Meticulously designed for those who like their movies with turtlenecks and cappuccinos.
Is he gay? Is he drunk? Is he a skunk? Find a special little place in your heart for Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow.
The only thing that’s freaky about this DVD package is director Mark Waters’s inability to blink his eyes. Not to be missed!
It’s the hilarious 1940s dialogue like “Aw, you dames are sure screwy” that makes the film so fun to watch.
There’s no denying that this overlooked 1940 gem is essentially two films in one.
While there’s no commentary track to sell some prospective buyers, I’d keep this DVD edition solely for the awesome interactive menus.
If your taboo zone is in fact the bathroom or you like making jokes about what comes out of your body and into your toilet bowl, Dreamcatcher is for you.
Not since last year’s Vanilla Sky has Paramount offered the kind of top-notch video and sound transfer available on this DVD edition.
It remains a treat for fans of cheesy science fiction and Charlton's Heston's blustery, pseudo-messianic '70s-era heroes.
If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends, make it last forever, friendship never ends.
It champions film’s transcendent power to enhance one’s appreciation of life’s boundless wonders.
The conflict between Hendry and Carrington is one between Force and Reason.
There’s no denying that this chilling Hawks production is a must-see for science fiction and horror aficionados.