My Say On Blu Ray
The best compliment I can give Resurrection is, it’s as if The Walking Dead aired on Lifetime and was penned by Nicholas Sparks, or The 4400 minus the cool superpowers.
Volume 1 offers up the critically acclaimed “He Got Game” (1998) as well as “25th Hour” (2002). Volume 2 consists of some of Lee’s lesser known films “Summer of Sam” (1999) and “Miracle At St. Anna” (2008).
The song goes “let it go…,” but it feels like my kids have been able to do anything but let our “Frozen” Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray go since they finally got their hands on it. They’ve […]
When it’s on its game, the infrequent installments of this staple of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim lineup are among the best serialized animation on the air.
The Disney Diamond Edition of The Jungle Book is a treasure. The movie has been re-mastered, making the colors brighter, images crisper, and adding depth to the picture.
This new collection, which hits the streets February 11, features the first movie “Rocky” in a newly remastered format. This movie certainly isn’t known for its bright, rich color – so a remastered version may not mean much to you. In addition, the other five films do not receive the remastering treatment.
What a great time of year to gather with your friends, family or pets and enjoy a great DVD.
“Look at this stuff, isn’t it neat?” Those well-known lyrics could be said of Disney’s new “The Little Mermaid” Diamond Edition Blu-Ray DVD.
The stop-motion parody festival that is Robot Chicken has matured significantly—Not in terms of content (see Orville Redenbacher’s urinary issues in the Children of the Popcorn sketch), but in production value.
Candelabra is based on Scott Thorson’s tell-all memoir Behind the Candelabra: My Life With Liberace. It details the relationship the two had throughout the last decade of the piano virtuoso’s life, with a heavy focus between when they met in 1977 and their falling out a few years later.
The five-part BBC-HBO miniseries billed as “spanning from the Edwardian era to the chaos and destructions of World War I” stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Christopher Tietjens—a man so good, he frustrates everyone around him to the point of madness.
I have never been so upset and annoyed with a film until I watched “The Host.” And mind you, I watch bad movies with friends for entertainment.