Don’t Breathe, a $9 million budgeted thriller which scared up over $147 million worldwide, hits Blu-ray and November 29 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Directed by Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead), the plot centers on three young thieves (Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto) who break into the Detroit home of [...]
Pete’s Dragon, a new version of Disney’s classic family film, hits Blu-ray, Digital HD, On-Demand, Disney Movies Anywhere and DVD November 29.
The picture centers on 10-year-old Pete (Oakes Fegley), who claims to be close friends with a dragon that no one else can see. Bryce Dallas [...]
Director Todd Phillips, best known The Hangover trilogy, continues his love for dude driven misadventure with War Dogs, an engaging tale which hits Blu-ray and DVD November 22nd via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
Based on the article “Arms and the Dudes,” a Rolling Stone piece penned by Guy Lawson, the [...]
Hell Or High Water, a film which will surely net Jeff Bridges another Oscar nomination, hits Blu-ray and DVD November 22nd via Lionsgate.
The crime-thriller centers on Toby (Chris Pine), a determined father who, along with his ex-con brother Tanner (Ben Foster) rob a collection of banks to pay for his family’s land. Bridges [...]
One of this year’s finest films, the heartbreaking and uplifting documentary Gleason (R, 110 minutes), hits DVD November 1 and digital October 25 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The project centers on Steve Gleason, a former New Orleans Saints defensive back who was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 34. Several weeks after receiving [...]
Jodie Foster has starred in her share of excellent thrillers (The Silence of the Lambs, Flightplan), and this year she directed the nail-biting thriller Money Monster, a creative venture which is blessed with a top notch script from Jamie Linden and an A-list cast (George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell). Paying a slight homage [...]
Now out on DVD, Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete Second Season does a complete about face from its first season and thankfully doesn’t rest on its creative laurels.
While the first season detailed visionary yet self-destructive exec Joe Macmillan’s (Lee Pace) attempt to build the ultimate computer with talented [...]
Now out on DVD, Guernica (R, 110 minutes, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) centers on Henry (James Darcy), a cynical American journalist living in l930 Spain. Covering the Spanish Civil War has taken a toll on his spirit, and now he’s more than happy to fabricate a story even if it ensures his own safety. Even [...]
Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski’s magnum opus Dekalog (although some would argue it’s his Colors trilogy), an ambitious 10-episode drama centering on the lives of housing complex residents in late-Communist Poland, has now been restored. Remembering the 20th anniversary of the director’s passing, Dekalog starts its theatrical run at New York’s IFC Center starting September 2nd [...]
Relatively ignored during its theatrical run, the underrated film The Family Fang marks Jason Bateman’s sophomore effort as a director, and it’s an even funnier film than his debut feature Bad Words.
Annie and Baxter Fang (Nicole Kidman, Jason Bateman) are [...]