The Ks are here! The Ks are here! The 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray format officially launches this week. If that doesn’t interest you, don’t worry. Regular Blu-ray gets some noteworthy releases too.
Welcome to 2016! Let’s start off the brand new year with a brand new slate of Blu-ray releases that, surprisingly, might even have a few interesting titles to consider.
Hey, hey, hey! We can now measure all the time left in 2015 by hours. That means the year is mercifully almost over! As a result, it’s time for end-of-the-year wrap up articles. Yes, a chance for us all to look back and rate the t...
Last week’s reigning champions continued their successful runs. Meanwhile, no amount of pixie dust could save this weekend’s two biggest new movies.
As expected, Ridley Scott’s science-fiction disaster flick took the top spot at the box office, but that wasn’t the weekend’s only success story.
Ridley Scott’s highly anticipated sci-fi survival movie is technically the only new wide release of the week, but the nationwide expansion of Emily Blunt’s gritty cartel-busting film hopes to steal away an audience of its own.
Bleak, vicious and unrelenting, ‘Sicario’ is a Hollywood thriller by which all other entries in the genre should be measured this year. It’s proof that artful, socially conscious films can still qualify as mainstream entertainment...
In an all-around successful weekend, both Adam Sandler’s animated sequel and Nancy Meyers’ new film opened to solid numbers, alongside the expansions of some films that did well in limited release.
September continues to be surprisingly busy for movies this year. This weekend brings three new nationwide releases, one nationwide expansion, one new notable limited release, and one limited expansion.
Although highly congested, this weekend ended up being a very successful one for most of the new movies that opened.
The first weeks of September were rather dull, but this weekend is jam-packed with buzzed-about new releases. It appears that Oscar season just might be unraveling before us earlier than usual.
A brutal, brilliant and culturally relevant thriller, Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Sicario’ announces itself with a punch to the gut of cinematic bravado. Roger Deakins’ evocative and immaculate camerawork pulls the audience toward a drug ...