Emma is a nice little Victorian-era drama and the latest Jane Austen adaptation. I don’t know how it compares with others but found this mostly entertaining and engaging due largely to Anya Taylor-Joy.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the latest Scooby-Doo movie starring the voice talents of Will Forte, Mark Wahlberg and more. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
The Ten Commandments Blu-ray from Paramount now comes in Digibook form and has both the 1923 and 1956 feature films, and though they are the same discs, at a discounted price, and if not already owned, worth picking up.
The Gallows Act II might be a slight step up from the first film if only because it’s a traditionally shot film versus the found footage style, but the story still isn’t the best and the acting mostly subpar (though I did like Ema Horvath in the lead).
Scooby-Doo: Return to Zombie Island is yet another fine direct-to-video movie that really doesn’t stand out all that much from the others at this point, but being only 80-minutes, does make for a quick viewing.
The New Scooby-Doo Movies: The (Almost) Complete Collection is a great set from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, a must for any big Scooby-Doo fans as you get the long-awaited lost episodes… save for one unfortunately.
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.
Sarah T.: Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic is actually not a half bad little drama from 1975, one which has garnered a modest following over the years and the long wait is over as Shout Factory gives it its home video debut.