DVD Reviews

Black Sabbath’s Goes Out Big & Ominous With ‘The End’ (DVD REVIEW)

I was first introduced to Black Sabbath back in my early years of high school when I learned a guy I was smitten with loved the band. Prior to that, I’d kind of avoided their ...

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It’s Best to Forget ‘Rememory’

Not even Peter Dinklage is good enough to save this mess.

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Sting: Live At The Olympia Paris Captures ’57th & 9th’ Tour In Colorful Glory (DVD REVIEW)

Sting has been on the rock music charts since 1978 when The Police released their debut album, Outlandos d’Amour featuring the hit singles “Roxanne,” “Can’t Stand Losing You” and “So Lonely.” With their breath-of-fresh-air reggae ...

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‘Le Samourai’ and the Birth of Cool

Celebrating the Criterion Collection's re-release of Jean-Pierre Melville's classic noir on Blu-ray, we look back on what makes Le Samourai so enduringly cool.

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The Noirish Delights of ‘Wind River’

Taylor Sheridan's latest crime thriller is taut and haunting.

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‘Atomic Blonde’ Explodes on to Blu-Ray

David Leitch's high-octane spy thriller is now available to own.

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Blu-ray Review: ‘Patti Cake$’ Comes Home

One of the year's most delightful surprises is now available to own.

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DVD Review: ‘Lady Macbeth’ A Taut, Terrifying Thriller

The stunning, chilling tale is now available to own.

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Blu-ray Review: ‘Baby Driver’ Gets Better with Each New Viewing

Out now and DVD and Blu-ray, Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is a film that keeps getting better.

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Blu-ray Review: Hauntingly Beautiful ‘A Ghost Story’ Now Available to Own

David Lowery's sparse reflection is a worthy addition to any collection.

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