Hammer bends a familiar story to their creative will, establishing the studio's brand in The Revenge of Frankenstein.
A creative anime made for adults, Bartender explores the history of alcoholic beverages from across the globe with tender detail and emotive storytelling.
The latest Puppet Master movie, Blade: The Iron Cross, is only for the Full Moon faithful, a cheap b-movie made with no budget and little talent.
Conceptually fantastic, Fatman can't escape an overburdened script even as the casting works its magic.
Irreverent and funny satire about college life, Accepted features future stars Blake Lively and Jonah Hill.
Choosing to explore the tensions between Korea's borders through unlikely friendship, JSA ends in humanist tragedy.
Dodgers legend Vin Scully narrates this solid 2020 World Series documentary that saw the Dodgers win in six, recapping the pivotal moments of each game.
Wild, surreal, and wacky, Ultraman Taro provides enjoyable kid's escapism with the occasional message between monster brawls.
The second volume from Warner Archive collects 21 more hilarious cartoon shorts from animation genius Tex Avery's MGM catalog with so-so transfers.
Seemingly lost to time, The Freshman deserves a wider look for its clever, observant comedy with just enough charm to buy its quirks.
Campy and fine with it, Blind Fury's American spin on the Zatoichi series isn't deep, but content in playing with action movie tropes.
Dudley Moore saves the uneven body swap comedy Like Father Like Son, placing a teen's mindset into a stuffy hospital board room.