Ziegfeld Girl debuts on Blu-ray courtesy of the Warner Archive Collection receiving a new video restoration and stars James Stewart, Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turner. The Blu-ray comes out June 7th.
Stunt Rock might’ve been an interesting idea on paper and admittedly Grant Page has a great personality to the point I wish this was a documentary on the man instead of mixing a fictionalized storyline.
Savage Sisters is a passable but pretty forgettable 1970s-era female-led action flick but Gloria Hendry, Sid Haig and John Ashley are highlights.
Love Slaves of the Amazons may have an eye-catching title (not to mention the lovely lady on the cover), but the movie itself is pretty bland and downright boring, a chore to sit through even with the short 81-minute running time.
Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse is the latest direct-to-video feature from DC animated, this one geared more toward a younger audience and fans of either property. The Blu-ray-DVD combo pack is available May 24th.
Double Indemnity is what is considered The Godfather of film noir. It’s a fantastic film through and through thanks to a tight and suspense-filled script from Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler and exceptional performances by MacMurray, Stanwyck and Robinson.
The Batman is a good film. Not great. I did like that Matt Reeves had a different and unique take on the character who has seen the big screen a handful of times dating back to 1989 and while there is room for improvement.
Two Men in Town comes to Blu-ray through Kino Lorber and Cohen Media Group, starring Forest Whitaker, Harvey Keitel, Luis Guzman and Ellen Burstyn.
The early 1980s produced many slashers in an attempt to take advantage of the successes of the Friday the 13th and Halloween franchises, and Girls Nite Out is one of them, however there’s nothing here I found all that entertaining.
Dark Night of the Scarcrow 2 is a sequel to the 1981 cult classic made-for-television movie and stars Amber Wedding, Adam Snyder, Carol Dines and Aiden Shurr and is out on Blu-ray and DVD May 10th
Clean comes to Blu-ray through RLJ and stars Adrien Brody (who also co-wrote), Glenn Fleshler, Richie Merritt, Chandler Ari DuPont, Mykelti Williams and RZA.
Cursed is a movie that had a far more fascinating production than the movie itself, which I found mildly watchable if only for Christina Ricci in the lead.
Treasure of the Four Crowns comes to Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Lorber Studio Classics presented in both BD3D Polorized and Anaglyphic (Red/Cyan) 3-D Versions and the 2-D Version.
Crash isn’t a movie I found all that great though my interest was mainly for some of the controversy and honestly as strange as the “plot” and characters were, it’s not that out of bounds at least nowadays.