DVD Round-Up: 'Pacific Rim: Uprising,' 'Unsane,' 'The Death of Stalin,' 'Dark Matter,' & 'Doctor Who'
Week of June 19, 2018
June 17, 2018
This week’s home entertainment releases include the action-packed Pacific Rim: Uprising, a Steven Soderbergh film that was shot entirely on a iPhone, and my favorite film of the year so far, a wickedly dark satire from the creator of Veep that is based on a French graphic novel about the power struggle following the death of Stalin, plus the final season of the sci-fi series Dark Matter, and a new high-def restoration of the classic Tom Baker Doctor Who episodes.
Behind Dominant Month for Marvel
June 15, 2018
Two things that haven’t been happening with much regularity came together in comic stores in May, as comics and graphic novel sales rose for a second straight month, and Marvel had a dominant month.
DVD Round-Up: 'Game Night,' 'Red Sparrow,' 'Early Man,' 'Wonderstruck,' 'Justice League Action,' & 'The Loud House'
Week of May 22, 2018
May 20, 2018
While there are no big names in this week’s home entertainment releases there are a lot of decent offerings including John Francis Daley’s black comedy Game Night, a sexy Jennifer Lawrence espionage film, the delightful Nick Park stop motion-animated Early Man, Todd Haynes’ unjustly neglected Wonderstruck, plus the heavily-populated DC cartoon series Justice League Action , and the popular Nickelodeon hit, The Loud House.
DVD Round-Up: 'Hostiles,' 'Maze Runner,' 'Paddington 2,' 'Static Shock,' 'The Dogfather,' & 'Sailor Moon'
Week of April 24, 2018
April 22, 2018
This week's home entertainment releases include a surprisingly accomplished and powerful contemporary western, the final Maze Runner film, a rare sequel ( Paddington 2 ) as good or better than the original, the final season of the Static Shock animated series, two classic parody cartoon series from the 1970s, and the HD debut of one of the most popular seasons of the original Sailor Moon anime.
'Downplay the Collector Market' (with Lots of Pics!)
April 13, 2018
Luchins says he actively downplays collectability and single issues overall.