Three cult favs from the 80s receive beautiful treatment on Blu-ray.
Up, up, and away with new releases, including Supergirl.
It’s the perfect time of the year to enjoy The Lobster.
New thriller plays it clean with respect to the haunting/possession genre.
Surprisingly effective chomper debuts prior to “Shark Week.”
Win a copy of the chilling horror film, “The Boy”, starring Lauren Cohan and a creepy doll!
The time of year when Elvis & Nixon meet.
When I first heard that a documentary had been made about The Damned, I was absolutely chomping at the bit to see it. My love and respect for this band is well known to all and sundry; listening to, reading about and hearing The Damned has always been a constant joy for me. And thinking that someone had finally taken the time and care to make a film was both a moment of celebration and the thought of “this is long overdue”. I’ve always felt that The Damned were deserving of so much more of the spotlight, the accolades, the financial rewards that the other bands from that first punk rock wave/class of ’76 seem to have been reaping in the last few years. Every time I turn around, I hear in commercials and soundtracks the Pistols or Clash or Buzzcocks, etc. – and I begrudge none of them for gaining their well-deserved place in our culture. But The Damned, who had an endless amount of talent and a catalog of splendid music, never seem …
The best of the worst of movie and TV cliches. If you’ve seen ’em once, you know ’em all!
On Star Wars, Katniss, and Chuck Norris.
Two bears, a cat, the thing in the box, his own grandpa, dogs playing poker & more.
Pee-wee’s back and Netflix’s got him.
Is there any safe haven from the monsters?
Wrap yourself up in a masterful Italian giallo.
It’s only a movie.
Breaking news on nominated films and performers on home video.
In it to win it, this year’s edition.
All’s fair in love and ice.
Bryan Cranston becomes controversial writer Dalton Trumbo in this new biopic.
“Steve Jobs” is one of 2015’s best and most overlooked films.
007, and five more Blu-rays reviewed.
Enter for a chance to win “Steve Jobs” on Blu-ray combo pack.
Ryan Reynolds, smartass superhero.
Stunning visuals, meh musicals.
Return to Memphis, Kansas City, and the Cold War, Spielberg-style.
This is not your grandfather’s Superman…but is that Superman at all anymore?
We’re all driving up to that same rest stop. Seeing those who aren’t going back out on the road ever again is inevitable.
Let me say right off the bat that I love Stan Lee. If he hadn’t revolutionized superhero comics at Marvel back in the 1960s, I don’t know what I would have done with my free time from 1977 through 1981, which was primarily spent reading hundreds of comic books featuring characters he created. I would have had to go outside or something, and that probably wouldn’t have ended well. But Stan is 93 now, and while I’m thrilled he still seems healthy and active, let’s face it: The man will say anything that pops into his head, as people who’ve lived 93 years on this planet tend (and deserve) to do. Hence the interview resulting in the headline, on Epicstream.com: “Stan Lee Says Star Wars/Avengers Crossover Film Could Happen.” Now, Stan Lee hasn’t been central to the Marvel brain trust in decades, and certainly not since Disney bought the company in 2009, so this would be about as relevant in the real world as a story that says, “Stan Lee Says Zombie Apocalypse Could Happen,” or …
Straight onto Blu-ray for Compton and other hits.