In celebration of the 4K Ultra HD release Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, the latest adventure and series starter in the wizarding world lived in by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter, Warner Bros is format jumping the original films in the series. They’ll all get that higher resolution with High Dynamic Range applied to […]
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In 1984, the United Kingdom, under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher saw the start of what would be a year long strike from the National Union of Mineworkers after the government closed down twenty coal mines. With the picketing came a surprising amount of violence related to the topic as well. Hell, I mean there’s even […]
Inspired by an extraordinary true story, the audience-rousing PRIDE debuts on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital HD on Dec. 23 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This critically acclaimed comedy follows a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists who come together to help families affected by the UK miners’ strike in 1984, and has been described […]
Disney’s Maleficent was not only one of the biggest hits of summer, its one of the biggest movies of the the 2014 cinema-going year. The film has grossed over $241 million just domestically and dominated worldwide taking in over $757 million. Its another instance in helping prove that female-led and driven blockbusters should be more […]
On the surface, placing audiences inside the head of one of the more memorable Disney villains of all time seems like a pretty interesting idea. Add to that a casting choice that has rarely seemed any less perfect and you have a high concept Disney film with built in appeal from multiple standpoints. I only […]
There is a lot of anticipation building for Maleficent, the live-action take on the Sleeping Beauty story, told from the perspective of it’s infamous villain. I have liked what I have seen so far and now there is a new trailer, with a nice addition that seems quite fitting for the vibe of the film. Here’s […]
I will just start by not apologizing for my title, as I will easily sacrifice spelling for the sake of alliteration. With that out of the way, I think it is wonderful to see a new stop-animation motion picture from Aardman Animations. Being one who is a big fan of Wallace & Gromit, I was […]