Christine is a John Carpenter movie, completed just after The Thing, which is considered by some to be his best film. He needed a hit, and he was offered a Steven King book at a time when you couldn't get a bigger name—but Carpenter still got his name above the titles, which a contact thing … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Christine
Them! may not be the best sci-fi monster movie to come out of the Red Scare in the '50s but it's certainly the most iconic. The poster alone has become one of the best-known film posters of the 20th Century, and it was lovingly parodied by Joe Dante in his film Matinee, where it was the inspiration … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Them!
52 Pick-Up is considered a small highlight of John Frankenheimer’s ‘80s period, an era that wasn't kind to him due to his alcoholism at the time. It’s also one of the very few Cannon films that is of note (the best being weirdly John Cassavetes' masterpiece Love Streams), and the first Elmore Leonard adaptation to … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – 52 Pick-Up
Holy Smokes we’re giving you the chance to return to the 1960’s ay (including exclusive art card), Blu-ray & DVD November 7. It’s back to the 1960s as Batman and Robin spring into action when Gotham City is threatened by Batman’s most-evil opponents – The Penguin, The Joker, Riddler and Catwoman. The four Super-Villains have … Continue reading WIN BATMAN: RETURN OF THE CAPED CRUSADERS ON BLU-RAY™ – ON DIGITAL DOWNLOAD OCTOBER 24 & ON BLU-RAY & DVD NOVEMBER 7
Edward Bunker spent his early life in and out of prison until getting released for the last time in 1975. He would become a writer and publish his first novel No Beast So Fierce in 1973 which was later adapted into the film Straight Time starring Dustin Hoffman. It remains Dustin Hoffman's finest performance and the … Continue reading LFF Review – Dog Eat Dog