LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Director’s Cut Blu-ray Review

     February 6, 2015

Little Shop of Horrors isn’t the first film with a lost alternate ending, but it’s certainly one of the most interesting. Having stuck resolutely to the downbeat absurdity of the source material, director Frank Oz needed to make an abrupt …

SPACEBALLS Blu-ray Review

     February 6, 2015

Mel Brooks peaked. He peaked in 1974, when both Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein came out. I love the man, he could be amazing, but that is the high point of his career. Seriously, that’s Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List …