The Street Fighter Collection is a decent introduction to the martial arts genre and while none of them are truly ‘good’, I did find the first movie to be a lot of fun, the third one being so-so while the sequel was rather dull.
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).
Strip Nude for Your Killer was if anything dull and not very engaging, though at least lead actress Edwige Fenech was a lot of fun. It has its moments, however and might be worth taking a chance, just know you’re not getting classic giallo.
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.
I wasn’t as big of a fan of Audition as some and don’t consider top-tier in the J-horror sub-genre mainly due to the surreal nature of the second half but the performances from the two leads were great.
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.
Kalifornia is one hell of a road trip of a movie that excels thanks two amazing performances from Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis, and if this film had found any traction, Pitt at the very least should’ve gotten an Oscar nomination.