Making a case for concerts on home video, Dream Theater put out a more than comprehensive package.
To not so boldly go where most action pictures have gone before.
Come back to a time when a scam was really a scam…
Disguised as an epic sci-fi tale of humanity’s fall and rise, Things To Come has a darker, unsettling agenda.
And more movies oozing onto home video.
The directors of Little Miss Sunshine follow up that charming underdog with Ruby Sparks, a romantic comedy/fantasy film that takes a page out of the Charlie Kaufman book of storytelling.
Greg Kinnear and Willem Dafoe each have new movies out on home video.
The new “To Kill a Mockingbird” Blu-ray is one of the most complete single disc releases this writer has ever seen.
“The Big Year” may not be a laugh riot, but it’s better than you’d think.
Two of Woody Allen’s classic 70′s films are now on Blu-ray.
Billy Wilder’s classic film arrives on blu-ray.
Blast off into the holidays with The Rocketeer and other recent releases.
Popdose calls Cars 2 a good direct-to-video movie that got stuck in the theaters.
Can a male harmony group that was snuffed out mid-coda come back to Earth and make the jump to movies?
Better produced than most of Disney’s made for TV movies, and slightly edgier, Prom is a harmless film that most parents will have fun watching with their kids.
Is Disney’s take on Rapunzel a bad hair day for the studio? Bob Cashill takes his scissors to it.
There are worse things than fumbling the lyrics of the national anthem at the Super Bowl or tabloid crackups, Xtina. There is Burlesque.