This finale breaks no new ground but continues to entertain as The Force remains with this latest presumably final addition to the Skywalker Saga.
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.
Arrow Video reissues the MGM 4K restoration of both the director’s cut and theatrical cuts here alongside a virtual treasure trove of bonus features.
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The newer production from NetFlix it could never touch the camp of this original 1972 Japanese series.
This classic kaiju series has been newly remastered from Mill Creek and looks fantasic.
A gorgeous cyberpunk film about the philisophical questions around conquering death that quickly degrades into typical action fodder.
A slow-burning sci-fi journey through time travel that makes viewers wish that they had stayed in their same time zone.
An attempt at a more cerebral take on the trials and tribulations of space travel that eventually succumbs to a slow pace, lackluster script
An edge of the seat sci-fi indie thriller about hyper-realistic VR shot in stark black and white that adds to the film’s paranoia