Jo Nesbø’s taut crime thriller receives a disappointing screen recreation and a superb cast cannot overcome a lackluster script and wayward direction.
A must-see, must-own sci-fi 4K Ultra HD disc of demonstration quality sights and sounds.
This film leaves behind the enigmatic nature of ‘Prometheus’ for the more straightforward action of the previous ‘Alien’ films fans are sure to appreciate.
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard are the murderous power couple brought down by their own ambition in Justin Kurzel’s visceral ‘Macbeth’ on Blu-ray from Anchor Bay Entertainment.
Director Danny Boyle’s taut biopic ‘Steve Jobs’ hits Blu-ray courtesy of Universal and delivers a satisfying experience.
The surreal, postmodern western Slow West is out on Blu-ray in the UK from Lionsgate.
Regardless of your ending view of the film itself, one can’t deny that Director Ridley Scott knows how to make epic films. Prometheus is yet another example of why Scott is one of the finest directors ever.
A spy thriller with a badass female lead? Sounds good to me. Soderbergh’s film, Haywire, arrives with a reference audio/video presentation armed with a well made thriller.
Shame is a riveting psychosexual drama from British director Steve McQueen featuring superb performances from Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan.
David Cronenberg steps out of his typical genres for this skillfully directed and well acted drama about the beginnings of psychoanalysis and the rift between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.