With a strong ensemble cast, this character-driven sci-fi drama is the grittiest, most mature series in the Stargate franchise yet, but with 9 episodes at an SRP of $69.99 ($39 on Amazon) they must be living in another universe.
Amelia turns the life of the adventurous aviatrix into a sappy Hollywood soap opera, but at least the reference quality Blu-ray release arrives just in time for the Valentine’s Day holiday.
Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior will thrill with its nonstop smack downs and back-to-basics martial arts, but don’t expect any miracles from this low budget flick’s murky looking picture on Blu-ray.
This sleek 80’s time capsule from French Connection director William Friedkin deserves a second look, as long as you don’t look too closely at the less-than-stellar video transfer from MGM.
Max Ophüls’ Lola Montès, restored to its original length and full-color glory, is a fine spectacle of filmmaking to behold in this superb transfer of the 2008 restoration.
Forest Whitaker’s riveting performance is the main draw in this fictionalized account of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin’s reign of terror. We like the strong transfer to Blu-ray even if the production makes it less than great hi-def material.
Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix give strong performances in this film on the early tumultuous career of “The Man in Black” and his courtship of June Carter rendered in a reference-quality release from Fox.
Forget the confusing plot, Ong Bak 2 serves up enough blood spilling action sequences to keep martial arts fans happy with an engaging DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack and strong HD transfer as added bonuses.
A makeshift family of gun-totin’ survivors travels the American wasteland in this funny, blood-soaked high-def treat, packed with BD-exclusive extras.
If you like telegraphed plot twists and people obscured by poor CG snowstorm effects, then Kate Beckinsale’s latest snowbound C.S.I. imitation may just be the right film for you.