Posts Tagged ‘fantasy’
A dystopian look at love in the future, a Key & Peele feature comedy and an Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas biopic lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Before it came to a thudding halt, the rich world of “Highlander” — in all its bombast and bereavement — was, and still is, worth getting lost in for two hours.
Vin Diesel's latest falls into the same trap as many attempted fantasy-action franchises: too much darkness, not enough fun and not nearly enough imagination.
"Goosebumps" is a fun and entertaining ride through Nostalgia-ville, but the film never really truly feels like what the fans deserved.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's arrival as a fairytale filmmaker extraordinaire finds him, with a rapscallion's wit, pulling back the tent to welcome us inside his wild mind.
"Seventh Son," starring Jeff Bridges, is a serviceable sword-and-sorcery movie that offers just enough for genre fans.
Next up on Film on Vinyl's playlist is a double feature: "Hercules" and "Vikings."
If "The Lord of the Rings" was given a $100 budget and Peter Jackson jumped ship, the result would be "Curse of the Dragon Slayer."
Like all of Ray Bradbury's greatest works, it shines a harsh light on the true cost of shame, greed, vanity, anxiety and other very human fears.
After watching season 8 of "Supernatural," I believe that these wayward sons have been carrying on way too long.
It's the middle ground between wowing and worthless, between so great and so what. It is an area which we call "Twilight Zone: The Movie."
"The Odd Life of Timothy Green" is not so much odd as it is just boring. A blu ray stocking stuffer sure to be re-gifted this holiday season.
Austin hits two of the lowest lows and finds a few nice surprises that involve a fake Sherlock Holmes, criminal gardeners and a French monster.
The first season of ABC’s smash hit “Once Upon a Time” comes to Blu-ray, so you can relive every twist and turn over and over again.