Posts Tagged ‘dvd review’
The latest sequels to "Magic Mike" and "Insidious," the documentary "Batkid Begins" and a "Poltergeist" remake lead this week's Blu-ray & DVD releases.
The romantic drama of "The Age of Adaline," the second season of "The Goldbergs" and a Blu-ray edition of "Dressed to Kill" make up this week's new releases.
The fifth season of AMC's hit series, an Edward Snowden documentary and the foreign drama "Two Days, One Night" make up this week's Blu-ray and DVD releases.
A woeful buddy comedy, the horror film "Unfriended" and the first season of Clive Owen's Cinemax series "The Knick" make up the latest Blu-ray & DVD releases.
"While We're Young" is a surprisingly rich film about living life, dealing with the inevitability of age and, by proxy, death.
The third in this found-footage series of horror films missteps badly; is it out of ammo, or does it just need to reload?
In one of the worst romcoms in recent memory, "Playing for Keeps" proves that Pee Wee soccer, not nightclubs, is where it's at for single men seeking love.
A flawed but entertaining addition to the John Hillcoat-Nick Cave canon, and a good gangster film.
The Cabin in the Woods is a fast-paced thriller about a couple of teens on a remote vacation who are brutally massacred by a family of zombie farmers. Sound familiar? That’s the charm of “Cabin.” As the tagline, “You Think You Know the Story” suggests, there’s a bit more to the tale than the standard […]
"Singin' in the Rain" is often called the greatest musical of all time. Who am I to disagree?
The "Community" star continues an impressive career with a strong hourlong stand-up special.
A likable enough sex comedy that could have used a bit more raunch and imagination.