Tag Archive for 'Matthew Lillard'

John Waters’ SERIAL MOM On Scream Factory Collector’s Edition Blu-ray May 9th

If you are ill-mannered, have a poor sense of social etiquette or just plain irresponsible, then beware of the cheerfully psychotic housewife Beverly Sutphin from John Waters’ wickedly hilarious cult classic, SERIAL MOM. She will stop at nothing to rid of anyone failing to live up to her moral code! Starring Kathleen Turner (Romancing the […]


Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon (Blu-Ray Review)

If one collaboration between the superstars of WWE and the gang of Mystery Inc. wasn’t enough, here comes a second one roaring onto Blu-ray from Warner Bros. Animation and WWE Studios. In Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon, Stephanie McMahon’s big new business idea, The Muscle Moto X Off-road Challenge is fraught with […]


Hackers – 20th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Capturing the anarchistic spirit of early cyberculture, Hackers became an underground hit, inspiring music and fashion for the emerging culture and has even been hailed as prophetic in its use of computers and hacking.  With a pulsating electronica score by Simon Boswell that includes songs from The Prodigy, Orbital and Underworld,  Hackers helped launch the […]


‘The Descendants’ on Blu-ray March 13th

From director Alexander Payne creator of the Oscar® winning Sideways comes one of the Best Pictures of the year, THE DESCENDANTS, featuring a stunning cast including Best Actor nominee George Clooney (Ides of March) and Shailene Woodley (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) in her Golden Globe nominated and Independent Spirit Award winning role. […]


She’s All That (Blu-Ray Review)

Cozy up to Blu this Valentine’s Day, as Lionsgate premieres the romantic teen comedy She’s All That on Blu-ray Disc for the first time. A favorite from the ’90s, this fun Miramax film stars Freddie Prinze Jr. (I Know What You Did Last Summer) and Rachael Leigh Cook (Josie and the Pussycats) as an unlikely but […]


‘The Descendants’ Is Set In Hawaii, But It’s Not All Sunshine And Rainbows

I was starting to wonder where Alexander Payne went.  Following the large success of 2004’s Sideways, I was hoping to see more films from him sooner.  Payne has made success out of strong comedy-dramas, with some dark and satiric edges to them and I have been a fan of his films.  Now he has finally […]