Tag Archive for 'Harry Hamlin'

The Celluloid Closet (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

In the 1990s, independent films were on the rise and studios like Miramax were at the forefront of distribution. Many studios created a separate wing to focus on and gather the independent, documentary, art house and international films under a single banner away from the blockbusters and bigger star studded fare. Sony Pictures developed Sony […]


Batman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray Review)

Waiting with great anticipation since its announcement last year, Batman: The Complete Animated Series is finally arriving on Blu-ray in an impressive 12-disc set spanning the show’s entire history. Complete with the films Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero, the set debuts a brand new feature length retrospective documentary, The […]


Dances With Films Festival 2018 – Opening Night Review – ‘No Alternative’

The amazing and movie filled Dances With Films Festival 2018 (taking place June 7-17 at the Chinese 6 Theaters at Hollywood and Highland – go to www.danceswithfilms.com for more details!) is now underway and the flicks are unspooling hard and fast!  Both Jason and Michael are getting ready for a busy cinematic weekend, so their first piece […]


Mad Men: The Final Season Part 1 (Blu-ray Review)

So the end is coming.  Mad Men has been a huge success in its many years on the air, but the show is finally coming to a close via a seventh season that has been split into halves.  At this point, I can only imagine that people are either with this series or not, regardless […]


Clash of the Titans Not So Titanic

When I discovered late last year that one of my favorite childhood movies was going to be remade, I was jittery with excitement.  Clash of the Titans was a film I enjoyed time and again, but notice I said ‘was’.  Let me preface this; Star Wars is a movie that used, for its time, cutting-edge […]


Clash of the Titans (Blu-ray Review)

My first brush with Greek mythology happened early on in my life, during the summer of 1981, with the theatrical release of Clash of the Titans.  Although I was a mere 7 years of age, I remember the experience fondly and all the countless hours of enjoyment the movie’s action figures gave me as I […]