carries a heavyweight cast and director, but it ends up being a mishmash of various filmmaking styles that is ultimately a case of style over substance.
Anton Yelchin is an average guy whose controlling girlfriend just won’t die — even when she’s already dead — in the comedy/horror flick Burying the Ex available on Blu-ray from RLJ Entertainment.
Magic returns to England in the fantastical series Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell on Blu-ray from RLJ Entertainment
Aftermath is an average post-apocalyptic thriller that fails to provide anything original
The comedy/horror flick All Cheerleaders Die misses the mark on all counts
Sparks is a dark neo-noir adaptation of the superhero comic book series similar to Watchmen and Sin City
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box is yet another below average fantasy film culled from the Young Adults book section