Alien: Covenant is a mess of a movie, one that tries to balance Scott’s high-minded cosmic deliberations with schlocky B-movie aesthetics.
The Guardians of the Galaxy sequel avoids the dreaded sequelitis syndrome.
A morally ambiguous look at Ray Kroc, the self-proclaimed “founder” of McDonald’s.
It’s not TMNT – we take a look at the new Blu-ray edition of the 80’s horror classic.
Director Mat Whitecross traces the stratospheric rise of Oasis in this endlessly-watchable doc.
Oliver Stone’s take on the life of Edward Snowden is essentially a schmaltzy TV Film of the Week.
Made by fans and for fans, the documentary traces 25 years of one of punk’s most successful DIY labels.
This unlikely Kiwi buddy-comedy is the funniest film of the year.
Leonard Nimoy’s son directs a heartfelt documentary on the enduring legacy of both Nimoy and Spock.
We catch up with the cult slasher ‘The Mutilator,’ out now on Blu-ray / DVD from Arrow Video.