German Filmmaker Fritz Lang's exotic pulp adventure film, Tiger of Eschnapur, set in India, dazzles with thrilling set pieces.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
Elvis Presley's most capable dramatic performance headlines the entertaining musical drama, King Creole, from Michael Curtiz.
Studio TRIGGER delights the senses with an incredibly expressive, cel-shaded anime adventure Promare.
Kirsten Dunst plays a superb Marie Antoinette in this gorgeous costume drama outfitted with modern touches like a rock soundtrack and sympathetic storytelling.
Admire the spirit of a filmmaker trying to keep Japanese kaiju alive, but God Raiga vs King Ohga is otherwise unwatchable.
A hokey but entertaining serial from Hollywood's Golden Age, Jungle Queen features Nazis colliding with the Allies in Africa.
Patty McCormack stars as Mommy, willing to kill anyone in her way during these two cheesy b-movie thrillers from the 1990s.
One of television's great sitcoms, re-join Liz Lemon and crew again in 30 Rock's first Blu-ray release.
Glenn Danzig's directorial debut Verotika offers little more than some sultry thrills and cheap body horror, despite an atmosphere that rips off better Eurosleaze and sexploitation movies.
Pure in its '80s allure, Fatal Attraction uses New York's seedy backdrop for a moral tale of secrets, lust, and revenge.
A masterpiece of screen romance and intellectual satire, Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief is a marvelous example of screen foreplay.
The uneven coming-of-age character drama Unintended lacks the dramatic spark it needs.