Although using a few interesting story angles, Ghost Ship succumbs to a generic formula after an incredibly brutal and memorable opening.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
Honest and only slightly exaggerated, Brutal Massacre successfully spoofs low budget filmmaking, and it's enough to root for the fictional crew.
Great cast and intriguing historical setting give Five Corners a chance, but it's let down by sagging pacing and odd tone.
Enter the Forbidden City explores the Peking Opera's historical origins through an opulent costume drama.
Surreal, engaging, and philosophical, Coma's creativity designs action around any possibility while debating life's reality.
Cutting-edge theatrical anime from Studio 4°C, Children of the Sea provides more flash than substance in this faithful but limp manga adaptation.
Visibly digital lions kill people throughout Rogue, a movie trying to convince people to stop killing lions.
While far too nice to meet the current political moment, Irresistible still finds laughs in skewering the DC mentality.
Director Makoto Shinkai delivers another compelling teen fantasy romance in Weathering with You, though the impact is lessened this second time around.
Rutger Hauer commands Split Second, a moody sci-fi horror feature with enough comedy to keep things lightened.
Rife with nostalgia, tropes, and sleepy storyline, Max Reload still finds a little energy in approaching videogames through their culture.
Knocking off better films and dismissing Hong Kong cinema's progress, Bloodfight tries to win an audience with action, but it's not enough.