Find Me Guilty

July 18, 2006

There is always a certain amount of anticipation when Sidney Lumet makes another New York City based movie about crime and corruption. Some of his best films – Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Prince of the City (1981) and the underrated Q & A (1990) –... 

The Iron Giant: Special Edition

June 13, 2005

When The Iron Giant was released in 1999, it flew in the face of the current trend popularized by Disney animated musicals. Based on the 1968 children’s book, The Giant: A Story in Five Nights, by late British poet Ted Hughes, The Iron Giant refuses... 

The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury

December 27, 2004

“Dark Fury” tells the story of what happened after “Pitch Black”. The great thing about this is that they used anime as a medium, which is so much more versatile than standard film. Vin Diesel still voices the character of Riddick,... 

Pitch Black Special Edition

December 5, 2004

One of the best low-budget sci-fi films of its time is coming to special edition DVD. Pitch Black, starring Vin Diesel as the mysterious rouge character Richard. B. Riddick finally gets the treatment it so deserved. Pitch Black was a surprising success... 


November 19, 2003

“From the makers of The Fast & the Furious”. Those words instilled fear in me that xXx was going to be one of the worst films I had ever seen, for the testosterone charged excuse for a film that was Fast & the Furious gave the word...