Reviews of two films making their Blu-ray debut via Mill Creek: Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot and Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain.
Rad is not a masterpiece, but it is a solid movie that gives you everything you expect from a 1980s sports movie.
Breach starts off a little slow, but it is an entertaining look at the effort it takes to catch a double agent.
A review of two February 2021 Blu-ray releases from Mill Creek Entertainment: The Cowboy Way and The Net/The Net 2.0 Double Feature.
Pyscho Goreman is a mixed bag, but it deserves a lot of credit for its genuinely unique take on the overdone kid befriends a creature genre.
A review of three new to Blu-ray releases from Mill Creek Entertainment: Like Father Like Son, Crossroads, and The Freshman.
A review of the 2020 sci-fi action movie Breach starring Cody Kearsley, Bruce Willis and Thomas Jane and directed by John Suits.
The Last Blockbuster is a compelling story about the rise and fall of the video rental industry and the one little store that defied the odds to remain open while the rest of the industry collapsed around it.
Archenemy is an interesting superhero story that has some good ideas, but the movie lacks focus at times leading to a disjointed movie.