Tag Archive for 'Ivan Reitman'

Heavy Metal (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

One of the more pivotal cinematic moments for fantasy, comics, rock music and animation in cinema arrived in the form of 1981’s Heavy Metal. Produced by Ivan Reitman, many of the top rock bands (Cheap Trick, Journey) provided the sound to some of the wickedest dreams come to life animation anyone had ever seen on […]


Columbia Classics Collection: Volume 2 (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Sony has followed up their well regarded and popular 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Columbia Classics Collection with a second volume.  Released on October 12th, the box set features the debuts of Anatomy of a Murder, Oliver!, Taxi Driver, Stripes, Sense and Sensibility and The Social Network. You can find reviews for each of these titles here […]


Stripes (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

On October 12, Sony released the Columbia Classics Collection: Volume 2. The set is a follow up to their now out of print and very well received first volume that found many legendary and important films of all types and genres from different eras featuring notable filmmakers and big star turns in the history of […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Rabid”

Now that the looming task of taking on two film fests back to back has finally come to a close, it’s time to come back to an old friend that was merely on pause and not forgotten…welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  For the next few weeks we’re gonna concentrate on the early works of one […]


Mark September 2nd Off as ‘Draft Day’ on Your Blu-ray Calendar!

I’m kind of bittersweet in regards to this one.  On one hand I am looking forward to finally seeing this one after missing all the press screenings for it, but I know it’s going to make me very homesick.  It seems like when I left Cleveland last year it all the sudden began thriving.  Who […]


‘No Strings Attached’ Or Much Else

Another bogus premise for a rom-com that manages to be awkward, long, and poorly handled in the laugh department, despite having a number of talented supporting stars.  To say that this is Ashton Kutcher’s best movie, is like saying, “this is Ashton Kutcher’s best movie.”  While I can understand that formula in films can still […]