Joker arrives on Blu-ray today, just as dark and downbeat as it was in theatres. And just as good.
For film buffs or all sorts, this year brought some very cool reissues of classic movies that deserve the souped-up treatment.
Hobbs & Shaw is the sort of movie you don’t need (or should want) to think too hard about. Instead, you sit back and revel in the extreme action.
John Carpenter’s Vampires is a unique entry in the director’s canon, and worth revisiting in its latest iteration.
Tim Murr hurls himself headlong into all kinds of 70s low-budget horror with Arrow Video’s ‘American Horror Project, Vols. 1 & 2.’
If this year has a golden boy, it’s got to be Keanu Reeves. John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum was a huge hit when it arrived in movie theaters this past summer
Apocalypse Now is my favourite movie of all time. In its original 1979 cut. In its 2001 Apocalypse Now: Redux cut. And now, in the Apocalypse Now: Final Cut edition.
‘The Reflecting Skin,’ a forgotten classic from the 1990s, is brought back to life in Film Movement’s stunning 2K restoration.
Arrow Video’s Blu-ray of ‘Alice, Sweet Alice’ reveals a Catholic horror movie of a different kind, eschewing demonic possession for madness and murder.
Arrow Video’s restored and extended cut of ‘Weird Science’ would be a tremendous addition to the library of any fan of 1980s cinema.
While The Curse of La Llorona is standard B-horror stuff, the bonus features on the Blu-ray add some intrigue to the tale.
Arrow Video digs out a forgotten horror movie from the 80s and, once you get past the silliness, ‘The Chill Factor’ is pretty good.