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 Review :: The Commuter

Review :: The Commuter

By JC Alvarez | Apr 17
Liam Neeson is back in the heart-stopping action-thriller "The Commuter" available now on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD! Better get your ticket -- this is one dangerously intense ride you don't want to miss!

 Review :: The Post

Review :: The Post

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 17
"The Post" recounts the simultaneous crossroads faced by both the now-nationally important newspaper and neophyte owner Kay Graham. It's also the first example of head-on cinematic resistance to Trumpism. Heroism, then, all around.

 Review :: Killer Klowns From Outer Space

Review :: Killer Klowns From Outer Space

By Ken Tasho | Apr 13
This 1988 film is a visual extravaganza, thanks in large part to Arrow Video's stunning 4k restoration. Circus alien clowns have never looked so colorful before.

 Review :: The Rider

Review :: The Rider

By Greg Vellante | Apr 13
A careful and tender examination of soul-searching in the American Heartland, ChloƩ Zhao's "The Rider" reminds us of universal truths inherent in all of us.

 Review :: The Greatest Showman

Review :: The Greatest Showman

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 13
America is the land of second acts.

 Review :: Wildling

Review :: Wildling

By Kevin Taft | Apr 13
The "sexual awakening as werewolf" metaphor is back in a tepid tale that benefits from a good lead performance.

 Review :: Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami

Review :: Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami

By Louise Adams | Apr 13
The original Black Panther, Grace Jones, is captured in Sophie Fiennes slice-of-life documentary.

 Review :: The Judge

Review :: The Judge

By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 13
This is the story of the appointment of the first female judge in the Shari'a Courts in Palestine's West Bank, which was a major break from tradition.

Review :: In The Fade

By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 13
Diane Kruger picked up a Cannes Best Actress Award for her performance in this year's Academy Award Winner for Best Foreign Film for this fast-paced deadly drama

 Review :: Marrowbone

Review :: Marrowbone

By Kevin Taft | Apr 13
A dramatic horror film about a family trying to escape their past, "Marrowbone" has a few creepy elements and nice production values that make it stand out as a well-made gothic thriller.

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