Category Archives: Blu Ray
The Cabin in the Woods RULES. Like, hardcore. And the blu ray release is pretty sweet, too.
Snow White and the Huntsman is just a so-so movie. It focuses on so many of the parts of the story that most of us really couldn’t care less about. Also, apparently, there’s some controversy about Kristin Stewart gettin’ a little too friendly with the director in her off time? Hmm, wonder why I didn’t hear about that… Maybe ’cause I don’t care. But anyway, it’s a great blu ray. Not quite as good as its magical counterpart, Mirror Mirror, either as a film or a blu ray – but very impressive nonetheless.
Safe is an odd movie, to be sure, but one of Jason Statham’s most interesting films stylistically. A lot of that has to do with writer/director Boaz Yakin’s insight into the aesthetics and inspirations, both of the film as a whole and of Statham’s performance in particular. It’s a decent offering from Lionsgate Films, a studio that’s become known for delivering fairly high quality movies for pretty meager price tags.