DC Universe brings back its water-drenched warrior Aquaman in the story of his origins as Arthur Curry who engages in a quest for the subterranean kingdom of Atlantis.
Branagh and company take this slow-burning chestnut and succeed in making it enjoyable for 21st century audiences
Noomi Rapace shines in this underwhelming dystopian sci-fi thriller about multiple siblings acting as one woman in a world where siblings are outlawed.
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.
Abel Ferrara’s dreamlike film about Pier Paolo Pasolini’s final tragic day alive, Pasolini, is available now on Blu-ray from BFI.
A seething look at America’s eternal struggle with race relations, Mississippi Burning arrives on Blu-ray from Second Sight Films
Tomorrow You’re Gone is a thriller with a strong cast and B-grade quality — skip it if you don’t want to lose 90 minutes of your life needlessly.
Nearly 10-years later, one of Pixar’s finest efforts makes its way back to shore in a brilliant trasnfer, 2D or 3D, on Blu-ray.
Highlighted by a great performance from Willem Dafoe, The Hunter is a well-made action/drama that fans of Dafoe will eat up.
Mars…in 3D? No, this isn’t Mars Needs Mom. More live action heroics…in 3D!! Disney’s Blu-ray, for John Carter, arrives with an excellent technical presentation on nearly all fronts, only slightly hindered by a questionable 3D effort.