Mallrats has found a new audience over the past 20+ years with home video media, and myself enjoyed it a bit more) and now 2.5 decades later, manages to get a complete Blu-ray release with a few new features and an upgraded video transfer.
Fury isn’t the best war drama around, not even in the top 5, but it’s still well made and features a great cast, with Brad Pitt delivering a fine performance (one of his best in some time), that elevates the writing while Ayer’s direction keeps the pacing just right.
White Fire had all the hallmarks of being one of those good-bad action movies from the 1980s and while it had its moments, Ginty fights off some goons with a chainsaw, but the last two-thirds were rather dull.
Warning from Space(a.k.a. Spacemen Appear in Tokyo) comes to Blu-ray from Arrow Video (released on 10/13) and comes with a select-scene commentary, American version of the film, trailers and a gallery.
Pitch Black is a movie I just could not get in to, be it the sloppy/choppy quick editing, weird image stretching effects that were overly employed in the 1990s or the thin story and characters, it’s a film that has garnered plenty of fans.
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.