Quantcast

Tag Archive for 'LaKeith Stanfield'

The Photograph (Blu-ray Review)

Romance films often carry the same nuances. No matter how good or bad, there seems to be some requirements for a successful romance formula.  Intrigue, attraction, chemistry, doubts and insecurities, finding yourself and feeling like you’re right for the one you have feelings for are all parts to a whole that make a romantic movie […]

Share

Get Lost in THE PHOTOGRAPH on Blu-ray and DVD, May 12th!

Make. Love. Last. Issa Rae (“Insecure,” Little) and Lakeith Stanfield (Straight Outta Compton, “Atlanta”) star in the striking and beautiful love story about how quickly lives can change forever when THE PHOTOGRAPH arrives on Digital April 28, 2020 and on Blu-Ray™️ and DVD May 12, 2020 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. A touching story that […]

Share

Uncut Gems (Blu-ray Review)

The Safdie Brothers made a nice jump onto the scene a couple years back with their rough and tumble thriller, GoodTime. Not only did they make someone what of a critical cult hit, the film also took note for its outstanding performance from Robert Pattinson (Adding such humor to the people who don’t seem to […]

Share

Knives Out (4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Review)

When it comes to modern filmmakers, Rian Johnson is an instant ticket purchased no matter what he’s doing. He’s proven over and over a knowledgeable student of film and a clever, thoughtful filmmaker with a fantastic ideology in the world of story craft and character work. The fact that this guy went and tackled an […]

Share

The Girl In The Spider’s Web (Blu-ray Review)

The Millennium series is a property that studio heads just really want to see take off in the United States for some reason. Deriving from acclaimed books and the Swedish film/TV-miniseries starring Noomi Rapace, the US debuted the high profile David Fincher helmed The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo to an underwhelming box office and […]

Share

Sorry To Bother You (Blu-ray Review)

Sometimes it is easy to tell when a new cinematic voice is ready to be heard. Sorry to Bother You has the benefit of a high-profile cast to keep it from slipping through the cracks, which is precisely what is needed for an ambitious film like this. Because of that sort of attention, the summer of 2018 […]

Share

Expect the Unexpected in SORRY TO BOTHER YOU Coming Blu-ray and DVD 10/23

Earlier this year, Sorry To Bother You arrived in theaters as one of my most anticipated films thanks to its wild trailer and build-up as a film that would throw everyone through a loop. It certainly delivered and now it’s coming to Bluray on October 23, with plenty of special features. Check it out – Expect the […]

Share

SDCC 2017: Death Note

I’m curious to see how fans react to Death Note, the Netflix adaptation of the popular manga coming out on August 25th. Director Adam Wingard stated that while the film is faithful, it is through his own unique vision. Surprisingly, it wasn’t approached as a straight horror film, which was apparent in the clip that was […]

Share

Get Out (Blu-ray Review)

Those familiar with the work of Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele) may not be too surprised by the effectiveness of his horror debut Get Out. His television series juggled laughs with socially conscious material and cinematic flair, no different than how effective horror films mask their deeper and relevant social themes with […]

Share

Embrace The Social Thrills Of ‘Get Out’ (Movie Review)

Those familiar with the work of Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele) may not be too surprised by the effectiveness of his horror debut Get Out. His television series juggled laughs with socially conscious material and cinematic flair, no different than how effective horror films mask their deeper and relevant social themes with […]

Share