This is such a slow week for the Blu-ray format that I wouldn’t be surprised if most people haven’t even heard of many (or any) of the new releases. A few catalog titles might be worth a look, fortunately.
With stiff competition from the latest ‘Bourne’ installment, ‘Star Trek’ fell out of warp this weekend. While the new R-rated female-driven comedy held its own, Lionsgate’s millennial thriller fell short.
Just when the summer season typically starts slowing down, 2016 is moving forward at maximum warp. Up 30% year-over-year, it was a busy weekend at the box office.
The summer has been dominated by animated family films, magnificent horror movies, and sequels both good and bad. This weekend, all of the aforementioned are present.
A trip to IMDb or YouTube will quickly prove that ‘Lights Out’ was based on a short film, but you don’t really need to look that up to figure it out. Watching the movie should make that clear. It’s hinged on a simple horror premis...
We’ve lost another good show. Effective with tonight’s season finale, the FX boxing drama ‘Lights Out’ is down for the count.
I’ve learned by now to give any new drama on FX the benefit of the doubt. The network has had a pretty great track record, after all. Nevertheless, I passed by ‘Sons of Anarchy’ because I had no interest in the biker gang milieu. ...