Tag Archive for 'James Cromwell'

Species II (Blu-ray Review)

The first SPECIES movie offers a terrifying look at an experiment combining human and alien DNA. The result proves more dangerous and terrifying than anyone could have ever imagined. The ongoing fight for supremacy between mankind and human-alien hybrids continued in three subsequent feature films.  Fans of widely popular SPECIES movies rejoice as the long-awaited Blu-ray™ […]


‘Big Hero 6’ Begins (Movie Review)

Remember Bolt?  Disney’s computer animated feature about a dog that believed it had superpowers, given that he was the star of a TV series.  I enjoyed that film for what it was, as it had a warm spirit and lots of humor.  That in mind, it always felt like Disney taking a film like Toy […]



I posted the teaser trailer for this upcoming Disney/Marvel animated feature a couple months back and now we have a bit more information.  Walt Disney Animation Studios has officially announced the voice cast behind the new action-packed comedy-adventure “Big Hero 6,” which includes Maya Rudolph, James Cromwell, Damon Wayans Jr., T.J. Miller, Alan Tudyk, Jamie […]


American Horror Story: Asylum – The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

American Horror Story: Asylum is the second season of the wildly thrilling FX horror television series American Horror Story.  The interesting thing about this show is that it’s billed as an anthology.  That means none of the events we discussed here in the first season have any relevance at all here.  Odd huh?  I love […]


‘I, Robot’ Arrives In A 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack This October (No Assembly Required)

The Will Smith sci-fi blockbuster I, Robot is returning to Blu-ray with an all new 3D edition this October.  Earlier in the Summer, it was revealed that a limited edition of this 3D Blu-ray, complete with a replica robot head (check it out HERE), would be available at San Diego Comic Con.  Now everyone will […]


‘The Artist’ Speaks Volumes As A Likable Ode To The Silent Film Era

This past year has been notable to me in the way nostalgia has been informing many films. Hugo, The Muppets, The Illusionist, Midnight in Paris, and Super 8, among many others I could make arguments for have all had this theme running through them. Now we have The Artist, an incredibly likable film that serves […]