What’s New on Home Video – October 19 – Superman x 3, Escape Room, Clarice, Columbia Classics, & More!
It’s a SUPER week this week, as we’ve got not one, not two, but three separate Superman-themed releases. But don’t worry, there’s also some other great releases, including a fantastic new horror movie, a classics collection, and a familiar FBI agent making their debut on the small screen. Read on!Details
Tired of fighting by the rules and the world not changing it’s nefarious, war ravaging ways, they see Kal El’s new path as a way to finally make this Earth a paradise. Using violence to stop violence and making the remaining Justice League members judge, jury and executioners.Details
What’s New on Home Video – October 12 – Free Guy, Space Jam, Universal Monsters, The Flash, Quentin Tarantino, & More!
Whoo boy, we’ve got a great week of releases this week! One of my favorite movies of the year hits home video, we get a couple of fantastic catalog upgrades, a few cult classic movies, and — just to be different — Lebron James. Check it out!Details
No Time To Die
Overall, this film is top-notch, in line with the superb quality of Bond films but has that special touch of bringing closure to Craig’s final performance as 007. Whether you are a die-hard or casual fan of James Bond, this Bond film will be the one that you’ll remember the most.Details
What’s New on Home Video – October 5 – Night of the Animated Dead, The Nevers, The Awakening, & More!
We have a small release slate this week, with no theatrical tentpoles, no major A-list releases, and a small amount of titles. Still, I bet there’s something interesting enough to watch for most people. Read on and find out!Details
Now that we’re in October it’s finally time for Halloween! The movies and TV shows on this list are not designed to make you scared. They’re more to get you in the spirit. So grab your popcorn (and your candy corn) and let’s get into the five best slightly scary things to watch for Spooky Season.Details
The Addams Family 2
To the outsider, looking in, the family seems crazy and kooky, but to the Addams’, they are the normal ones and everyone else it insane. The juxtaposition of what is good and evil, normal and abnormal is where most of the humor lies.Details
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE Building on the success of Venom, the sequel lands some hits in its action sequences and most of its punchlines in its comedic delivery. But overall the film’s story development stays at the shallow end and rushes through the scenes. #Venom #Carnage #LetThereBeCarnageDetails
What’s New on Home Video – September 28 – The Purge, Breakdown, Zola, Catwoman, Richard Pryor & More!
This is one of those weeks that doesn’t really sum up neatly. We’ve got a little bit of everything this week, so fans of any genre should be able to find something to watch!Details