Tag Archive for 'Simon West'

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

This March, we are getting another crack taken at the Tomb Raider game franchise being adapted to the big screen with Alicia Vikander as the new Lara Croft. Let us not forget the early 2000s when much excitement came and the perfect bit of dream casting in that of Angela Jolie in the title role. […]


Jason Statham’s WILD CARD Exclusive Clip & Giveaway!

Attention Blu-ray fans!  In the event you haven’t come out of your basement in a few weeks, I just wanted to give you a friendly heads up that the Las Vegas action thriller Wild Card came out on Blu-ray this past Tuesday (see our full review here).  In this video clip we have embedded below Wild Card director Simon West and […]


Wild Card (Blu-ray Review)

Legendary action star Jason Statham (The Expendables franchise, Transporter franchise) headlines the action-packed thriller Wild Card, showing its hand on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) on March 31st from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film is currently available via On Demand. An extended version of the film, featuring 10 additional minutes not previously […]


‘Wild Card’ Is A Bust (Movie Review)

Jason Statham has plenty of talent.  Best known as an English tough guy, Statham may not have what some want to call range, but he does know how to direct his energy and inherent charisma into different shades of somewhat similar performances (the dichotomy between The Transporter and Crank is a perfect example).  It is […]


‘The Expendables 2’: The Legend Of Van Damme’s Gold

The Expendables are back and older than ever, plus Liam Hemsworth!  This action-packed sequel is silly and stupidly entertaining, but at least it delivers on what seemed to be promised in the first film.  I was let down by the first film, due to its intent on striving for a fairly serious tone and boring […]


‘The Mechanic’ Provides A Few Spare Parts For A Quick Time Killer

Those in need of a new, quick action fix from Jason Statham should be pleased enough with The Mechanic.  I would give it a barely passing rating.  However, this recommendation is not really due to the movie being that good (it’s not really), nor because of the presence of modern action hero Jason Statham (although […]