The Hidden was quite the, well, gem, of a movie that I never really heard of, a film that was released in 1987 but got lost. My hope is with this Blu-ray release it’ll find some sort of bigger cult status as it is an incredibly fun flick.
Reign was never a show I could get into. As I mentioned previously, it is a glossy, CW-ized version of Game of Thrones (so basically no foul language, lewd sex scenes or graphic violence) but amongst the ‘tween crowd, they might eat up the cast and storylines.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the drama, Woodshock starring Kirsten Dunst, Joe Cole and Pilou Asbæk. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the action-thriller, Blood Money starring Ellar Coltrane, Willa Fitzgerald, Jacob Artist and John Cusack. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Although not a terrible movie, or at least as terrible as I feared, The House was a misfire of a project for the normally, box office while anyway, Will Ferrell and even though I did manage to laugh a time or two, it is an entirely forgettable movie.
Within is a slow-plodding suspense-horror film that takes a bit too much time to get going but the finale isn’t half bad though hardly saves it, yet this might be worthy of a rental, not much more than that.
It is quite the time we live in for media, even if the physical is on the decline, as now after decades where it lived only on the bootleg forum, we finally get to see Superman: The Movie – Extended Cut aka the TV Version, restored in HD and although I’ll be sticking with the other version.
I wasn’t the biggest fan of Land of the Dead when I saw it many years ago, but seeing it again now, I really enjoyed this entry within the Romero canon as the social commentary, albeit in your face, is present and there are characters one can actually care for.
Dawn of the Dead is one of only a few horror remakes that was any good (off the top of my head, The Thing and The Fly are others) and as Zack Snyder’s feature film debut it’s a solid start as this was quite entertaining even if the social commentary gives way to cool action.
Riverdale: The Complete First Season actually was far better than I expected even if some of the teen angst clichés are present, but the cast is mostly likeable with Camila Mendes probably being the standout of the bunch. I commend the writers for this compelling freshman season.
Friday Night Lights was a well done series even with a so-so sophomore season, but the acting was mostly top-notch from a then relatively unknown cast and seems to do a good job portraying just how big football is in Texas.
The Vietnam War is yet another amazingly detailed and fleshed out documentary from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick outlining the history of Vietnam from French colonial rule to what precipitated the United States’ participation and continued military involvement over the course of a decade.