Someone To Watch Over Me is a solid and kind of forgotten about romantic thriller that director Ridley Scott managed to make his own with his distinct visual style and some pretty decent and believable performances.
So many choices yet so little ‘shelf’ space to dedicate to those new Blu-rays. Here are our Top 6 Can’t Miss Blu-Ray Choices to add to your shelf in the month of April.
In a new feature here at That Shelf, we’ve got the cure for what ails you with our Top 6 Can’t Miss Blu-Ray Choices to add to your Shelf in the month of March.
Howling III is not a good film but you can at least appreciate based on a handful of set pieces and scenes that everyone involved was trying to make something fairly fun.
80s camp classic and Sunday afternoon cable stalwart, Teen Wolf gets the Collector's Edition Blu-ray treatment from Shout! Factory.
Shout! Factory's Collector's Edition Blu-ray of Slither showcases the gruesome roots of one of Marvel's most successful directors.
Shout! Factory just released a new Collectors' Edition Blu-ray of one of the most underrated efforts from the golden age of action movies, pick up Trespass the next chance you get.
Just in time for Mother’s Day comes Shout! Factory's lush Collector's Edition of quite possibly John Waters’ most accessible comedy, Serial Mom.
Shout! Factory releases the underrated Spike Lee-produced horror anthology Tales From The Hood on Blu-ray today, and their timing couldn't be better.
Shout! Factory releases their Collectors Editions of the Robocop sequels today. Robocop 2 holds up remarkably well, while the other disc examines what went wrong with 3.
Scream Factory have been kind enough to release both Poltergeist II and III on Blu-ray. Read our full review of the films and the discs!
Shout! Factory's Collector's Edition Blu-ray of the only Exorcist sequel that matters includes the long lost (superior?) director's cut known as Legion.
Shout Factory gives these most triumphant time travelers a Blu-ray box set they’ve always deserved.
The Empire Begins – The Alchemist (1983)!
Doug Tilley reviews Charles Band's Metal Storm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn (1983) as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective!