Tag Archive for 'Jennifer Beals'

The Bride (Blu-ray Review)

Hot off covering the entire Universal Classic Monsters canon, here I am back (Not in that period, mind you) with 1985’s The Bride, covering that some area. But, this time its a tale in appreciation of a character that isn’t utilized as much as you’d think, iconic as she has been for the better part […]


Scream Factory Brings THE BRIDE To Blu-ray September 25th!

A woman born of electricity. A man driven by obsession. Scream Factory proudly presents The Bride on Blu-ray on September 25, 2018. The electrifying 80s remake of The Bride of Frankenstein comes to the Blu-ray for the first time in a release complete with new bonus features, including new audio commentary and interviews with director Franc Roddam and actor […]


Forced Time Loop Delivers Meaning In ‘Before I Fall’ (Movie Review)

I found myself facing an interesting conundrum with Before I Fall, a film depicting the most extreme version of a conundrum. Given the use of a time loop as the film’s hook, would it be possible for me to see around this familiar concept to find something deeper? As the film circled around the same […]


Vampire’s Kiss / High Spirits – Double Feature (Blu-ray Review)

Before the new year hit, Scream Factory said that 2015 was going to see an increase in the Double Feature titles compared to years prior.  As a fan of their Double Feature titles (And a lot of Shout! Factory’s 4-Movie Marathon series), I got pretty excited.  And they really weren’t stretching the truth, as they’ve […]


The Last Days of Disco: Criterion Collection (Blu-ray Review)

The Last Days of Disco, from director Whit Stillman, is a cleverly comic look at the early 1980’s Manhattan party scene from the vantage point of the late nineties. At the center of the film’s roundelay of revelers are the icy Charlotte (Kate Bekinsale) and the demure Alice (Chloe Sevigny), by day toiling as publishing […]


What is The Book of Eli?

The first time I was exposed to The Book of Eli was at San Diego Comic-Con in 2009.  I sat there rather unimpressed by the footage Warner Brothers screened.  What I was most interested in was how hot Mila Kunis was going to look like in person, whether Gary Oldman would comment on the status of […]