The Dallas Connection is another Sidaris movie that doesn’t really stand out over the rest, though having recently also watched Enemy Gold, does have a more competent plot, take that for what it’s worth, and Julie Strain is beautiful as ever.
Trapped is an adequate enough thriller but nothing terribly notable outside of a nice cast headlined by Charlize Theron and Kevin Bacon. This is the third time, at least those in my collection, released by Mill Creek.
30 Rock is a hilarious show, probably the funniest one I’ve come across since Seinfeld and Frasier. The ensemble was pitch-perfectly cast headlined by Tina Fey and even Alec Baldwin, along with Jack McBrayer, Jane Krakowski and Tracy Morgan.
The Contractor/The Fan double feature Blu-ray release isn’t anything remarkable as these aren’t high-quality movies to begin with, however both films do have their moments and Wesley Snipes at least never felt like he was phoning it in.
Hard Hunted is pretty much in-line with the others in this series, especially the last couple, mostly that the cheesy and camp does not outweigh some of the duller moments that keeps it out of good-bad territory.
Return of Ultraman is another zany science fiction fantasy adventure series. There are some fun moments amongst the stilted dialogue and half-baked storytelling which, more often than not, culminate with Ultraman taking on the episode’s creature.
UltraSeven, the third series in the Ultraman franchise, and while this is not always my cup of tea, it still holds some entertainment value at least and plenty of funs as you watch men in goofy costumes fight amongst miniature buildings.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: The Complete Series might be barebones, but nice to see Mill Creek release this in high-definition and in nice packaging (similar to their other series releases like The Mandy Project).
When a Stranger Calls is an entertaining suspense-thriller featuring fine performances from lead actors Charles Durning and Carol Kane, and while this is a barebones release by Mill Creek, it is the right price point to pick up.