A Woman of Affairs was technically based on the novel “The Green Hat” but due to censorship, the story was changed so much it apparently bared little resemblance (kind of makes me wonder if the book might be due for a new adaptation).
London Fields bar none is one of the worst films I’ve come across in the last few years with a terrible screenplay unaided by either stilted acting from the likes of Thornton and Heard to Sturgess chewing the hell out of every scene he was in.
Roy Rogers was way before my time and as someone who never was interested in westerns, I never sought out his movies but this Happy Trails Collection is a fun set even if the product itself including the audio and video transfers were on the poorer side.
The No Tell Motel set is another budget release from Mill Creek and outside maybe Vacancy, are not very good movies, but if you enjoy these types of movies then it might be worth picking up in the sub $10 range.
Scooby-Doo and the Curse of the 13th Ghost was an okay movie that at least did make be chuckle a few times and I did enjoy the connection with the old 1985-86 series, The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo which was pretty cool.
WWII: Behind the Front Lines of the War That Shook the World might not be the best documentary sets out there about the war, yet there is some great information to glean from this and it utilized the archival footage quite nicely.
This is a decent collection of Robin Hood films dating from 1946 through 1960 and any fan of the character and of these older films will find this collection a worthy pick-up especially at $15 which means about $8 on Amazon or in stores.
Chillers is a fun version TV safe version of Tales from the Crypt or The Twilight Zone and having the legendary Anthony Perkins hosting was perfect. This DVD release offers up so-so video/audio transfers and no bonus material.