A fine sequel trilogy to the original, Donten: Laughing Under The Cloud sees the possible return of Orochi.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
While concluding on a slew of almost incomprehensible fighting, Ultraman Geed's closing chapter respects culture and excels in creating personalities.
A brutal action epic about the origins of Rome filmed in Italy, The First King is stylishly directed with blood-soaked set pieces.
1917 isn't a film that revolutionizes war cinema with storytelling, but with technique that refuses to relent or offer a reprieve.
Painted with satire, VFW goes back to a cultural moment, digging up the Vietnam return sub-genre and placing it in a wildly fun modern setting.
A serviceable but not particularly engaging retrospective documentary on Bad Company that sees the three surviving members recall their early days.
Imperfect and existing only to exploit a trend, writing off Gappa ignores that it's trying to bring a sense of normalcy to a changing country.
Unrelenting in its pace and exhausting in its tension, Uncut Gems is an editing masterpiece much as it is a balanced allegory.
Ludicrously skewed and weakening any support for Richard Jewell's unfortunate story, Clint Eastwood ignores any nuance in bringing this to the screen.
Japanese director Takashi Miike's enthralling yakuza adventure, First Love, is packed with laughs and striking characters, reminiscent of Tarantino.
An uneven follow-up season for the superhero series from the DCU streaming platform, Titans features Deathstroke taking down the team.
Masked and Anonymous is a clever ode to Bob Dylan's career and legendary persona reflecting his tenuous relationship with the myths he's created over the years.