GRIMM: Midseason Review for Season 2

At the end of season 1, Nick’s (Nick Giuntoli) life as a Grimm had finally started to leave a mark in his life. Adalind’s vendetta against him resulted in his girlfriend, Juliette, falling into a coma moments before he was about to tell her the truth about being a Grimm. Nick’s partner on the police force, Hank, was having trouble reconciling what is true and what isn’t after accidentally seeing Monroe as a Blutbad. Not to mention, Nick’s mother has now returned after being presumed dead for years. Monroe and Rosalee are the only two leaving relatively unscathed at the end of the season as they are happily together, but they are still in...

Blu-ray Review: PET SEMATARY

Release Date: Oct 2nd, 2012 Paramount Home Entertainment Pet Sematary was originally released in 1989, based on the novel by Stephen King, and has been recently re-released on blu-ray. This classic horror film follows the Creed family as they relocate to a rural house near a pet cemetery whose resurrecting possibilities prove too tempting for father Louis (Dale Midkiff) to avoid after a series of tragedies. The plot will be familiar to many horror fans both from those familiar with King’s tale or other films that have rehashed the Indian burial ground story. It may not be the best of the prolific writer’s stories nor the best film...

Blu-ray Review: ONCE UPON A TIME The Complete Firs...

Buena Vista Home Entertainment Release Date: Aug 28th, 2012 For those who have yet to see the first season of ONCE UPON A TIME, it follows Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) as she moves to the quaint, small town of Storybrooke, Maine after the son (Jared Gilmore) she gave up for adoption ten years prior comes to her for help. The town is inhabited by fairytale characters that are unaware of their true identities and unable to find a happy ending due to a curse placed on them by the Evil Queen. Emma is the only one who can break the curse, if only she can be convinced that it truly exists, and her stay in Storybrooke pits her against Regina...

DVD Review: DETENTION

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Release date: July 31st DETENTION is a horror-comedy from director Joseph Kahn, based on a script he co-wrote with Mark Palermo. When someone dressed as cinema horror villain Cinderhella begins killing high school students, its down to clumsy vegetarian Riley Jones (Shanley Caswell) and the optimistic, popular Clapton Davis (Josh Hutcherson) to save their futures and everyone’s lives, if they can escape a lengthy Saturday detention the runs through prom. Then, add into the mix a time-traveling bear, a boy with fly blood in his veins, the hint of a 90’s teen movie, and some alien intrigue for good measure....

DVD Review: LOCKOUT

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Release Date: July 17th, 2012 In LOCKOUT, ex-CIA agent Snow (Guy Pearce) must infiltrate a maximum security prison and save the president’s daughter, Emilie (Maggie Grace), from a hostage situation during mass break-out in order to clear his name after he is wrongly accused of murder. To add to the mayhem, the prison is on a space station and part of a new initiate that keeps inmates in a cryogenically frozen stasis that can cause dementia and madness. Snow only has so much time to save Emilie from a group of inmates led by a cold-blooded criminal (Vincent Regan) and his deranged, psychotic brother (Joseph...