Category: Blu-ray Reviews

xXx 15th Anniversary

xXx: 15th Anniversary – Blu-ray Review

The Movie (2.5/5) To coincide with the xXx reboot that was just released this week, Sony has released a 15th Anniversary Edition of the original xXx movie on Blu-ray. The original is a fun, entertaining mess...

About Time -Blu-Ray Review

Director Richard Curtis has presented us with many worlds.  Many of which seemed to be dominated by the “Rom-Com” (Romantic Comedy) genre.  Over the years he has presented films in this genre that seem...

Battleground(1949) – Blu-ray Review

The Movie (5/5) The 1940s to me has always been a big meaty hunk of escapism. In both the pre and post-war time periods, the major studios pumped out musicals, dramas, and action movies...

Train to Busan – Blu-ray Review

Since Romero created Night of the Living Dead in 1968, zombie films have been a mainstay of genre filmmaking. While the Zombie genre has plenty of diehard fans, it’s not uncommon to hear critics...

Police Academy Feature

Police Academy – The Complete Collection – Blu-ray Review

Police Academy is a series of American comedy films, with the first six films being made in the 1980s and the seventh ant last installment Mission To Moscow released in 1994.  The series opens...

Phantasm

Phantasm: Remastered – Blu-ray Review

Just as a reminder, enter our Phantasm blu-ray giveaway. Complete the form here. You have until January 15th at midnight EST. Enter before the deadline or… BOY! The Feature (3.75/5) Like much of Don Coscarelli’s...

Ouija Origin of Evil

Ouija: Origin of Evil – Blu-ray Review

The Movie (3/5) Ouija: Origin of Evil is certainly a better film than its predecessor, 2014’s Ouija, but that isn’t saying much, as the original was widely panned by critics and audiences alike. Origin of Evil takes...

Max Steel Featured

Max Steel – Blu-ray Review

Max Steel is a 2016 American science fiction action superhero film that was directed by Stewart Hendler and was written by Christopher Yost. This film features Ben Winchell, Josh Brener, Ana Villafane, Andy Garcia, Maria...

Carol -Blu-Ray Review

Carol came to us at a time where films about acceptance and “taboo” issues seemed to be dominating the market.  This film in particular seemed to be made knowing full well that it would...

The Fall -Blu-Ray Review

Consider The Fall.  A film presented by David Fincher and Spike Jonze, but what does that truly mean?  I have to admit it sure is inviting whatever it means.  Ultimately it is important to...