Miike Takashi’s 100th film is a blood-soaked modern chambara that should satisfy his fans and fans of the genre with its relentless action and the heart at its core.
This drawn out horror film barely stirs up a scare until its atmospheric final act before giving viewers a pointless ending.
Quantum physicist invents a time machine and must travel back in time to save his invention and his own life in the neo-noir sci-fi thriller ‘Synchronicity’ on Blu-ray from Magnolia Home Entertainment.
An in-depth behind the scenes look at the creation of a new ballet for the New York Ballet company by one of its rising young stars.
Simon Pegg is a hitman caught in a three-way murder plot in the neo-noir crime caper Kill Me Three Times on Blu-ray from Magnolia Home Entertainment.
The Two Faces of January is a flawed but suspenseful thriller with murder, money, and death in the Mediterranean featuring a strong cast and gorgeous cinematography.
The Norwegian adventure film Ragnarok is a suspenseful, fun-filled romp for the family that rivals Hollywood at its best.
The Protector 2 is a tremendously fun martial arts romp from Ong Bak star Tony Jaa
Anti-environmentalist documentary FrackNation gets a decent release on Blu-ray from Magnolia
Stephen Chow returns with his adaptation of the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West, and it’s great escapist fun.