DVD Review: Cries and Whispers - The Criterion Collection

A raw nerve of a film, this Ingmar Bergman classic is not for the faint of heart. This depiction of two sisters caring for a terminally ill third sister is emotionally devastating.

Blu-ray Review: Inherent Vice

Paul Thomas Anderson's uproariously funny head trip boasts an terrific cast led by the Joaquin Phoenix, who delivers a supremely off the wall performance. It may not make much sense, but it's a trip worth taking.

Blu-ray Review: Odd Man Out - The Criterion Collection

This visually-striking character study follows the plight of a Northern Irish "organization" member over the course of one very long night. Nominated for one Oscar (Best Film Editing).

Blu-ray Review: Richard III (1995) - Twilight Time Limited Edition

Shakespeare's language remains, while director Richard Loncraine transplants the 16th century setting to '30s-era England. Ian McKellen dominates the film in the title role.

Blu-ray Review: First Men in the Moon - Twilight Time Limited Edition

An H.G. Wells adaptation from 1964, this sci-fi adventure centers on an international group of lunar astronauts discovering they aren't the first humans on the moon.

Blu-ray Review: Taken 3

Both the R-rated theatrical cut and the longer "unrated" cut of the latest Bryan Mills adventure are included on the new Blu-ray edition.

Album Review: The Replacements' The Complete Studio Albums (1981-1990)

A new box set collects all eight original studio LPs from this pioneering alt-rock outfit. It's a bit of a roller-coaster ride, but the high points are thrilling

Blu-ray Review: The Man with the Iron Fists 2

RZA is back as The Blacksmith for another round of old school, martial arts action in this sequel.

DVD Review: The Wedding Ringer

Sort of a combination of I Love You, Man and Hitch (but not as good as either), The Wedding Ringer at least boasts some fun moments between stars Kevin Hart and Josh Gad.

Blu-ray Review: Escape from New York (Collector's Edition)

This two-disc Shout Factory reissue adds a bunch of brand new special features to John Carpenter's beloved cult classic.

Album Reviews: Nine New Winners

The artists who've recently issued these nine albums may not be household names, but perhaps some of them should be.

Blu-ray Review: The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death

The first one was a dramatically effective fright flick. The sequel is dull and unnecessary. Even many of the big scare moments are just fake-outs.

DVD Review: Bad Asses on the Bayou

The two Dannys (Trejo and Glover) are back for more action after a video of the aged pair whooping a bunch of a bank robbers goes viral.

New Music for Old People: The London Souls, Neil Young, Gov't Mule, Delta Rae and More

Another week and another great playlist for your aural edification, with artists ranging from the London Souls to Neil Young.

Legacy Recordings to Reissue Roger Waters' Amused to Death in Stereo and 5.1 Updates

Sony's archival arm, Legacy Recordings, will release a remastered stereo version of the album and a coveted 5.1 Surround remix as well.

Gadget Review: Hewlett Packard Stream 7 Windows 8.1 Tablet

Like similar budget tablets, the Stream 7's biggest advantages are its size and its price.

Blu-ray Review: Class of 1984 (Collector's Edition)

The 1982 cult classic arrives on Blu-ray with a bonus features including new cast and crew interviews. Features Michael J. Fox in a very early role.

Blu-ray Review: Enter the Dangerous Mind

The slow-burn performance by Jake Hoffman is the best reason to check out this moody independent film about a creepy EDM artist.

Album Review: Leonard Cohen's Can't Forget - A Souvenir of the Grand Tour

Leonard Cohen's fine latest live set features material he has never previously recorded in concert—or, in some cases, at all.

DVD Review: Whitney

Hot on the heels of Lifetime's disastrous Aaliyah biopic comes this similarly shoddy Whitney Houston biopic. Angela Bassett makes her directorial debut here..

Twilight Time Limited Edition Blu-ray - April Titles
Limited edition Blu-ray releases for the month of April are: Richard III (1995), The Fantasticks, The Remains of the Day, April Love, Zardoz, The Story of Adele H. Acclaimed Miniseries The Book of Negroes - Now on DVD
The six-part miniseries based on Lawrence Hill's novel of the same name. The title comes from an actual Revolutionary War-era document. Out Now: The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts - DVD Collections: Stingers and Zingers and Hall of Famers
Stingers and Zingers is a 20-plus hour, eight-disc collection that boasts 24 complete roasts. Hall of Famers is a more economical, single-disc edition. Now on DVD from IndiePix Films: Ships (Ferahfeza)
Award-winning filmmaker Elif Refig's debut feature-length film won the prestigious FIPRESCI Award among other distinguished awards. New to DVD: The Beginner's Bible - Vol. Two Due June 9; Vol. One Now Available
The Beginner's Bible Volumes One and Two offer three animated Bible stories each, all aimed at younger viewers. Now on DVD and VOD: Award-Winning Drama Grace.
This sobering drama stars Sharon Lawrence and Annika Marks. This award-winning film has been a favorite on the festival circuit. Now on Digital HD: Girls - Season 4 and Looking - Season 2
Get caught up on the fourth season of HBO's Girls and the second season (and final, barring an upcoming one-time special) of Looking. Kingsman: The Secret Service - Digital HD on May 15, Blu-ray June 9
The worldwide box office hit and critical darling will boast a 90-minute "making of" documentary. New Star Trek: The Original Series Compilation DVD: Captain Kirk's Boldest Missions
A two-disc starter set for fans looking to get a taste of The Original Series. There are eight classic Captain Kirk episodes culled from seasons one and two. Creation Entertainment's Supernatural Official Convention in Seattle March 27-29
Three days of celebrity appearances and other special events, all in celebration of the hit science-fiction TV series Supernatural - first time this convention has come to Seattle. The Wonder Years: Season Two - On DVD February 3, 2015
Following last year's release of The Wonder Years: The Complete Series, StarVista/Time Life are issuing individual season DVD sets. On DVD February 10, 2015: Mama's Family: The Complete Sixth Season
The sixth and final season of the beloved sitcom arrives on DVD. A single-disc fourth season sampler, with sixth favorites hand-picked by Vicki Lawrence, is also available. Now on Blu-ray and DVD: Atlas Shrugged Part III: Who is John Galt?
The big screen trilogy of Ayn Rand's popular novel arrives on home video, complemented by a number of special features.

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