Warner Bros. Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the fifth season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Warner Home Video has announced the dates for the late summer line-up of their TV on Blu-ray and DVD releases including: Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, Lucifer, The Originals, Riverdale, Supergirl, The Flash and Arrow. Click the link below or image to the left to check out features and Blu-ray artwork.
Elimination Game is a bad movie and I mean SyFy made-for-television bad. Dominic Purcell isn’t a great actor but he probably deserves better material than this. The production design is lousy and the plot, albeit a remake of a 1982 film entitled Turkey Shoot (the original title of this one), is a rehash of many others, often better films.
as if you needed further proof of Uwe Boll’s talent (or lack thereof), In the Name of the King 3 is yet another entry into his lackluster resume. But unlike some of his “finer” films, this is merely a generically bad movie with no redeeming value and not even bad enough to mock. Purcell looks utterly bored and turns in an uninspiring performance.
Ice Soldiers is a cheap and quick release from Sony, a movie that somehow got financing. The story is terrible, the acting bad except maybe for Ironside who is woefully underutilized, and it’s just an all around boring-ass movie whereupon I found more entertaining looking up at my ceiling than paying any attention to the plot.
Vikingdom isn’t a good movie, plain and simple. It’s cheaply done, the acting isn’t anything noteworthy and the story is half-baked. But worse of all, it’s just not that interesting of a movie on the whole and I couldn’t care less about anything or anybody. The DVD released by Epic has an OK amount of features while the audio/video is quite average.
Escapee is a half-baked and all around cheap shlocker with no scares, stilted dialogue, a terribly boring plot and amateurish direction. Dominic Purcell headlines but it’s obvious this was a favor for somebody in the production. The Blu-ray isn’t much better with only adequate lossless audio while the video transfer is at best subpar and the features are minimal, although not sure if a commentary was even necessary anyway.