Tag: RLJ entertainment

Trick Blu-ray Review

Experienced genre director Patrick Lussier crafts an immensely fun thrill-ride with an interesting new villain in Trick.

Gwen Blu-ray Review

Slow British Folk Horror A Shudder original that uneasily flirts between depressing period drama and British folk horror, director William McGregor’s Gwen is a bleak tale that will test …

Patrick Melrose Blu-ray Review

Benedict Cumberbatch’s Most Extraordinary Acting British high society and its decadent aristocracy go under the knife in Patrick Melrose. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, the opulent production adapts a series of …

Humans 3.0 Blu-ray Review

Conscious Robots Fight Back Is humanity ready for the coming Singularity? Speculated on by futurists everywhere, how will mankind cope when AI becomes self-aware and conscious? All hail our …

Galveston 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

In the Heart of Texas The sun barely shines in Galveston. It’s as physically dark as it is metaphorically. An aging mob hitman, a teenage hooker, and a three …

Picnic At Hanging Rock Blu-ray Review

Natalie Dormer’s Deepest Role Game of Thrones’ star Natalie Dormer leads a strong ensemble cast in Picnic At Hanging Rock, the latest re-imagining of the acclaimed Australian novel. Picnic …

Ride Blu-ray Review

Bella Thorne In An Uber Thriller A struggling actor in L.A. moonlights as a driver for a ride-sharing app. One night will spiral out of control when he picks …

Beyond The Sky Blu-ray Review

More Aliens Land In Roswell Alien abductions have been a part of science fiction films for decades. From Fire In The Sky to Steven Spielberg’s Taken mini-series, they’ve ranged …

Mandy Blu-ray Review

You Came and You Gave MTV debuted in 1981. Mandy takes place in 1983. By Mandy’s account then, it was two years until a 24/7 cycle of Black Sabbath …

Arizona 4K UHD/Blu-ray Review

Brittle Satire Danny McBride is meant to play an idiot in Arizona. Set at the beginning of the recession, McBride is turned into an American consumer satire, an SUV-driving, …