Those who like Westerns, strong female characters, or Joan Crawford films (or all three) will find plenty to delight them with the Blu-ray release of this "crazy Nicholas Ray fantasy" starring Joan Crawford as a pistol-packing damsel in distress.
The gaming phenomenon is now on the big screen and available on Blu-ray! Enter the world of "Warcraft," where valiant heroes battle evil Orcs for survival on an alien planet unlike any ever seen on film.
When middle-aged Armando finds street-thug Elder in Caracas, Venezuela, one's expectations get up-ended.
Director Frank LaLoggia has only directed a handful of feature films, and in 1988 he helmed one of the most critically acclaimed ghost stories.
"Theatre of Blood" did emerge during a transitional moment in the history of horror-but it moved the genre forward, rather than getting left behind.
Disney releases its classic animated film "Beauty and the Beast" for the third time and asks viewers to jump through hoops to get classic and new extras.
Those time-travelling banshees known as Bill & Ted are back in a new Blu-ray, two-film collection.
This sensual and terrifying documentary is a call-to-(f)arms to save civilization by protecting seeds.
"Audrie & Daisy" shows rape to be what it truly is: Not a problem for the unlucky few, but one that we as a society must address. It overcomes its filmmaking deficiencies with a drive to start a dialogue and give the voices back to the victims.
Pennywise the Clown is back to haunt the kiddies of Darry, Maine, and not in a movie remake... yet, anyway.