Blu-Ray Reviews Category

Wish Upon, a horror-thriller headlined by Joey King and Ryan Phillippe (Shooter), hits Blu-ray and DVD on October 10.

Directed by Annabelle filmmaker John Leonetti, Wish Upon centers on Clare (King), a teenager who has all her wishes come true after her hoarder dad (Phillippe) purchases a mysterious music box. Unfortunately these wishes have violent consequences, [...]


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With such films as Suicide Squad, Terminator Genisys, and Jack Reacher under his belt, Jai Courtney has delivered high profile supporting role performances. With The Exception Courtney takes the lead, and this World War II set thriller doesn’t disappoint.

Captain Stefan Brandt (Courtney) is a German officer who’s haunted by a past tragedy, [...]


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Director Ben Wheatley is blessed with an A-list cast in Free Fire, and with Martin Scorsese on board as an executive producer, the gun crazy, shootout driven movie seems like a can’t miss.

Running a brisk 90 minutes, the feature centers on Justine (Brie Larson), an American business woman who arranges a black-market [...]


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Director Walter Hill (The Warriors, Streets of Fire, A Bullet To The Head) has a passion for B-level, genre filmmaking, and his latest film The Assignment follows that aesthetic. Filled with graphic novel and pulp noir flourishes, the film is a solid action thriller from one of Hollywood’s top craftsman.

Hit man Frank [...]


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The Salesman, Oscar winner for Best Foreign Language Film, is yet another gripping and acclaimed story from director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Past). The storyline centers on Emad (Shahab Hosseini) and Rana (Taraneh Alidootsi), a couple whose life in Tehran takes a turn for the worse after Rana is the victim of a [...]


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Hulu’s new series The Handmaid’s Tale, based on Margaret Atwood’s bestselling novel and headlined by Elisabeth Moss, is receiving a slew of excellent reviews. With that project debuting April 26, viewers can also check out the 1990 film which was released [...]


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Shia LaBeouf delivers one of his finest performances early in his career in A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, and now he reteams with Guide director Dito Montiel in the war drama Man Down.

The story centers on Gabriel Drummer (LaBeouf), a U.S. Marine who is finding it hard to adjust to civilian [...]


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An even bigger spotlight is being shone to Moonlight thanks to its Oscar win for Best Picture, and the film’s recent Blu-ray release provides cinephiles with a deeper look at director Barry Jenkins.

Set during three stages of a young black man’s life, Moonlight is a coming of age story that’s rarely seen in cinema. [...]


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It would be absolutely impossible to top the 2003 Christmas classic Bad Santa, and maybe that’s why Bad Santa 2 received a lukewarm response when it hit theaters. That being said, watching bumbling crook Willie Soke (Thornton) team up with his consistently angry sidekick Marcus (Tony Cox) for another preposterous caper is definitely worth watching. [...]


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The Monster, a nail-biting thriller and coming of age story directed by Bryan Bertino (The Strangers), was one of last year’s overlooked films. Featuring first rate performances from Zoe Kazan (Olivia Kitteridge) and Ella Ballantine (Anne of the Green Gables), this Ottawa shot production should have you on the edge of your seat.

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