Lacking any real substance, MGM’s Jeepers Creepers, now on Blu-ray, is yet another dull modern era Hollywood horror movie.
Even though I had a few reserves with the film’s audio, Killer Klowns, now on Blu-ray from MGM, reminds me of a time when films were just fun.
With a lack of real quality, consistent scares, this sequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre fails to spark any real substance.
Certainly MGM’s Blu-ray for Death Wish 4: The Crackdown is serviceable, but I can’t really say the same for the film itself.
This third entry into the Death Wish series is easily the best of them all, mainly because of how over-the-top it is.
Charles Bronson is back….for more butt kicking fun in Death Wish 2, arriving on Blu-ray from MGM with a V/A presentation that is the best the film has ever looked.
Hitchcock’s Rebecca, about a haunting from beyond the grave, arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of MGM.
Woody Allen’s ode to Manhattan in glorious black and white arrives on Blu-ray in a pleasing high definition transfer from MGM.
Hitchcock’s brilliant dark romance/spy thriller with the cast that is a Hollywood casting director’s wet dream arrives on Blu-ray from MGM stuffed with plenty of extras.
Hitchcock’s psychological thriller Spellbound hits Blu-ray with a strong transfer from MGM and a good set of extras.