The Superman Motion Picture Anthology (Blu-Ray)

June 17, 2011

With every new format comes the chance to release box-sets of classic movies once again; those movies that, regardless of whether we’ve seen them a thousand times or whether we already own them on numerous formats, they become must have purchases. Indiana... 

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

December 22, 2010

It has been over 20 years since Wall Street (1987) was released in theaters and, at the time, it was blamed for cashing in on the stock market crash that wiped out more than a few people’s fortunes. The financial landscape has changed radically since... 

Kitchen Confidential: The Complete Series

May 30, 2007

Based on the American chef Anthony Bourdain’s professional memoir of the same name, Kitchen Confidential was a short-lived television sitcom that Fox abandoned after only airing four episodes in North America. Thirteen had actually been made, all of... 

The Ninth Gate

October 31, 2006

Critical and commercial reaction to Roman Polanski’s films has always been mixed at best. To say that they are an acquired taste is an understatement. The Ninth Gate (1999) is no exception. Despite what the film’s misleading trailer promoted at the... 

The Twelve Chairs

April 18, 2006

Born in 1926 in Brooklyn, New York, Mel Brooks got his start as a stand-up comedian working the resorts circuit in the Catskills. A few years later, he was working as a television writer on various shows for Sid Caesar alongside future comedy legends,... 

Good Night, and Good Luck

April 7, 2006

2005 was a good year for politically and socially conscious films – Syriana, Munich, The Constant Gardener and Good Night, and Good Luck. The last film marked George Clooney’s sophomore directorial effort (the first being Confessions of a Dangerous...