Dark Intruder isn’t anything special other than its history as a failed TV pilot released theatrically and now on Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Lorber and includes a few features along with solid video and audio transfers.
Stretch is a movie that unfortunately gone under the radar thanks to it going straight to streaming (before it routine) six years ago. Patrick Wilson is pitch-perfect in the lead and Chris Pine shows off his comedic prowess.
Tintorera was a disappointing film, looked like it could be a cheesy B-movie Jaws rip-off and while the poor dubbing can be funny, the rest was pretty boring and a chore to sit through even with the short 87-minute running time.
Fellini’s Casanova, while not something I liked a whole lot, and on the lengthy side at 2.5 hours, at least did have enough bizarre moments and characters that kept my attention just wondering what the hell I was watching.
The Ipcress File is worth checking out even with its slow pace as Michael Caine is magnanimous as Harry Palmer, showcasing his on-screen charisma. In addition, there are some striking stylistic moments and shots.
The Unwanted has some things going for it especially with its two relatively young actresses in Hannah Fierman and Christen Orr and although some work could’ve been done with the writing and in the editing room, there’s enough there that makes it worth at least a rental.