A small film with big laughs, “Wild Oats” is one you should look for next time you’re at the video store.
Slow moving, all over the place and very hard to follow
“Supernatural” is quite a marvel in terms of television that is going on 12 seasons now and honestly shows no end in sight.
I found myself holding my breath and unable to look away at this marvel! If you enjoy something that isn’t a sequel or remake/reboot, this is a must see!
he best part of the season was the return of Ahsoka Tano, Darth Maul and introduction of… Darth Vader.
The visuals were amazing and at times it was almost difficult to see the line between real and CGI with the characters but I wasn’t grabbed in
If it’s been 25 years since you saw “The Commitments,” I urge you to see it again. If you haven’t seen it yet….what are you waiting for?
The show is extremely engaging and locks you in from the very first episode
I have been a hardcore “Castle” fan since the very first episode. It is really hard for me to close the book on this series with “The Complete Eight and Final Season”.
The season is jam packed with enough amazing fanboy head explosion moments to satisfy any hardcore fan.
Probably recommend skipping this and watching “Stephen King’s IT”.
Personally, I haven’t watched “Power Rangers” in a long time but watching these parts of this season I was easy drawn back in
“11.22.63” is a great Stephen King novel, which was ruined in it’s TV expansion by casting James Franco as the star.
I love how this show has evolved since the first season
I actually stopped watching this show on two different occasions since I was just fed up with it going nowhere in the season.
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Naomi Watts, Chris Cooper Director: Jean-Marc Vallée Rated: R (Restricted) Studio: 20TH CENTURY FOX DVD Release Date: July 19, 2016 Run Time: 100 minutes Our Score: 3 out of 5 stars Actor Jake Gyllenhaal has been very consistent with his choice of roles (since Prince of Persia). They are usually very craft […]
Not just for kids either, definitely stole my 34 year old attention with no trouble.
Number of discs: 1 Studio: 20th Century Fox DVD Release Date: August 2, 2016 Run Time: 60 minutes Our Score: 3.5 out of 5 stars I have seen literally every single episode of Pegga Pig due to my 4 year old’s love for this show. Actually let me fix that statement, I have seen every […]
Easily one of my favorite films this year
If you love “Wizard of Oz” and Tom and Jerry, this is a must see!
I was just happy to see the major cast return to the series and get back in the game, even if it was just for 6 episodes
This all-new extended cut features over 10 minutes of footage not shown in theaters
One of the best cartoons to hit TV since “The Simpsons”
There is a whole lot of talent here that makes this show worth checking out for sure
Any fan of the series will want to pick up this latest collection of themed episodes.
If you haven’t seen this series ever or not for a long time, now is the time to revisit this for sure!
“Zootopia” is the latest smash hit from Walt Disney Animation Studios!
This release is classic 70’s variety hour programming at its finest. From those cheesy comedic segues to overdubbed musical performances which at times were just a touch off, it’s all here.
A triumph on all levels, the film’s strongest point is it’s cast
Guillermo Del Toro’s gothic romance, Crimson Peak is now available on blu-ray with plenty of in-depth featurettes on its visually stunning production design work.
Dreamworks Animation is re-releasing the first two “Kung Fu Panda” films with over 80 minutes of new bonus content…
It was great to see classic characters such as Ali Gator, Messy Tessy and of course my personal favorite Windy Winston.
This DVD set features all 107 complete, unedited, digitally remastered episodes from the show’s three seasons.
My favorite part of this film arriving on Blu-ray this year is that I am able to now introduce it to my 3 1/2 year old daughter
A must for any fan of “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” and Halloween.
If you are a hardcore Beach Boys fan, check it out for sure
A straightforward tribute to 80s/90s adventure movies
I just love how this show was developed over the years and never ceases to include non-stop laughs as well as very intense drama.
A romantic film but it has this magical quality about it that really interested me throughout
The Complete Tenth Season contains all 23 episodes from Season Ten and is also packed with over four hours of bonus content.
Everyone from The Riddler to The Joker are getting their origin story here by the end of the season and that is when I fell in love with this show
This season is a big one for the show those since it is the final season with Nina Dobrev
I am not sure if I plan to continue watching “The Originals”, this season didn’t really win me over
“Once Upon a Time” is a show that has been better with each season
“Adventure Time” continues to be one of my favorite shows on Cartoon Network.
This show has been developed so well over its run and in it’s fourth season it is the best that it has been to date.
Even running less than 90 minutes, this film is painful to watch
Even though the film is not great, the Blu-ray is very impressive
I can easily watch this shorts over and over.
