Here are our latest reviews of films on DVD.
Reviews of Classic Films
42nd Street: Iconic Musical of Depression Era
- Excerpt: 42nd Street, the 1933 Oscar nominee, may not be the best backstage musical but sure is the most iconic and best known of the early Depression era
Chimes at Midnight
Recent Home Video Releases
David Zucker and the Freeing of The Id
- Excerpt: Zucker’s best instincts are those that seek to throw a wrench into every single received convention we expect from genre movies, to call attention to their workings not in a way that provokes thought, but in a manner that hijacks the audience’s attention.
Other Reviews from 2014 and earlier
- Excerpt: Is it a celebration of slaughter or is it a powerful statement about America’s wars?
Chimes at Midnight (1965)
Hell to Eternity
Inside Llewyn Davis
The Last Run
- Excerpt: Downbeat but well-crafted crime thriller.
A Madea Christmas
Romeo and Juliet (1936)
Scream for Help
- Excerpt: Cinema Fearité Presents ‘Scream For Help’ – An Early Teen Horror Mystery From A Young Tom Holland