Tag Archive for 'Billy Burke'

Batman: The Long Halloween – Part Two (Blu-ray Review)

June saw the first half of the DC Animated Universe’s adaptation of the seminal Batman comic book arc, The Long Halloween. It was a pretty big deal, as its been such an influential story any way you shake it regarding the caped crusader. And what better crew to have done it justice than that of […]


Batman: The Long Halloween – Part One (Blu-ray Review)

I’m not alone when I say that Batman: The Long Halloween is one of my favorite and best tales of the Dark Knight ever laid to paper. So, it was with great excitement when I not only found out that the DCAU was producing an adaptation of it, but that they were also splitting it […]


Lights Out (Blu-ray Review)

Lights Out is the directorial debut of Davd S. Sandberg, based off his short film.  Produced by James Wan, its almost as if he’s giving back as his first film was based off of a short he made (Saw).  Turning a horror short into a feature length film can be a tricky business.  These ideas […]


Light Up The LIGHTS OUT Blu-ray On October 25th!

Be afraid of what lives in the dark when “Lights Out” arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Teresa Palmer (“Triple 9,” “Warm Bodies”) stars as Rebecca; Gabriel Bateman (“Annabelle”) as Martin; Billy Burke (the “Twilight” franchise) as Martin’s father, Paul; Alexander DiPersia (“Forever”) as Rebecca’s boyfriend, Bret; and Maria Bello (“Prisoners”) as Sophie. “Lights Out” […]


The Twilight Saga Extended Editions Triple Feature (Blu-ray Review)

We’re all older. We’re all wiser. It’s been a couple years removed from the Twilight craze. We can all now agree that Jacob was the wiser choice. Let’s be honest – Bella made a mistake marrying Edward. One can only arrive at that conclusion after submitting themselves to a re-watch of the first three films. […]


Drive Angry 2D/3D (Blu-ray Review)

Drive Angry has made this Nicolas Cage fan very angry.  I’m angry at Nicolas Cage for seemingly being unable or unwilling to turn down a movie role.  Listening to the audio commentary, the director says Nicolas Cage read the script and said “I have to do this movie.”  Saturday Night Live (SNL) does a skit […]