Tag Archive for 'David Lynch'

The Good, The Meh, and The Messy Films of SXSW (SXSW Review)

When a person watches 23 films over 9 days, it can be difficult to find the time to write enough about all of them. Also, with over 150 different films to choose from, it is nearly impossible to pick all winners. I have tried to cover the bigger films of the festival this year and […]


Brandon’s Best Blu-rays Of 2015 Across The Globe!

The Why So Blu top Blu-rays of 2015 wheel has spun and landed on me.  Once again, I’m honored to close this out and go last.  2015 was a game-changer year for me with Blu-ray personally.  For years, my colleague Gerard has been nagging at me to get a region-free player.  I would complain about […]


Brian White’s Top 10 Most Treasured Blu-rays Released In 2015

Like last year, I really didn’t acquire as many Blu-ray titles in 2015 as I typically do in a 12-month calendar.  Also like last year, there are Blu-ray titles that I reviewed personally and held onto, but the others made their way into my collection when they were either priced exceptionally well (most recently this Ultimate James Bond Collection here) or “Day […]


Double Your Fun With Brandon’s Top 10 + 10 Blu-rays Of 2014!

It’s that time of year again where I list my favorite Blu-ray releases of the year.  When I sit down and jot down ones off the top of my head, then look to my collection for reminders and then realize I have WAYYYYY too many on my list.  I then sit and debate and painfully […]


TWIN PEAKS Blu-ray Collection With 90 Minutes Of New Footage Out 7/29

On July 29, CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution will release the ultimate Blu-ray collection of the cult phenomenon from acclaimed director David Lynch and writer/producer Mark Frost: TWIN PEAKS – THE ENTIRE MYSTERY.  This collection also features nearly 90 minutes of deleted/alternate scenes from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, directed by David Lynch.  Additionally, Lynch made a very […]


Great Directors (DVD Review)

It’s a real treat, and suffice to say, and even and honor to review films in general, but there are those moments where a title flies under the radar and lands firmly on my lap that makes my whole day. Great Directors is one of these films; a documentary, in fact, that brightened up my […]