Category: Blu-ray

88%

KLANSMAN, THE

THE KLANSMAN REVIEWED “The Klansman” reminded me of something about Hicksploitation. Modern audiences have no frame of reference to understand it. If Tarantino brings it back and uses it …
92%

PSYCHOMANIA

PSYCHOMANIA REVIEWED “Psychomania” was the United Kingdom’s answer to the rise of the Corman motorcycle films. While the Hammer aesthetic lingers over the film, it takes a sharp detour …
90%

AMERICAN GUNS

AMERICAN GUNS REVIEWED “American Guns” is a nearly five hour documentary about the history of firearms. Split into 13 parts and film partially in the NRA’s museums, novice viewers …
93%

BOY FRIEND, THE

THE BOY FRIEND REVIEWED “The Boy Friend” was released the same year as “The Devils”. It’s hard to think of one director switching gears so fast in a single …
94%

YAKUZA, THE

THE YAKUZA REVIEWED “The Yakuza” is a 70s modern noir film that attempts to try and blend old world and new world styles. Sydney Pollack did his best to …
95%

DOCTOR STRANGE

DOCTOR STRANGE REVIEWED “Doctor Strange” feels like it was designed to showcase the problems of sticking to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s standards. For readers of Marvel Comics, you’ll already …
98%

HACKSAW RIDGE

HACKSAW RIDGE REVIEWED “Hacksaw Ridge” is a complicated film. Many have complained of Andrew Garfield playing his role a little too wide-eyed. I find that to be a misread. …