Tag Archive for 'Bella Heathcote'

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (Blu-ray Review)

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is a movie made for me on paper.  Why?  Because I love Wonder Woman and everything about her in the DCEU cinematic movie universe.  I won’t bore you with a hundred links, but if you don’t believe me check out my 4K review of her solo film here.  And […]


Fifty Shades Darker Unrated Edition (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

So yeah I’m a guy.  And yes I have not only reviewed Fifty Shades Darker here on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, but this is admittedly the second time I saw the film.  The first was in the theater!  Okay, here’s my man card.  The truth of the story is like the first film the studio […]


The Neon Demon (Blu-ray Review)

Nicolas Winding Refn is one of the most visionary and abstract directors we have in the current mold.  He’s a filmmaker whose films will probably age a lot better in critical circles than they are received in present day.  They polarize and split audiences.  His films feature an equal amount of boos and standing ovations […]


Experience The Glitter of The Neon Demon on Blu-ray This September

Amazon Studio’s The Neon Demon directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, is a sumptuous horror-thriller, set in the highly competitive and often vicious world of fashion modeling, where the term “eat their own” takes on a decidedly new meaning. When aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group […]


Dark Shadows Arrives on Blu-ray in Time For Halloween!

Every family has its demons in Dark Shadows.  The Tim Burton/Johnny Depp vehicle arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital Download in plenty of time this year for Halloween onOctober 2nd.  What can be better than the rehash of the legendary soap opera that pits Chloe versus Johnny in the acting department?  Who will […]


Dark Shadows Linger With Mixed Results

Dark Shadows is a movie that has everything it needs to be a lot of fun, but ends up being too hit or miss to fully succeed in the end.  The film has a great cast, some very impressive production values (fitting for a Tim Burton film), and an initial setup for a story that […]