Daphne and Velma from Scooby Doo fame team up for the first time in this live action prequel that puts a modern spin on the classic animated characters.
I highly recommend the DC Super Hero Girls franchise to anyone with little ones who might be interested in various DC Comics characters.
If there has been a singular defining moment in Marvel’s history of superhero films it’s not the Infinity Wars which they’ve billed as ‘the most ambitious crossover ever’ — it’s Black Panther.
For anyone who unreservedly adored the film, this pick-up is a no-brainer. There are so many small details and thoughtful elements packing into the extras that it can only deepen and expand appreciation for The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro’s love letter to monsters (literally).
The Last Jedi has some amazing scenes, unexpectedly great humor, and one of the best casts of characters to ever grace the Star Wars franchise. It is available digitally and in a blu-ray combo pack today!
Pitch Perfect 3 is a fitting end to the a capella franchise which mixed humor and music in a way that captivated fans for years. But the movie also does something impressive – it reinvents the series for their final performance.
Lady and the Tramp is a great pick for fans of classic Disney films looking to revisit their own childhood or share a great film with their own kids. Definitely check it out. It’s out now on blu-ray combo pack!
Coco is going to be a must-have addition to any family film collection. It’s a colorful, musical adventure that everyone will enjoy and it’s emphasis on the importance of family will resonate with viewers of all ages. (A review copy was provided for the purpose of this review.)
Based in part on the comic book one-shot of the same name, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight envisions a very different Batman than the one most people know and love.
Scooby-Doo and the rest of the gang meet Batman in their latest team up, Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, a straight-to-DVD adventure where the world’s greatest detective and these meddling kids take on a literal ghost from Batman’s past! (A review copy was provided by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment!)