Tag Archive for 'Jeremy Northam'

‘Eye In The Sky’ Targets Tricky Subject Matter (Movie Review)

In an age where drone warfare has become a go-to topic for many action blockbusters dabbling in societal commentary, Eye in the Sky pauses everything to go over what it means to carry out one drone mission. With a fine cast in place, director Gavin Hood manages to build plenty of tension over the course […]


Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Series 4, 5, and 6 (Blu-ray Review)

Newly remastered and restored to their original U.K. broadcast order, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Series 4-6 have already been released on Blu-ray.  The endearingly eccentric detective Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) is back on the case in these three feature-length series full of mysteries from the hit series.  Brimming with beguiling 1930s period details and pitch-perfect performances, these lavish adaptations […]


Mimic: The Director’s Cut on Blu-ray September 27th

Lionsgate is proud to announce major updates to the September 27th Blu-ray Disc release of Mimic, now to be released as Mimic: The Director’s Cut, including newly restored footage, a sound upgrade and the addition of another featurette to the list of never-before seen special features from director/co-writer Guillermo Del Toro.  Audiences will experience High […]


Glorious 39 (Blu-ray Review)

When I first heard of this movie I wanted to see it just for the cast alone.  Glorious 39 has Bill Nighy, Julie Christie, Christopher Lee, Jeremy Northam, David Tennant, and that’s a pretty good combination.  Plus, it was marketed as a thriller that takes place right before World War II, so between the two […]