Tag Archive for 'David Warner'

Mary Poppins Returns (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Disney has been revisiting many of their hand-drawn animated classics of yesteryear and been giving human (Or computer animated) life to them for a whole new generation with great degrees of success. Mary Poppins Returns takes at taking one of their live-action classics (That also featured a handful of hand-drawn animation) and giving it a […]


Batman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray Review)

Waiting with great anticipation since its announcement last year, Batman: The Complete Animated Series is finally arriving on Blu-ray in an impressive 12-disc set spanning the show’s entire history. Complete with the films Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero, the set debuts a brand new feature length retrospective documentary, The […]


In The Mouth Of Madness – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Scream Factory continues its roll out of new John Carpenter Blu-rays with his 1994 film In The Mouth Of Madness. This one is getting the coveted Collector’s Edition treatment, featuring plenty of new extras to stack the disc. Previously, the Warner Bros release only had a commentary track (Ported over here to this release). So […]


Waxwork / Waxwork II: Lost In Time – Collector’s Series (Blu-ray Review)

Last month saw the debut of Lionsgate’s Vestron Video Collector’s Series line.  Finally digging into those vaults of not just Vestron Video, but Artisan and other studio catalogs that Lionsgate had acquired over the years.  There are some major horror gems that have been getting sat on that people have been screaming for on Blu-ray. […]


John Carpenter’s Body Bags – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

John Carpenter’s Body Bags is a an oft forgotten film of his and horror anthology.  It was a Showtime movie back in 1993, back when it wasn’t as “cool” to have an original idea on Showtime (Showtime did do Psycho IV as well).  In Carpenter’s mind, this was a one shot.  But Showtime wanted this […]


Black Death (Blu-ray Review)

Black Death is the latest film acquired by Magnolia Home Entertainment and its Magnet (genre pictures) releasing company.  I’m starting to be a really big fan of these offerings.  They’re usually shot overseas independently and then the domestic rights are bought up.  Cool!  Black Death had already been released in Europe on Blu-ray many months ago and […]