Is it really a bomb or a classic?
Everything was right for Young Sherlock Holmes. How could it possibly go so wrong?
Starting this weekend, trendy music genres like trap, EDM, trance house, crunk, or whatever the hell else the kids are listening to these days will step aside while their dark…
“X-Men: Apocalypse” is a solid entry in the X-Men film canon. Not the best, but worth a visit just to see Quicksilver.
Just in time for Halloween, two of the 80s greatest sci-fi/horror films have spectacular new Blu-ray releases.
Seth Rogen and Zac Efron are back at it in “Neighbors 2,” but it’s the ladies that steal the film.
Three cult favs from the 80s receive beautiful treatment on Blu-ray.
On Star Wars, Katniss, and Chuck Norris.
Wrap yourself up in a masterful Italian giallo.
Bryan Cranston becomes controversial writer Dalton Trumbo in this new biopic.
“Steve Jobs” is one of 2015’s best and most overlooked films.
Matt Damon leads a stellar ensemble cast in Ridley Scott’s “The Martian.”
Forget the slick Hollywood sequel and go straight for the New Zealand import. “Deathgasm” kicks ass!
From their first appearance in 2010’s Despicable Me, the little banana-colored henchmen known as the Minions have instantly become favorites – of children and adults alike (present company included). Their…
Amy Schumer and Bill Hader are a perfect match in the Schumer/Judd Apatow film, “Trainwreck.”
Bruce Campbell travels back in history to fight zombies. A documentary on this new Blu-ray tries to rewrite history, tainting an otherwise wonderful release.
In a genre dominated by teenage girls, it’s refreshing to have some movies about the male experience, especially since so many YA films are influenced by John Hughes and Cameron Crowe
Great Scott! “Back to the Future” gets a deluxe reissue in honor of 10/21/15.
It’s heeere. The remake of a horror classic.
Melissa McCarthy, Paul Feig and Jason Statham (!) flash killer comedic chops in “Spy.”
Jean Dujardin becomes obsessed with breaking the French Connection in this thrilling new film.
The Bellas are back and better than the first time.
Mads Mikkelsen is best known here in the States as the latest incarnation of the infamous Hannibal Lecter. His performance on NBC’s Hannibal went largely unnoticed by the general audiences,…
Evan Peters’ Quicksilver still steals the show in this expanded version of the X-Men movie hit.
Mae Whitman stars in the surprisingly good “The Duff.”
However you choose to label “Spring”, this is an entertaining and thought provoking motion picture.
This could be one of the scariest movies you see this year.
From the mid-70s to the late 80s, John Carpenter was an industry unto himself, variously writing, directing, producing, scoring and/or appearing in a string of well-executed genre entertainments that relied…
Batman and his son duke it out in the latest Warner Brothers animated feature.
While having problems getting out of its own way at times, Interstellar is still a satisfying, eye-popping tearjerker.