Scott Malchus highlights three recent indie film DVD releases you may have missed.
Over the decades, whether Batman has been interpreted as the World’s Greatest Detective or the psychotic Dark Knight, the character has inspired more than his share of musical numbers. Take a look and listen to some of the better Batsongs.
Christopher Nolan takes us on a Möbius strip of a story in “Interstellar”
Maleficent, Macbeth, and monsters for Halloween.
It should be obvious already, but in case you needed proof…
With co-writer Bob Gale as my wingman.
Dennis Weaver in “Duel” is one of four Spielberg films in this collection making their Blu-ray debut.
Murder, mayhem, and Whiplash in New York.
“Cold in July” proves that Jim Mickle is a director to watch.
A critical look at a critical look at the history of the music video.
Simon Pegg goes on a life changing journey, and you can win a prize pack to help you on YOUR next adventure.
For a raunchy ‘R’ rated comedy, this one may surprise you with its depth.
A Marvel-ous week for new releases.
Howard Lutnick and the efforts of Cantor Fitzgerald to rise from the ashes of the 9/11 attacks is the basis of Danielle Gardner’s thought provoking documentary.
Bobcat takes a break from comedy and scares the crap out of us with this Bigfoot thriller.
If you dig Seventies music, you’ll dig the massive DVD box set celebrating “The Midnight Special.” Rob Smith reviews.
Although it has the makings of a Hallmark made-for-TV movie, “Louder Than Words” is a simple, well-made drama
Contemplating an “instant masterpiece.”
Guy Pearce stars in these two excellent new dramas.