Oct 26, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

To say expectations were low for It's hard to believe that the kid in The Gate grew up to play the big bad in Blade. Stephen Dorff plays Glen, a kid in the suburbs who meets creatures in his backyard. Sound familiar? Well, these creatures don't like Reese's Pieces, and they emerge from a hell gate conjured from a European heavy metal album! More

Adventureland Blu-ray/DVD

Studio: Miramax

Oct 06, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

The tradition of the hanging-out movie continues with Greg Mottola's Adventureland, which along with his previous effort, Superbad, joins the ranks of films such as Dazed and Confused and American Graffiti in which nothing much happens, but everything happens.  More

I Love You, Man

Studio: Paramount

Oct 05, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

“I’m slappin’ the bass, man!” That line from Paul Rudd alone makes I Love You, Man worth seeing. Fortunately, director and co-writer John Hamburg’s bromance is solid all the way through remains one of the better films of 2009. More

Sep 30, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

After the disappointing Green Lantern: First Flight, Warner Premiere needed a hit, and they have one in the brief but enjoyable Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. The direct-to-DVD feature (if you can call it a feature-its running time is 67 minutes) is based on the Superman/Batman line of comics from writer Jeph Loeb and concerns a universe where Lex Luthor is president and declares Superman and Batman enemies of the state. More

Away We Go Blu-ray

Studio: Universal

Sep 29, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

Sam Mendes has followed up the insufferable Revolutionary Road with this precious-fest that is slack, lazy, and devoid of passion. More

Crank 2: High Voltage DVD

Studio: Lionsgate

Sep 08, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

Fuck you Chelios! More

Rudo y Cursi Blu-ray

Studio: Sony

Aug 27, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

The easiest way to describe Rudo y Cursi is that it’s a passion project for everyone involved. The two stars, Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna, give excellent performances as soccer-playing brothers dealing with their demons. More

Aug 19, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

Warner Premiere follows up the very good Wonder Woman with one of their most disappointing efforts yet. Green Lantern: First Flight is an all too brief and overstuffed attempt to do animated justice to the comic book fan favorite character Green Lantern. More

Revolutionary Road DVD

Studio: Paramount

Aug 18, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

Making movies is a business. Summer movies appeal to the thrill-seekers in us and make a ton of money during the hot months as moviegoers flock to air conditioned theatres to escape from reality. The fall and winter months bring us big stars and big drama, and even though some of these films are amazing, others are laborious and pointless, and it seems like their primary reason to be made is to garner sympathetic critic approval, award attention, and dollars—in a word, Oscar bait. Revolutionary Road is this kind of movie. More