For one night only fans and newcomers alike were able to experience Scarface on the big screen. The film received the special treatment as an anniversary gift and celebration of it’s release into High Definition on Blu-ray. Check out the Scarface Limited Edition Humidor Gift Set post for information on
Coen Brothers Collection Blu-ray In part two of the Coen Brothers Blu-ray Summer we take a look at the remaining films (including [amazon_link id=”B004RQDQIQ” target=”_blank” ]Miller’s Crossing Blu-ray[/amazon_link]) of the Coen Brother Collection Blu-ray set leading towards the final Blu-ray release of the Coens Summer Blu-rays, a 10th anniversary selection
Coen Brothers – Blu-ray Summer The catalog of quality films from the Coen Brothers has always been somewhat slow to appease it’s fan-base in the non-theatrical sense. Slow to make it to DVD and in-turn slow to finally make it to HD on Blu-ray. Part of this has to do
Scarface Humidor Gift Set Scarface is on of the most powerful and well-acted “gangster” films of all time. Now, Universal celebrates this classic Al Pacino with the Scarface Limited Edition Humidor Gift Set. Below is the Universal Studio promo video. The Scarface Humidor Gift set not only includes a remastered
I queued up 44 Inch Chest for a couple of reasons. The first being the amazing cast that it had listed, not the least of which are Ray Winstone and Ian McShane. The second reason would be that I have enjoyed many of the British Gangster films from the more
I have heard a lot of people talk about The Last Starfighter as a “guilty pleasure”. I definitely won’t call it that. I have very few guilty pleasures in life as I feel no guilt for the things I have liked in my lifetime (well in film and music anyway…).
**** Update – Check out the review on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo sequel, the Girl who Played with Fire now! **** Two quick reviews for you guys of The Warlords and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on Bluray. Also, I just received the God of War Collection from
Hey folks, this evening I wanted to share two mini-reviews for a movie and a game. The movies is Moon and the game is Darksiders, hence the oh-so-clever post title. For you non-gamers, I will start with the Moon review. Moon – Sam Rockwell I finally got to watch Moon