Scoob! (2020) – Blu-Ray Review

I have been a Scooby-Doo (voiced originally by Don Messick and now by the one and only Frank Welker (who played the original Fred Jones, and transitioned to Scooby in 2002)), fan since I first discovered him in the mid-70s as I spent Saturday mornings (the only time cartoons were on back in the day)…

Green Zone (2010) – Paul Greengrass

Paul Greengrass who guided Matt Damon through The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, and later Jason Bourne guides the same actor through this war thriller that comes off the What Else to Watch list following my screening of The Hurt Locker as recommended by DK Books’ highly entertaining The Movie Book. Miller (Damon) is an…

Star Trek: Discovery (2018) – Blu-Ray

The most controversial incarnation of Star Trek has come to blu-ray as season one comes home from Paramount Pictures. Featuring a gorgeous picture and sound transfer, no matter where you stand on the show itself, it looks and sounds amazing. Set after Star Trek: Enterprise, and a decade before The Original Series this incarnation of…

Toronto Comic Con 2016

  Convention season is upon us once again, and Sue and I were delighted to be given press passes to cover the first big one of the year, here in the Big Smoke, the Toronto Comic Con. Stretching wonderfully over three days, beginning on Friday last, and running to the end of Sunday the 20th,…

Armageddon (1998) – Michael Bay

  The 101 Action Movies brings us another Michael Bay cotton candy confection of entertainment featuring an extinction level event, too-rapid cutting, cardboard characters, a power ballad, an all-star cast, and a number of well-placed American flags to show how noble and amazing they are. Bruce Willis leads the cast, playing Harry Stamper an oil…

Black Hawk Down (2001)

So as Prometheus draws one day closer, I wanted to watch another of my Ridley Scott faves – so I settled in for Black Hawk Down. This movie is fantastic! But I only own it on DVD, as I refuse to upgrade my copy to blu-ray until Sony releases the deluxe edition as opposed to…