Silent Fall holds some merit as an isolated murder mystery, but it's utterly deflated by a ridiculous, implausible twist.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
There was a time when Mallrats made sense, but only serves to expose toxic thinking that doesn't help the culture it supports.
Thomas the Tank Engine roars to life in Thomas and the Magic Railroad with Alec Baldwin and Peter Fonda lending a hand.
Of historical interest, Warning from Space offers a few moments worth seeing, but it's mostly a slow, sluggish sci-fi drama.
Using a killer robot movie's framework, Automation uses that to explore real world fears over lost jobs and a changing workplace.
A long but rewarding documentary on the Swans and Michael Gira, featuring unseen archival clips and new interviews with key members.
A young Jeremy Renner gives a powerful performance as the psychotic Jeffrey Dahmer, one of America's most notorious serial killers.
A look at pro wrestling through the eyes of star Vampiro, Nail in the Coffin tears down an industry by focusing on a man who can't leave it.
An interesting premise driven by a superhuman killer and fresh anime visuals mark Kazuto Nakazawa's dark criminal thriller B: The Beginning.
School shooters reap what they sow in the trippy Dead Ones, an indie that has nice special effects but a muddled screenplay.
Kevin James takes on a brutal villain's role in Becky, a film willing to ask what happens when society forces kids to grow up too fast.
Simple and charming, Driveways focuses its story on regrets, using the time we have left, and bringing people together.