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Category: Blu-ray Reviews
Although Mel Brooks refined his comedy style in time, The Producers is still one of the most inspired film comedies ever made.
An interesting peak at the stresses of indie filmmaking, Clapboard Jungle works even as it becomes a documentary tutorial in the back half.
Graphic with some of the most disturbing material ever committed to screen, the notorious Serbian Film is a grueling test for audiences.
A relentless dark satire about Japans post-war recovery, Giants and Toys exposes the influence of western business into the society.
The Mortuary Collection is a delightfully wicked and fun horror anthology with sharp writing and unforgettable fright pieces.
A vibrant lead performance by Charlotte Kirk and nasty torture sequences don't make up for The Reckoning's half-baked screenplay.
Cecil B. DeMille creates a vivid portrait of circus life during its glory days in The Greatest Show on Earth.
A space alien disembowels people throughout Nightbeast, which is the closest this one comes to a storyline.
An oddity in the kaiju genre, War of the God Monsters isn't much for action given it's all stock footage, but there is a satisfying family drama inside.
Dark Web: Cicada 3301 decides early on it's not a pure thriller
A cult masterpiece from Japanese director Teruo Ishii, Shogun's Joy of Torture explores the darker side of punishment during the Edo period.