The 47 Ronin story is a daring Asian tale of revenge, bravery, and sacrifice, somehow tortured by Westernized Hollywood into this mythical escapism
Note: Arrow’s Region B locked Blu-ray of Blind Woman’s Curse is available from their website. Blind Woman’s Curse is an interesting Japanese film from 1970. It goes by a number of different names in Eng...
Purcell's career deserves better than this lackluster mash-up of medieval fantasy and Euro thriller.
For its opening breeziness, Desolation still turns into a screen hog, if not to overflowing capacity.
Ignore the idea that The Killers might possibly be a lesser movie because it was made for American television.
Small town scum provide enough antagonistic clearance for Jason Statham to slam their heads through glass without repercussions in Homefront.
Skies fall, British locations are crushed, and Nine Realms are saved... even if we only see three.
The Grandmaster is a martial arts movie more akin to ballet than UFC match, a stunning tour de force of poetic movement that raises the bar for the entire genre.
A big hit at the box office in 1962, the sword-and-sandal mini-epic holds up reasonably well.
The storyline is ridiculous but Piper is a natural actor, exuding charisma and a certain magnetism in the heroic action role.
Sea of Monsters is engorging on its computer rendered designs while forgetting to anchor any of this down tight.
John Carpenter and Kurt Russell teamed up for several classic films in the 1980s. Big Trouble In Little China was a box office failure upon release, blamed on studio interference. Years of success on home video and telev...