THE BOOK THIEF’s unique WWII tale is a good movie-night-in choice for all fans of intriguing and emotional historical dramas.
In a summer overstuffed with superhero films, it’s totally acceptable if you happened to skip over one of the best one of the year. With larger budgets and fanfare, Man of Steel and Iron Man 3 dominated the box office but The Wolverine just may be the best of the
There isn’t a whole lot to say about Robot Chicken that you don’t already know. It’s a stop-motion, 15-minute long sketch comedy show on Adult Swim created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. Since their debut in 2005 (I know, right?), they’ve become a cult classic among a wide range
Shout! Factory releases three fantastic blu-rays this month. You may not have heard about them, but you’ll want to see them.
If there’s anything that those working in post-production may dread more than anything, it’s a new media storage technology. Such leaps forward, VHS to DVD, DVD to Blu-Ray, and Blu-Ray to whatever comes next, usher in a boatload of opportunities for the middling quality of a film transfer to make
Berlin’s signature is all over this film and every single musical number. It’s like candy for my ears. This film shows that it’s not all glitz and glamor in showbiz, but there is a lot of real life going on behind the scenes.
While not a true Blu-ray set, I felt like this release was better reviewed together because of one reason: Alfred Hitchcock. These are some of his earlier films, and they hadn’t yet seen blu-ray release, and yet, there may not have been a major clamoring for them either. It’s true,
It might be easy to dismiss this concept as silly and not worth anyone’s time. Robots, and boxing. Boxing and robots. Yeah it’s just that silly, but you know what else? It’s got enough heart and is just as much as fun as any halfway decent sports film. Sports fans,