An atmospheric ’70s horror in the tradition of malevolent dolls finds Anthony Hopkins holding together up a flawed film with his creepy performance.
This Oscar-winner is definitely Ho Bong Joon’s best film to date and a great watch on Blu-ray.
A competent sequel to ‘The Shining’ references Kubrick and both of King’s novels for some good fan service.
A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.
This Shout Select Collector’s Edition offers up a good Blu-ray with a pleasing picture and excellent new featurettes.
This low budget monster horror with some weaknesses could have done more with its unique setup but is a watchable time waster.
This 4K Ultra HD release with its Dolby Vision HDR and High Frame Rate 60FPS offers up a fantastic popcorn spectacle for the home theater.
The Golden Globe-winning film Joker makes for both a gripping drama and a dazzling 4K Ultra HD production.
Paul Verhoeven’s controversial pre-Hollywood film hits Blu-ray in the UK in a beautiful 4K restoration from the BFI.
An epic road trip of dreams and rock and roll set at the turn of the last century as the world is coming to an end in its full, nearly-five-hour-long, version.