Great action combines with humor and stellar performances in this Asian “western” from writer/director Wen Jiang, arriving on Blu-ray with a strong HD transfer and engaging lossless 5.1 mix.
A Night to Remember, one of the earliest re-tellings of the Titanic disaster, is superbly shot, cast, and directed film. While devoid of most “special effects,” this is the best version of this story to ever hit the silver screen.
A Rossini Festival performance in Pesaro, this rarely performed opera is well conducted with a vocal mixed bag. Definitely worth watching but with reservations.
Warner Brothers has done moviegoers a great favor with this 70th Anniversary reissue of the timeless film, Casablanca. A self-recommending movie if there ever was one, the remastering is marvelous. The deluxe box contains a bounty of memorabilia and extras.
Daft teens get drunk, wander through the woods, and end up stalked by a killer — I think we’ve seen this movie before. Splintered is an unoriginal horror/thriller that has high production values, but that’s about it.
This animated fantasy from the 70s may bring back memories, but it doesn’t hold up to the test of time, nor does its transfer really sparkle on Blu-ray.
A twisted animated horror tale, Where the Dead Go to Die looks great on Blu-ray and should appeal to the hardcore cult-horror fan.
This concert offers a good live run through Phil Collins’ numerous hits for anyone who’s a fan of his work.
The Scarlet Worm, a twisted Western film, arrives on Blu-ray with an interesting message.
Poor audio and video hamper this live performance of Dinosaur Jr.’s classic album Bug from MVD Visual.