Giant mutated animals are no match for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in RAMPAGE on DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D & 4K Ultra HD July 17

Watch an unshakeable bond form between an extraordinarily intelligent gorilla and noteworthy primatologist when “Rampage” arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD July 17th. Global icon Dwayne Johnson headlines the action adventure “Rampage,” directed by Brad Peyton.  Read on below to find out more details in regards to…

When giant monsters run loose in the city, only The Rock can stop them in the latest trailer for RAMPAGE

Global megastar Dwayne Johnson headlines the action adventure “Rampage,” directed by Brad Peyton. Primatologist Davis Okoye (Johnson), a man who keeps people at a distance, shares an unshakable bond with George, the extraordinarily intelligent, silverback gorilla who has been in his care since birth. But a rogue genetic experiment gone awry mutates this gentle ape…

Blu-ray Review: WANDERLUST

Wanderlust is the latest comedy to come out of the Judd Apatow factory. It was directed by David Wain and reunites him with several members of the sketch comedy show, The State, including Ken Marino, who co-wrote the screenplay with him. Wain’s first feature film was 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer, a cult classic that…

Blu-ray Review: CATCH .44

Catch .44 is proudly advertised as a film done in “the tradition of The Usual Suspects and Pulp Fiction.” These were two of the most critically acclaimed films to come out of the mid-90’s. The only thing Catch .44 has in common with them is that it feels like a movie that might have been…

Movie Review: WATCHMEN

”For this is the soul’s secret: only when the hero has abandoned it, then only approach it in dreams – the superhero.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra I never thought I’d see the day when the feature film version of Watchmen would finally hit the screen, let alone see anything Watchmen related outside the comic book shop. Now, you can…

Blu-ray Review: HAPPYTHANKYOUMOREPLEASE

The last few years have seen a rise in the so-called mumblecore movement, a brand of low-budget independent film marked by character-driven stories about twentysomethings in a post-collegiate malaise. Happythankyoumoreplease isn’t mumblecore. It belongs to mumblecore’s big brother, hipstercore, a term I haven’t seen used in conjunction with cinema. It is certainly apropos for a…