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Review: New on DVD for April 26 Special

This week’s releases include an unexpected performance by Richard Gere; a new horror movie to add to the Christmas watch list; the return of the “brothers-in-law”; and a slasher movie send-up.

Review: ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ leaves audiences out in the cold Special

‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ is a dreary sequel, which ironically matches its villain’s lack of passion as it goes through the motions of telling a mediocre story.

Review: Widespread corruption permeates this week’s new releases Special

This week’s releases include new seasons of a couple of standout HBO shows; new and classic horror movies; screen veterans reminding audiences of their talents; and a couple of despondent films from Russia.

Review: ‘The Jungle Book’ is a remake with stunning purpose Special

This live-action version of ‘The Jungle Book’ is a stunning adaptation that captures audience’s imaginations with a compelling story and engaging, albeit mostly CG, characters.

Review: New on DVD for April 12 Special

This week’s releases include the uncut versions of well-known tales; the third film in a martial arts saga; and a stylish take on a classic horror story.

Review: New on DVD for April 5 Special

This week’s releases include new adventures in a galaxy far, far away; excellent TV whether you enjoy comedy, drama or a bit of both; and a movie that plays with characters’ and viewers’ sense of reality.

Review: ‘Midnight Special’ is a unique tale of knowing and not knowing Special

‘Midnight Special’ chronicles the last leg of a boy’s journey as everyone tries to decide if he’s their son, saviour or destroyer.

Review: New on DVD for March 29 Special

This week’s releases include a couple of series with intriguing premises; the end to a dystopian saga; Quentin Tarantino’s latest venture; a meaningful biopic; and eye candy for adrenaline junkies.

Review: ‘Batman v Superman’ is flawed in the most predictable ways Special

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ brings one of the most anticipated superhero vs. superhero battles to the big screen – eventually – in a flawed but sufficiently entertaining popcorn movie.

Review: New on DVD for March 22 Special

This week’s releases include a couple of excellent TV series; a loyal adaptation of a childhood favourite; a comedy that exceeds expectations of hilariousness; and an Oscar winner’s feature follow-up.

Review: ‘The Divergent Series’ sacrifices ‘Allegiant’ for the big picture Special

‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’ lays the foundation for the franchise’s concluding chapter, comparably making it the weakest film in the group thus far.

Review: New on DVD for March 15 Special

This week’s releases include an Oscar-winning film with purpose; several one-man armies; a story of devotion and despair; and a well-crafted murder mystery.

Review: ‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ harbours many secrets under the surface Special

‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ isn’t your typical sequel and it’s the better for it as the tension in a bomb shelter begins to make the external threat seem tolerable.

Review: ‘Born to be Blue’ wants you to know there’s more to Chet Baker Special

‘Born to be Blue’ uses a difficult period in real-life jazz musician Chet Baker’s life to present a dreamy reimagining of the man behind the celebrity and legendary heroin addiction.

Review: New on DVD for March 8 Special

This week’s releases include the latest adventure of a group of woodland creatures; an over-the-top soap opera parody; the concluding season of a beloved TV comedy; a live event that reinvigorates a classic; and the true story behind a famous novel.

Review: ‘The Wave’ drops the disaster movie into international waters Special

‘The Wave’ is a Norwegian disaster movie based on a real-life threat to a picturesque tourist village that exists at the mercy of an unstable mountainside.

Review: No shortage of explosions in ‘London Has Fallen’ Special

‘London Has Fallen’ is a non-stop series of gunfights and explosions as a dedicated Secret Service agent once again protects the U.S. president from assassination.

‘Ghostbusters’ now taking calls in new trailer

The first full-length trailer for ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot features fantastic special effects and hints at a villain mastermind.

Review: First look at the ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot — Trailer

The beloved comedy classic gets the reboot treatment from some pretty big names in the comedy game. But will this new imagining of ‘Ghostbusters’ have the same wit as the original?

Review: A number of impressive performances in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an Oscar-winning turn by a talented actress; another film at the centre of the Oscar controversy; an entertaining retelling of tales from a galaxy far, far away; and a captivating cat-and-mouse chase through Belfast.

Review: ‘Only Yesterday’ gets new audience with English-dub Special

‘Only Yesterday’ is marking the anniversary of the picturesque but lesser known animation with a new English-language version.

Review: ‘Triple 9’s cast is more than a triple threat Special

‘Triple 9’ is one of the most thrilling heist movies to hit theatres in some time, capitalizing on its captivating cast to deliver a dark and concentrated crime drama.

Review: If only we could all fly like ‘Eddie the Eagle’ Special

‘Eddie the Eagle’ is the heartwarming true story of a young man who risked life and limb to achieve his dream of being an Olympian.

Review: New on DVD for February 23 Special

This week’s releases include a few animated films that will appeal to various ages; a grisly double feature about unrelated transformations; a loyal yet contemporary retelling of a classic story; and an accidental female action lead.

Review: ‘The Witch’ is creepy in ways totally unrelated to the title Special

‘The Witch’ is a skilfully creepy thriller that chronicles a family’s destruction triggered by supernatural interference or simple paranoia.

Review: New on DVD for February 16 Special

This week’s releases include real life stories that confound and inspire; thrillers with no bite; a classic example of TV decorum; several stories — old and new — that address racism; and selected works of an icon.

Review: ‘Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday’ coming to Netflix — Trailer

Not having starred in a feature film in nearly 30 years, Pee-Wee Herman and Netflix get nostalgic with ‘Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday’.

Review: ‘Hardcore Henry’ takes P.O.V. to a whole new level — Trailer

Just when we though action films have pushed the envelope to the limit, ‘Hardcore Henry’ decides to show us just how wrong we are.

Review: ‘Rams’ shows varied resilience in the face of conflict Special

‘Rams’ is an Icelandic drama that weaves a gripping story about two estranged brothers who find common ground when their ancestral sheep-stock is threatened.

Review: ‘Ava’s Possessions’ looks devilishly good — Trailer

A new twist on an old favorite, the horror/comedy ‘Ava’s Possessions’ takes a disturbingly funny look at life after exorcism.
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