After last month’s technical gaff that lead me to record my reviews straight from the dome, I decided to stick with the audio format and spice it up a little. However, I’m still here to give you what insight I have to this month’s Blu-ray releases. It’s a small but solid crop of movies: a wickedly fun made-for-TV movie helmed by one of the more well-respected horror directors and starring one of Hollywood’s finest actresses; an irreverent comedy/thriller getting the Blu-ray treatment for the first time since getting dumped to streaming over six years ago; a suspenseful and thrilling WWII film starring Burt Lancaster and God’s most perfect co-star, a train; and finally a documentary that became an instant classic after debuting back in 2018 to critical acclaim and has grown more resonant as the years have passed.
It was fun recording this and I hope that you maybe find something worth checking out in this month’s batch of Blu’s.
David Carter is a film lover and a menace. He plays jazz from time to time but asks you not to hold that against him. His taste in movies bounces from Speed Racer to The Holy Mountain and everything in between.