A vivacious Ann-Margret and a stately John Forsythe star in this pulpy thriller about teen delinquency, which isn't a pure classic but is a fantastic guilty pleasure for many …
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
A tale of success, ego, and crude business, Disciples of Shaolin has fun between its dramatic high points.
The Netflix series Haunting of Bly Manor adapts a classic ghost tale with mixed success.
An intense, graphic indie prison thriller, Dark Blood stars John Leguizamo in a gritty performance.
A joyous, flawlessly done tone highlights the playful Dirty Ho.
A mostly engaging musical biopic from the Big Band era starring the The Fabulous Dorseys playing themselves.
While initially a playful marriage tale, Heroes of the East soon becomes an aggressively nationalist film favoring Hong Kong styles.
A mix of contemporary culture, fish-out-of-water comedy, crime, and kung-fu, Chinatown Kid is an entertaining Shaw Brothers offering.
The polarizing Harold and Maude's quirky romantic pairing has its moments but the topical humor hasn't aged well.
Conceptually clever, Crippled Avengers follows the kung-fu formula of revenge and righteousness, albeit with an enjoyable twist.
As a kung-fu fairy tale, The Five Venoms plays with the genre in unique ways, if stifled by meandering political and judicial corruption.
The star-driven Splitting Heir's funniest bits are provided by John Cleese and Barbara Hershey but laughs are few.