Unusually bland and hollow in its first half, Black Widow finds substance by the end but by then, it's already lost its way and purpose.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
A ruthless and memorably effective Danish thriller The Ringmaster explores voyeurism and violence via streaming torture porn. Highly recommended for fans of international horror.
Irish teenagers fall into troubling behavior in this stylish and well-acted coming-of-age film We Are the Young Men.
Feed the Gods is sitting on potentially interesting lore, but an uneven tone and dreary pacing leave the material flat.
A post-war farce set in Berlin starring David Bowie, Just a Gigolo has Marlene Dietrich's last film role in a curious mess.
Copycat cinema in the extreme, Another 48 Hrs follows the same plot beats as the first, but with busier action and less aesthetic nuance.
A softened documentary on Cannon Films, Go-Go Boys skirts the serious drama involved in the studio's history, but provides a glossy overview that plays like cliff notes.
Walter Hill's steady directorial hand adds a distinctly crass, grounded tone to 48 Hrs, but time has sapped its comedic energy.
Who is Harry Nilsson? is an essential, star-studded documentary that delves into the life and career of the acclaimed singer-songwriter.
Last Train from Gun Hill is a taut, suspenseful Western from director John Sturges with Kirk Douglas.
Kindred is a boring, witless and mostly contrived "thriller" about a pregnant woman held against her will.
While Camino is capable in driving consistent tension around its journalist protagonist. it's hampered by indifferent, cliche stereotypes and crude political stands.