Reviews Archive

L’Innocente Blu-ray Review! JM says it’s a “spectacular transfer” and remains “an enticing, entertaining erotic film finishing off a distinguished director’s career.”

Although a founding father of the Italian Neo-Realism movement, Palme d’Or winning and Academy Award nominated director Luchino Visconti doesn’t get the respect he truly deserves. Thanks to a spectacular transfer and beautiful Blu-ray debut, “L’Innocente” might resurrect and introduce the phenomenal director to a new generation.

Widow of Silence Movie Review! JM says, it’s “a stunning story about social injustice with breathtaking cinematography”

“Widow of Silence” is a stunning story about social injustice with breathtaking cinematography. Clear your conscience and be prepared to open your heart with Praveen Morchhale’s latest effort. Death doesn’t come easy, especially for widows. Aasia’s (Shilpi Marwaha) husband disappeared several years ago in the Kashmir conflict,

House of Hummingbird Review! JM says, “Bora Kim’s ‘House of Hummingbird’ is a bold, beautiful coming-of-age and transcendent teenage story.”

Over the past 20 years, Korean cinema continually keeps transcending the Pacific and has delivered its latest gem with “House of Hummingbird.” Bora Kim’s “House of Hummingbird” is a bold, beautiful coming-of-age and transcendent teenage story. Taking place in 1994, Eun-Hee (Ji-hu Park) is a struggling student