My daughter has not stopped singing “Evil Like Me” since watching it. Highly recommended for Disney families.
This is a great way to get introduced or refreshed on the series that inspired the upcoming movie.
They are definitely cheesy and nothing special but all in all they are fun
Features six classic KISS songs and most importantly an all new original song from the band just for this film.
“Justice League: Gods and Monsters” features a super cool alternate universe where Superman is the son of Zod. Batman is actually Man-Bat and Wonder Woman is the, God of War, Princess Bekka.
Season 2 didn’t just improve on the first it trumped it
A vampire comedy that works on every level and a welcome return to the sensibilities that I loved so much in “Flight of the Conchords”.
“Count on Elmo” is a great learning tool to aid kids in their process of getting to know their numbers.
“Paul Blart: Mall Cop” was a decent film at best but it is film that never warranted a sequel.
There’s a lot that “Awaken” does wrong, that’s very obvious from the first half of the movie, but this disjointed hodgepodge has a campy charm.
“A MusiCares Tribute to Carole King” is the film presentation of those performances which in include appearance by LeAnn Rimes, Gloria Estefan, James Taylor and Lady Gaga just to name a few
Fans of both music and gritty documentaries will certainly want to check out this release
Doesn’t deliver anything new to the genre, so this one falls into the file and forget category for me.
“Time Lapse” is a really neat sci-fi horror thriller with a cool time travel angle twisted in
The film featured a fantastic US voice cast including Anne Hathaway, Cary Elwes, Tim Curry, and Elliott Gould.
“Spirited Away” is one of my all-time favorite films
This should have been called “Unfunny Business” since there wasn’t a single joke in the entire film that I even cracked a smile for
One of the best surprises I have seen so far this year, don’t miss it.
With Etheridge’s last live release clocking in at over 2 hrs. and packed with bonus footage there was certainly something’s left to be desired.
“Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Series” is bringing this show to Blu-ray with all previously released extras and also an exclusive disc packed with additional never-before-seen content.
Easily ranks as one of the best original drama series produced by HBO
The movie has a cool kinda mysterious feel to it right from the beginning but never shows its full potential.
“Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” has always been one of my favorite shows to watch with my daughter ever since she was born
Maybe a little too ambitious but still a really cool looking flick and entertaining flick
Will Smith really hasn’t delivered box office gold recently after “Men in Black 3” and “After Earth”, unfortunately “Focus” isn’t the winner that we were all hoping for either.
My daughter is in love with this show and rocks out totally to this series’ opening song
The ending was actually not expected but also at the same time a little over-the-top
From start to finish “Sonic Highways” is everything I want from a documentary of this type
Who knew that this would turn into a four film franchise that is actually not that bad
It is rare that I literally turn a film off mid-way through but that was the case here.
“The Woman in Black” wasn’t a film that I was screaming for a sequel
This guys may be older but like the title suggests, they can still are bad ass.
The quality of the episodes honestly aren’t spectacular. Like the Complete Collection of the original 1980’s “My Little Pony” series, released from Shout! last year, it is really subpar
This film was previously released in 2010, but this new Collector’s Edition includes a new 2K scan of the inter-positive, struck from the original negative and a butt-load of new special features
A violent film with a compelling message, “John Doe: Vigilante” is a well made, thought provoking film that asks viewers to put away their black and white definitions of right and wrong and truly ask themselves “what would you do?”
“Batman vs. Robin” is the latest DC Universe animated original movie, based on Scott Snyder and and Greg Capullo’s “Court Of Owls” story.
The duo are funny together but the film itself is quite forgettable and what I call a one-timer
“A MusiCares Tribute to Paul McCartney” is a collection of never-before-seen performances by a slate of all-star artists ranging from Alicia Keys and Coldplay to Neil Young, James Taylor and McCarty himself
It has been over 15 years, since I have last seen this show and it honestly hasn’t gotten any better.
Did I mention that Morgan Freeman narrates this film?
I really hope that HBO keeps this show rolling for years to come because I know that this show will only get better and better
“Silicon Valley” is an awkward, funny and very sarcastic comedy
“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” is easily the weakest entry in Peter Jackson’s entire six-chapter saga.
“The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!” is not only fun, it is also extremely education
This film is near perfect and much deeper that you would expect from a typical horror flick.
The first and second act were actually decent but the third absolutely ruined the film for me and it dragged on for what felt like forever.
“Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast” is easily the weakest in the franchise.
This is exciting because there hasn’t been new “The Flintstones” content in 15 years and it is very welcome
I thought that “Catching Fire” was awful and “Mockingjay Part 1” is another long drawn out lead in for he final film