Red Army DVD Review

Ice Hockey was more than just a sport to the Soviet Union; it was their symbol of the state of the nation, their paragon of the Cold War. Or so Gabe Polsky tries to demonstrate in his revelatory documentary jux... Read More...

Song of the Sea DVD Review

The Oscars don’t often get it right but they were wrong again. In naming Disney’s fun, but relatively by the numbers adventure, Big Hero 6 with the Best Animation award they got it wrong on a number of levels. ... Read More...

The Homesman DVD Review

Tommy Lee Jones’ return to the director’s chair has excited many but those unfamiliar with his previous work might have been uninspired by the trailer for The Homesman. Though Jones is adept behind the camera, ... Read More...

Jimi: All Is By My Side DVD Review

Who doesn’t like a biopic? Well, who doesn’t like a music biopic? There may have been a few duds along the years but to look back at Walk the Line and Ray is to do so with fond remembrance, even if they are bot... Read More...

Faust DVD Review

Some tales were made for the black and white era. The German folk tale of Faust has many incarnations, most notably Johann Goethe’s play, but F.W. Murnau’s film brings another dimension to the centuries old fab... Read More...

In Bloom DVD Review

In Bloom is a story told in these margins as two young girls find their voices, learning how to make themselves heard amidst a society undergoing fundamental and volatile change.