Quick Change uses Bill Murray's cynical side to perfection even if it lacks the pace needed to sell its escape movie comedy.
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One of Jackie Chan's many brilliant kung-fu spectacles, Drunken Master II's tale of British colonialism is a fun one, led by multiple fight scene spectacles.
Interesting for Karloff's performance and ambiguity, Isle of the Dead doesn't have the energy to make use of either.
Doctor X is moody if slow classic horror with a great finish to its science-based old dark house formula.
Conan meets Star Wars in the fun Saturday morning adventure show from Ruby-Spears, Thundarr.
Ushering in the Hammer horror era, The Curse of Frankenstein is stellar on its own even when removed from its important legacy.
The second volume from Warner Archive collects 21 more hilarious cartoon shorts from animation genius Tex Avery's MGM catalog with so-so transfers.
Another Saturday morning delight with silly musical fun, Josie and the Pussycats comes from Hanna-Barbera's peak in the late '60s and early '70s.
Space Ghost & Dino Boy finally defeat evil on Blu-ray in this lovely presentation of classic Saturday morning cartoon adventures.
Dated and not the forward-thinking parable it intended to be, Planet Earth comes across as high camp when viewed today.
Gene Roddenberry predicts a post-war future doomed to repeat lost history in Genesis II, but it's more ideas than sustained plotting.
The colorfully animated space comedy/adventure Final Space introduces the goofy Gary and his comedic sidekicks, a group of bizarre aliens and aliens.