Lost somewhere in the rolling hills of Tennessee, David R Perry can occasionally be found doing dark, unspeakable things to words. Printed words, spoken words, electronically mangled words... really any kind but twittered words.
If you're looking for strong 3D and can forgive sloppy storytelling, Flying Swords Of Dragon Gate is an easy recommendation.
Cinderella has received a stunning visual update, as well as a packed collection of bonus material.
It's fun, smart, and still a horror movie. That's a rare combination and reason enough to give this film a try.
The Game offers an almost pitch-perfect mystery thriller, but its best trick is weaving in some poignant food for thought.
A straight warts-and-all Blu-ray transfer, although with just enough visual upgrade to pass muster.
Despite its imperfections, The Aristocats is a quaintly charming ride and features some fantastic animation and voice acting.
A film with a lot going for it. I only wish I could recommend it as much as the book.
This classic of both French and world cinema receives a loving and exemplary restoration.
The 39 Steps is both an accomplished early work, and an important precursor to Hitchcock's later successes.
The timelessness of the story and picture, and a bevy of interesting bonus material, make for a rewarding release.