The period drama Dreamland is for Margot Robbie lovers hoping she lights up the screen. She doesn't.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
A killer with a blowtorch is overshadowed by his sinister lover in Hammer Studios' Maniac, a movie undone by the closing act.
Using his peak physical prowess, Buster Keaton takes advantage to completely fail at sports for laughs in the hilarious College.
A man and his cow, on a journey to find themselves. To think Go West makes that hilarious says much of Buster Keaton's mastery.
The storied franchise makes the leap to 3D CD animation with fantastic results in this big-budget theatrical movie, Lupin III: The First.
Ushering in the Hammer horror era, The Curse of Frankenstein is stellar on its own even when removed from its important legacy.
Small in scale yet hefty in tension, The Snorkel makes for a compelling back-and-forth murder thriller between father and daughter.
A unique bank heist thriller, Cash on Demand is less about the money than the two men involved including an impeccable Peter Cushing.
Atmosphere helps lift The Gorgon over its familiar and routine horror trappings, plus Peter Cushing alongside Christopher Lee.
Unfairly contrasted to Universal's original, Hammer's take on The Old Dark House is an original comic gem with a few missteps.
The Kevin Costner-led ranching drama/thriller Yellowstone continues its critically-acclaimed writing and acting.
While willingly stretching censorship limits from the time, The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll falls to its own cynical worldview.