The Dog Doc is a touching but one-sided portrayal of a controversial veterinary practice that embraces expensive alternative treatments
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
An intimate, personal portrayal of esteemed composer and musician, Ryuichi Sakamoto: CODA delves into more than just his musical accomplishments.
Pauly Shore costs this Pauly Shore movie in the end, leaving Beach House's best moments to thrive when he's not around.
An animated dog movie from Europe, Marona's Fantastic Tale offers unique animation and a simple life-affirming message.
While lacking in story or character depth, DeepStar Six nicely mixes the underwater disaster and creature feature genre.
Star Trek lifers and casual fans should both enjoy this engaging documentary, The Captains Collection, featuring William Shatner.
Always on the move, Short History of the Long Road sports a perfect title as it follows a young woman looking for her identity.
Laying an Egg There’s one solid, memorable, and potent gag in Jack and Beanstalk. Utterly incompetent Jack (Bud Abbott) meets a horse-riding Prince in the forest who asks if …
Even the great Joe Bob Briggs can't save the horror-comedy anthology Scare Package, made for Shudder.
Environmentalism enters space in Silent Running, a film never shy about its point of view or its theme's importance.
Powerful and fresh cult thriller Welcome to the Circle takes indoctrination to the next level with gripping suspense and memorable characters.
A clean, speedy, and concise story helps Ultraman R/B stand out for more than its wild (even creative) action set pieces.