Mission: Impossible Fallout (2018) – Blu-Ray

Paramount Pictures invites you to bring home the next (and biggest – to date) assignment from the IMF as Mission: Impossible Fallout comes home on blu-ray. We’ve followed Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise)  since 1996, over the course of fifth films, and now, the sixth film, is probably the biggest, most impressive entry into the franchise…

Game Night (2018): Blu-Ray Review

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams are Max and Annie in Warner Brothers’ Game Night, which comes home on DVD and Blu-Ray today. They and their group of friends have a regular game night, but tonight their game takes on a new level when they find themselves caught up in an actual mystery. The game night…

Annihilation (2014) – Jeff VanderMeer

Full disclosure: I had never heard of this book until I saw the trailer for this movie from the writer and director of Ex Machina, the visuals looked amazing, and the ambiguity and mystery conveyed by the short teaser drove me out to find a copy of the Southern Reach trilogy right away. Annihilation is…

Pixar’s Coco Trailer

I love my Pixar films, and look forward to each new film fervently. Coco, directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina looks to be a new kind of experience with that same Pixar heart. I can’t wait to see this one! Check out the new trailer below:

Trailer Tracks: Insomnia (2002) – Christopher Nolan

Robin Williams. Everyone thinks he was just a comedian, but he was a Julliard trained actor, and he could bring out his dramatic chops when he needed to, and he went head to head with Al Pacino in Nolan’s thriller…

Trailer Tracks: Hook (1991) – Steven Spielberg

Continuing my nod to Robin Williams… I’m still trying to process the fact that he’s gone… here’s a film that I so related to him in. I’ve always been young at heart, and definitely like to keep my inner child alive, so there’s a Peter Pan quality there… and his rediscovery of that in himself…