Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown is a strange, off-beat trip to France that sidelines several important characters for little gain.
Author: Christopher Zabel
Christopher Zabel has moderated the AVSForum's Blu-ray Picture Quality Tiers for the last decade. A videophile with a real passion for classic genre films and quality filmmaking, favorite films include Fight Club and 2001: A Space Odyssey. A believer in physical media, his ever-growing movie collection is beginning to threaten the space-time continuum with its gravity well.
A wonderful Peanuts movie from the 70s, Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown stars the whole gang entering a raft river race up against bullies.
One of Hollywood's classic musicals, My Fair Lady features impeccable performances by Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.
Rough around the edges, the dystopian Mad Max-inspired thriller Scavenger succeeds with brutal visuals and a nasty tone.
Spare Parts' gory premise falls apart for a variety of reasons despite a few cool visuals.
Legend of Hei is a rich, enchanting animated fantasy tale from China in the mold of Studio Ghibli.
DC's Golden Age characters receive the spotlight in the epic time-travel adventure Justice Society that sees the heroes battling Nazis and more dangerous threats.
The Korean box-office winner Deliver Us from Evil produces bloody violence and crowd-pleasing action as two popular stars duke it out.
Block Part is a warm, celebratory documentary hosted by Dave Chappelle goofing it up for the camera with a great concert line-up of star rappers.
Death Has Blue Eyes is a taut paranormal thriller from filmmaker Nico Mastorakis that grabs you with interesting twists and sexy action.
Conan meets Star Wars in the fun Saturday morning adventure show from Ruby-Spears, Thundarr.
Veteran documentary filmmaker Brewer puts together an expansive Chuck Berry retrospective with a cadre of famous musicians and Berry's own family.