In a move seemingly designed expressly to cater to fans of the How Did This Get Made? podcast, Mill Creek Entertainment recently released B-movie auteur Andy Sidaris’ 1987 action classic Hard Ticket to Hawaii on Blu-ray. In a just...
The Blu-ray scene kind of fell to pieces the last couple weeks without any major new movies on disc. This week begins to rebuild with a recent box office hit that looks pretty fun.
It would be difficult to make a boring documentary about Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the world’s most famous sex therapist. Even with that in mind, Ask Dr. Ruth takes her fascinating life and brings it context.
Wow! This newly-discovered cave drawing proves that ancient man once co-existed with dinosaurs. And, thanks to that meteor soaring through the sky right now, history’s about to repeat itself.
The news coverage would have you believe that physical media is already dead, and sometimes it feels like the whole world has moved to streaming. Yet movies – a lot of them – keep getting released on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4k Ultra HD ...
Don’t let the lack of major new Blu-rays this week stress you out. Take a deep breath and center yourself. Repeat after me: It’s going to be all right… all right… all… right…
Laughs, thrills, drama, and a doppelgänger, too! The Whole Town’s Talking has got it all, and this early gem from director John Ford and actor Edward G. Robinson will surely have you crowing as well.
I hope the Easter Bunny brought you a lot of good candy over the holiday weekend, because he didn’t bring many new movies on Blu-ray. Thankfully, some of the week’s catalog titles and 4k upgrades look promising.
Once again, alcohol saves the day!
You can’t keep a good bug down. Amazon’s goofy superhero comedy The Tick has returned for a second season that, in some respects, improves over the first.
The quintessential hooker with a heart of gold, Irma la Douce is a captivating character, and the film that bears her name – directed by comic maestro Billy Wilder – is often charming, warm, and clever. It’s also very long.
Netflix’s Thriller takes the typical teen slasher and puts it in Compton. Unfortunately, moving the location to one rarely shown in genre film is not enough to save the movie from itself.