Thir13en Ghosts isn’t a great supernatural horror-thriller though the titular ghosts at least had some interesting make-up effects, a few akin to something out of Hellraiser and the production design was rather good.
Legion of Super Heroes: The Complete Series is a show that only lasted two seasons from nearly 15 years ago, so I can be forgiven for not ever heard of it before. However, it’s a fun enough time for most ages though I’m not a big fan of the animation style.
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark is a fun, silly fantasy-comedy that any fan of the character will probably eat up, however myself, I never grew up watching her so I don’t have the same love for the character compared with most around my age.
The Wind, starring Meg Foster, Wings Hauser and David McCallum arrived on Blu-ray through Arrow Video back in April and includes a new interview with the director and the complete score composed in part by Hans Zimmer.
Sixteen Candles is another home-run from John Hughes, further proving his amazing influence on the 1980s that still resonates to this day. This Blu-ray release from Arrow Video offers up great video and audio transfers to go along with some good bonus material.
Impractical Jokers is an incredibly funny show throughout its eight seasons and this movie has its moments and a few of the challenges had me laughing though the scripted segments felt like the filler.
Braveheart is one hell of a film with a powerful performance from Mel Gibson, even when his Scottish accent wasn’t always the best. Beyond that, his direction was well done with some great choreographed battle scenes.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the latest Scooby-Doo movie starring the voice talents of Will Forte, Mark Wahlberg and more. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.