Blu-ray Review: CORIOLANUS

Before him, he carries noise and behind him he leaves tears. Death, that dark spirit, in his nervy arm doth lie Which, being advanced, declines, and then men die. Some of Shakespeare’s most renowned plays have been adapted many times over and modernized re-imaginings are nothing new. Baz Lurhmann transported Romeo and Juliet to Miami…

Blu-ray Review: THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY

Australian director Jane Campion had been making short films for several years before feature-length debut in 1989 with Sweetie. It was 1993’s The Piano that shot her into the forefront. The Piano was a darling during awards season with Campion scoring an Oscar for Best Screenplay. Campion decided to follow that up with yet another…

Blu-ray Review: ANNA KARENINA

Joe Wright is no stranger to adapting literary classics. He made his feature film debut with a big screen version of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice. Wright followed that up with an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s Atonement, which was nominated for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay. After delving into sappy Hollywood territory with The…

Blu-ray Review: PROMISED LAND

Socially conscious dramas have long been a staple of Hollywood. Promised Land, written by stars Matt Damon and John Krasinski, is certainly attempting to evoke the classic works of Frank Capra along with Bill Forsyth’s Local Hero. The movie touches upon several hot button topics, but primarily focuses on hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” the controversial…

The terror continues in SINISTER 2 on DVD & Blu-ray Jan. 12

Universal City, California – Mysterious found footage reveals a series of gruesome murders in Sinister 2, the chilling sequel to the sleeper horror hit available on Digital HD on December 22, 2015, and on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on January 12, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The latest heart-stopping tale from series co-creators…

Eli Roth’s THE GREEN INFERNO arrives on DVD & Blu-ray Jan. 5

“THE GREEN INFERNO IS LIKE A GLORIOUS THROWBACK TO THE DRIVE-IN MOVIES OF MY YOUTH: BLOODY, GRIPPING, HARD TO WATCH, BUT YOU CAN’T LOOK AWAY” – Stephen King, @StephenKing Universal City, California – An international goodwill mission goes terrifyingly wrong in The Green Inferno, the highly anticipated return to classic cult horror from iconic director Eli Roth…