LEGO Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom is another fun entry into the LEGO animated line with nice animation and good voice casting making for an all around entertaining flick serving as a good placeholder while we wait for LEGO Batman. The Blu-ray released by Warner Home Video offers solid video/audio transfers while the singular featurette is actually interesting.
Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh is certainly a weak sequel especially compared with the original; however, it’s still a functional entry into the series (not saying much considering the third is a wreck). The Blu-ray released by Shout Factory isn’t great but there’s a nice lengthy interview with Tony Todd and the commentary by Bill Condon is worth a listen. The audio/video transfers meanwhile are OK though nothing noteworthy.
While it’s nice to see four of these Prophecy movies in high-def, albeit they aren’t a significant upgrade over an upconverted DVD transfer, Echo Bridge failed to port over the second movie of the series and instead give fans an incomplete collection where two movies are acceptable thanks in large part to Christopher Walken and two where the vet actor doesn’t make an appearance which makes them less than thrilling viewing.