DVD Review: THE SARAH SILVERMAN PROGRAM – THE COMPLETE SERIES

Sarah Silverman’s brand of company won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. Her act is decidedly politically incorrect with jokes revolving around racist statements or her private parts. What really sets Silverman apart is her squeaky-voiced, innocent persona, which somehow makes her foul-mouthed routine adorable in its own way. The Sarah Silverman Program really allows Silverman…

DVD Review: DEATH RACE 2000

Has there been a name more synonymous with B-movies than Roger Corman? An impresario of cult classics, Corman has directed films like the original Little Shop of Horrors and The Raven, an excellent adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe story starring Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, and Peter Lorre from a script by I Am Legend…

Blu-ray Review: DREAM HOUSE

Dream House sure sounded like a dream project. At the helm was Jim Sheridan, the Academy Award nominated director of My Left Foot, In the Name of the Father and In America. The cast had serious star power with Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, and Naomi Watts in the lead roles. Yet, Dream House turned into…

Academy Award nominated BROOKLYN arrives on DVD & Blu-ray March 15

LOS ANGELES, CA – Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Fox Searchlight Pictures invite audiences to experience the highly acclaimed film BROOKLYN. Based on the best-selling novel the film tells the story about falling in love…and finding your way home and is nominated for three ACADEMY AWARDS including Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Performance…

Blu-ray Review: THE WORLD’S END

Shaun of the Dead is widely considered to be one of the best zombie movies of the modern era. Yet, it also works as a great romantic comedy that just happens to have zombies in it. Hot Fuzz wasn’t just a clever send-up of overblown action movies; it could also be enjoyed as a straight…

Blu-ray Review: SAFE HOUSE

During a pivotal sequence in Safe House, Denzel Washington’s character is subjected to waterboarding. Washington himself did multiple takes where he was given the controversial torture method for several seconds. Some snide film critics will suggest watching Safe House is akin to receiving the Guantanamo Bay treatment. No, Safe House is merely guilty of unremarkable…