The General/Three Ages (Kino Classics) – Blu-ray Review

The Movies (4/5) Kino Lorber continues to release silent films from Buster Keaton on Blu-ray, and with this latest release they have paired the more well-known The General with the lesser known Three Ages. Both films are black and white silent films from the 1920s, and have interesting backstories. For one, The General was essentially the end of Read more about The General/Three Ages (Kino Classics) – Blu-ray Review[…]

Steamboat Bill, Jr./College (Kino Classics) – Blu-ray Review

The Movies (3.5/5) Kino Lorber had previously released both Steamboat Bill, Jr. and College as standalone Blu-rays, but they have now packaged the two essential Buster Keaton films in a double feature pack, with new 2K restorations from Lobster Films. Steamboat Bill was Keaton’s last independent silent comedy and one of his most well known works. College was a Read more about Steamboat Bill, Jr./College (Kino Classics) – Blu-ray Review[…]

Don’t Answer the Phone! – Blu-ray Review

The Movie (2.5/5) Don’t Answer the Phone! was released to theaters in 1980, and was a part of the slasher horror craze that swept through cinemas during that time period. The title suggests that it is a typical babysitter murder movie, like When A Stranger Calls, but it is in fact much more disturbing. The film Read more about Don’t Answer the Phone! – Blu-ray Review[…]

Enemy – Blu-ray Review

The Movie (5/5) Enemy was Director Denis Villeneuve’s third major feature film, and came short on the heels of one of my favorite, most underrated movies of all-time, Prisoners, also directed by Villeneuve. After well received hits like Sicario, Arrival, and his first feature, the Oscar nominated Incendies, Villeneuve has firmly placed himself into the pantheon of up Read more about Enemy – Blu-ray Review[…]

Ouija: Origin of Evil – Blu-ray Review

The Movie (3/5) Ouija: Origin of Evil is certainly a better film than its predecessor, 2014’s Ouija, but that isn’t saying much, as the original was widely panned by critics and audiences alike. Origin of Evil takes us back to the, ahem, “origin” of the Ouija story, transporting us to the year 1967, complete with the old Universal Read more about Ouija: Origin of Evil – Blu-ray Review[…]