David Warner

The Man With Two Brains

September 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

As part of their Archive Collection, Warner Brothers Home Entertainment has just released Carl Reiner’s 1983 cult comedy The Man With Two Brains. It marks the movie’s first release in high definition and I was eager to dive right in. The Man With Two [...]

The Omen Collection

October 13, 2008 // 0 Comments

Arriving for the first time on Blu-Ray, "The Omen Collection" offers us all four Omen films in high definition glory in one single box set. While the early Omen" movies are still considered landmark films and genre classics, the 2006 remake [...]


May 14, 2008 // 0 Comments

As a teenager in 1978 I witnessed a TV mini-series that shook me to my foundation. For the first time the atrocities of the Nazi Regime, the horrors of the Jewish genocide were driven home to me in a matter that was tangible. Not the dry dissertation in [...]

The Omen: Collector's Edition

June 26, 2006 // 0 Comments

Between the late sixties and mid seventies, a trio of religious-themed horror films infiltrated American movie theaters. Decades later, these films have lingered in our collective consciousness and each one, in their own right, have become models of the [...]

Time Bandits

February 5, 2004 // 0 Comments

Terry Gilliam’s ’Time Bandits’ is making a return to DVD in a Special Edition from Anchor Bay. The quirky film about a kid getting lost in time with a bunch of wee thieves on a crime spree through the ages. Visiting Napoleon, Agamemnon, Robin Hood [...]

Planet Of The Apes

December 21, 2001 // 0 Comments

There’s so much in 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment’s new "Planet of the Apes" DVD that if I don’t get right to it right away, we all might meet our extinction before this review is over. It’s 2029 when the USAF research space station [...]

The Omen

August 15, 2000 // 0 Comments

When it came to the horror genre, the early 70s were not exactly an era in which the genre saw many quality releases, with the exception of "The Exorcist, " a movie that set entirely new standards and changed the definition of filmed horror. [...]

The Man With Two Brains

May 20, 1999 // 0 Comments

The disc contains a good pan & scan transfer of the film. Originally framed at a 1.85:1 aspect ratio, the film loses a bit of the picture information on the sides, but it nevertheless creates an actually pleasing image without overly noticeable loss. [...]