This 4-disc Blu-ray reissue of the classic Hellraiser films is everything fans could want, and then some. Hard to believe the original was released back in 1987, right?
A Quiet Place is full of nail-biting, nerve-tingling tension. The perfect combo for a horror film.
By the end of the documentary each artist and the cause of their untimely death sparks an undeniable connection.
All in all, if you are a fan of Vanilla Fudge, this is a worthwhile purchase.
Tonya Harding isn't so much famous as she is infamous and I, Tonya is a biopic that's as bold and bruising as Harding herself.
Call Me By Your Name truly excels by taking a very simple concept and giving it great emotional depth.
It's no wonder Gary Oldman has already won "Best Actor" at the Golden Globes because this is a plum performance after an already storied career.
It's an emotionally-charged story that dives head first into how the band dealt with their final tour after lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.
Del Toro has magnificently managed to push his signature style into new creative territory with The Shape of Water, by making a cinematic love letter to old school Hollywood and gothic romance.
It's a bittersweet swan song from a cherished Canadian band that's as iconic to us as they are respected, but a beautiful send-off nonetheless.
Inside Metal is a well-researched documentary, as it goes straight to the source to get the overall story of L.A. thrash.
Ultimately, the film is a great message to anyone who wants to be creative.
It delivers a tale of good and evil, but this particular instalment doesn't deal in ANY clear-cut heroes and villains.
If this is Greta Gerwig finding her legs behind the camera, let her run like the wind, because Lady Bird is a winner.
"Having no idea where everything was going" was the very reason I liked the original Twin Peaks run. Go into this series for what it is, 18 episodes of new footage filmed by David Lynch outside of the constraints of mainstream television.
The Benefits of Gusbandry is the perfect comedy to watch with your partner in crime, no matter who they are.
The quality of this DVD (which also comes in Blu-ray) is fantastic, and the band is in top form as soon as the first note of “Black Sabbath” shakes the rafters.
This film chronicling the rise of arguably one of the most influential hardcore acts ever, Bad Brains, is extremely entertaining and enlightening.
Boy George is a fantastic front man and the band is so tight and on point that I was hooked for the rest of the 87 minute performance.
Dimevision Vol 2, as released by Metal Blade Records, is the second in a series of compilations of unreleased and rare footage featuring Dimebag Darrell.