Robert Carlyle

“Once Upon A Time” continues on Blu-Ray and DVD

June 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

ABC Studios and Walt Disney Home Entertainment have just added Once Upon A Time: The Complete Fourth Season to their line-up, scheduling the magical TV show for release on Blu-Ray Disc and DVD in August. Love. As seductive and dangerous as magic, this [...]

Once Upon A Time: The Complete Third Season

September 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

One of the more intriguing shows on the abc network has been “Once Upon A Time” for the past years. Unlike its ugly, sloppy and seriously flawed simulacrum “Grimm” on NBC, “Once Upon A Time” has very quickly caught my imagination with its main [...]

28 Weeks Later

October 8, 2007 // 0 Comments

When "28 Days Later" first hit theaters and home video, a lot of horror fans were surprised by the visceral impact the movie had and how it evolved the zombie genre. While not a zombie film in the strictest of senses, the themes were very [...]

Angela’s Ashes

August 1, 2000 // 0 Comments

The art of transferring a book to the silver screen is fraught with peril. Too often the results simply don’t live up to expectations. When the book in question is a runaway bestseller, Pulitzer Prize winner, and flat out cultural phenomena then the [...]

The Beach

June 30, 2000 // 0 Comments

I had no idea what expect when I first saw "The Beach, " 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment’s latest DVD outing. From the trailers I had seen before, it almost seemed like a romantic movie down the lines of "Blue Lagoon, " but [...]

The World Is Not Enough

April 28, 2000 // 0 Comments

For the third time Pierce Brosnan is taking on the part of Ian Fleming’s James Bond in the 19th installment of the highly successful series of movies, "The World Is Not Enough." Progressing with the notion to develop Bond a little further, [...]

The Full Monty

October 26, 1999 // 0 Comments

When most people think of Oscar-caliber films, they think of huge, sweeping epics, or serious, hard-to-follow films. Which is why I think most were surprised by "The Full Monty" a few years ago. The movie is exceedingly simple and subtle and [...]