Tag Archive for 'Lawrence Tierney'

Reservoir Dogs (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

While Lionsgate has had plenty of fun providing 4K upgrades for the most popular hits in their bargain bin collection, it’s nice to see the studio finally provide this proper 4K release for Quentin Tarantino’s debut film, Reservoir Dogs. An indie cult classic from the early 90s, here’s a film that’s oozed cool all the […]


Let’s Get Ramblin! RESERVOIR DOGS (30th Anniversary) Arrives on 4K UHD for First Time on 11/15

While a few of Tarantino’s films have already crossed over in the 4K UHD Blu-ray space, we are certainly due for more when it comes to his most celebrated films. We’ll have word on his game-changer, Pulp Fiction, along with its brilliant follow-up, Jackie Brown, soon enough, but for now, we’ll have to settle for […]


The Ghost Ship / Bedlam (Blu-ray Review)

Warner Archive Collection released a sweet lot of horror titles back in October. While late to the game on reviewing them, the review copies weren’t sent out til later on. In the current climate of home video physical media distributing, there have been many a fulfilment center delay on titles each and every month. So […]


Step By Step (Blu-ray Review)

This month from Warner Archive Collection sees a pair of classic noir tales being restored and brought to the Blu-ray format for the very first time. One of those is 1946’s Step By Step. It was one of the last films directed by Phil Rosen who had done a good handful of the popular Charlie […]


Stephen King 5-Film Collection: Silver Bullet (Blu-ray Review)

Continuing my deep dive into the Stephen King 5-Film Collection, I took a look at Silver Bullet. The Gary Busey/Corey Haim led adaptation has its share of fans and also detractors.  I hadn’t seen the film before, so it was the obvious next step for me. What I ended up with was one of the […]