Inglourious Basterds, the latest film from writer/director Quentin Tarantino, follows a team of Jewish Nazi hunters.
Tarantino's latest comes to Blu-ray. It looks and sounds fantastic, but is it worth your two-and-a-half hours?
A quirky look at fraternal lodges
Enzo Castellari’s Italian masterpiece hits Blu-ray courtesy of Severin Films.
Nice collection of songs, again. Tarantino always has great soundtracks.
A technically impressive and bonus-filled Blu-ray make this edition of "Hot Fuzz" the one to own.
Severin Films’ first Blu-ray reintroduces the once-forgotten B-movie war flick.
Rock and roll doesn't need marketing.
Wonderful film. The two and a half hours fly by.
Quentin Tarantino once again displays his penchant for writing dialog. Unfortunately he also displays his inability to make edits.