Thursday, February 11, 2016

New Family Arrives in Batman: Bad Blood


Warner Home Video and DC continue to expand their animated universe with the pulse-pounding Batman: Bad Blood. The movie is directed by Jay Oliva and written by J.M. DeMatteis. Voice actors who lend their talents include Jason O’Mara, Yvonne Strahovski, Stuart Allan, and Morena Baccarin.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Batman Protects the Salt of the Earth in Detective Comics #49


James Gordon continues his reign as Gotham's Dark Knight in Detective Comics #49. Peter J. Tomasi provides the script for Fernando Pasarin’s illustrations. The two give us a tale that takes us back to the golden age adventures of the Caped Crusader when he not only dished out a good beating but solved a mystery along the way.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

The Last Witch Hunter Misses His Mark


The Last Witch Hunter arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and as a digital download courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The movie is directed by Breck Eisner (The Crazies, Sahara) from a screenplay by Cory Goodman (Priest), Matt Sazama (Dracula Untold), and Burk Sharpless (Gods of Egypt). A surprising cast of talented actors like Michael Caine and Elijah Wood support Vin Diesel in his battle against the dark forces.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Snow White Joins the Signature Collection


Walt Disney Home Entertainment pulls Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs out of the vault once again. The Mouse House gives us a new Walt Disney Signature Collection high-definition version of the animated film that started it all. Although the movie has been released on Blu-ray before, it’s never been available via Digital HD or for download.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Suicide Squad's Deadshot and Katana Enter the Age of Chaos


No one will be surprised to see a new Suicide Squad comic book hitting the shelves. The movie is only a few months away and the promotional machine is charged up and plowing along. One of the new comic book tie-ins to help whip everyone into a frenzy is Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Deadshot and Katana. The first issue establishes that the limited title will be made up of two separate tales in which each character experiences their own adventures.

Go Back to the Future with Turbo Kid


I’ve literally been waiting an entire year to see Turbo Kid. From the moment I was approached to interview Michael Ironside for the film, I was instantly attracted to the description I was given. A movie where the hero is a BMX bike-riding teenager battling a one-eyed maniac in the wake of a nuclear war set in an alternate 1997? Count me in! I was never allowed to see a screener for the movie, which fueled my forbidden interest even more. Now the movie is on Netflix for everyone to see… and I have. Yes, indeed I have.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Don't Let The Guardian Into Your House


Scream Factory never ceases to amaze me with their choices in great cult classics to restore in high-definition. I had literally forgotten about The Guardian until the second I received the release announcement in my inbox. The movie really is a sadly forgotten modern fairy tale with a sense of originality to it missing in today’s horror offerings.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

A Sacrifice Made in Arrow: The Dark Archer #1


DC Comics’ Digital Firsts award us an in-depth look at one of the most fascinating figures from the hit television series Arrow. The secret life of Malcolm Merlyn is explored in the pages of Arrow: The Dark Archer. What makes the book even more interesting is the fact that the actor who portrays the character on the show is one of the writers of the title. John Barrowman partners with his sister, novelist Carole E. Barrowman, to bring the adventures of this complex character to the comics. Daniel Sampere (Green Arrow, Batgirl) provides pencils for issue #1.

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