A visually stunning and eerie Victorian-era Gothic thriller that keeps audiences enthralled with its mystery and unexpected twists.
The ensemble of veterans returns for more pleasantries in The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel out now on Blu-ray.
David Hare’s Johnny Worricker spy trilogy comes to a weak conclusion in its third and final installment Salting the Battlefield.
Pride is a pleasant and funny, if not quite accurate, account of the UK’s 1984 miners strike.
Unless you found yourself REALLY enjoying Warner’s Jack the Giant Slayer, the 3D edition isn’t worth the extra $10 Warner wants. Stick to the 2D.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a brilliant film that entices viewers with its naturalness and lack of contrivance. A world-class cast, direction and script will bring a warm and worthwhile watch for its viewers.
Non-stop action with an excellent technical presentation can’t save the otherwise boring Wrath of the Titans.
G-Force arrives in a reference release on Blu-ray from Disney, but are you willing to be the guinea pig for this Jerry Bruckheimer family/action/comedy?
Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ action-packed comedy-adventure, G-Force, will be heading to Blu-ray “Combo Pack” (Blu-ray + DVD + DisneyFile Digital Copy in a single package) this holiday season on December 15 day-and-date with the DVD release at a suggested retail price of US$44.99 and CDN$51.99 for the Blu-ray Combo and US$39.99 and […]