An occasionally gruesome, mostly goofy delight.
A look at this week's boutique 4K and Blu-ray releases.
Peter Hyams' feature-film debut comes to Blu-ray.
A simple cat-and-mouse tale, solidly told.
A messy, but awesome, cross-cultural genesis.
Not campy enough to be so bad it's good.
An adaptation that only feels more and more exceptional as time passes.
The ruthless violence Bronson fans show up for, with a heaping dose of allegory.
A ceaselessly paced B-picture on a gorgeous Blu-ray.
For Universal horror completists only.