Escape from New York 4K review

As we reach the last of the John Carpenter 4K releases. Manhattan in New York is not a business capital, it is a maximum security prison. People are sent there if they are offenders for simple crimes. Snake Pli... Read More...

Daisies Blu Ray review

Czech surrealism staggering achievement that is DAISIES, splits a crowd like milk splits.Those who loathe it, hate its annoying leads as they traverse the film. Those who love it, like me, love its outrageous v... Read More...

The Candyman Blu Ray review

The legacy of Slavery is deep and uncomfortable. THE CANDYMAN is a reminder that on the surface, is always marked by what is underneath history. When Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) is completing her thesis on urb... Read More...

Dead Beat At Dawn Blu Ray review

The indie of indie classics, DEADBEAT AT DAWN returns to us courtesy of Arrow. Goose (Director Jim VanBebber) wants out of the gang life. He has become tired of the punching and kicking, the fights and the stru... Read More...

Twelve Monkeys Blu Ray review

Terry Gilliam makes his most studio film. From an A list Hollywood star, to a linear script and even toned down surrealism. However he still manages to add enough of his oeuvre to make it count. So Twelve Monke... Read More...