Film and Television Reviews

Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the scoop on upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classics.

Avatar Blu-ray Review
Avatar 3D   Avatar Blu-ray Review
(John Delia)  10/29/2012 10:31 AM EST
Powerful, amazing, entertaining and captivating describes the way I feel about James Cameron's Avatar, a film that's a treat for sci-fi fans and action junkies around the world. Avatar has been recently released in a combo pack that includes Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD all in one box set. The movie gets a startlingly clear and clean transfe... Read More

Pete's Dragon Blu-ray Review
Pete's Dragon: 35th Anniversary Edition   Pete's Dragon Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  10/29/2012 9:32 AM EST
As a child, there were four films in constant rotation in my life: Return of the Jedi, The Secret of NIMH, The NeverEnding Story and Pete's Dragon. There were other movies scattered about as well. Some beloved, some not-so-beloved. But none were worn more ragged, none were more treasured, none more committed to memory than those four. In the ye... Read More

Magic Mike Blu-ray Review
Magic Mike   Magic Mike Blu-ray Review
(Sean Ferguson)  10/25/2012 9:21 AM EST
No cover charge, no stack of singles needed. This week Warner Brothers releases Steven Soderbergh's latest hit "Magic Mike" on Blu-ray to a local store near you. If you don't know about "Magic Mike" and its six-pack abed cast let me give you a quick idea of what this film is all about. Six men dance and strip down to a... Read More

The Great Mouse Detective Blu-ray Review
The Great Mouse Detective   The Great Mouse Detective Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  10/24/2012 8:37 AM EST
Sherlock Holmes is in the midst of yet another pop culture resurgence. Guy Ritchie and Robert Downey Jr. have brought the titular master sleuth back to the big screen. Twice. Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have transplanted Holmes and Watson into the modern age in the BBC's terrific Sherlock series. And Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu are giving ... Read More

Touch DVD Review
Touch: The Complete First Season   Touch DVD Review
(John Delia)  10/19/2012 11:13 AM EST
Made up one of the most challenging and intriguing plots to come along, Touch: The First Complete Season is now available on DVD and Blu-ray in box sets.  The weekly show that aired in 2012 has a lot of suspense, brain teasing and love between a father and son.  I like the series, not only for the acting, but the originality and uniquenes... Read More

People Like Us Blu-ray Review
People Like Us   People Like Us Blu-ray Review
(John Delia)  10/19/2012 9:09 AM EST
The inspirational film People Like Us has been released in a Blu-ray Combo pack with some very nice bonus features.  It's a good film with an emotional story that's well acted and directed.  A chick flick of sorts, the movie should have a high appeal from the 25 and older target market. Inspired by a true story the movie finds down o... Read More

Chernobyl Diaries Blu-ray Review
Chernobyl Diaries   Chernobyl Diaries Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  10/18/2012 7:58 AM EST
Even for fans of "extreme tourism," spending an afternoon in a deserted city surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear power plant hardly sounds like a jolly holiday. Within minutes of setting off with shady tour guide Uri (Dimitri Diatchenko), four American twenty-something tourists and two European backpackers are in for more than the promised ... Read More

Moonrise Kingdom Blu-ray Review
Moonrise Kingdom   Moonrise Kingdom Blu-ray Review
(Sean Ferguson)  10/17/2012 9:12 PM EST
Ever wish to go back to the fantasy childhood you never had? In Wes Anderson's newest film released to Blu-ray "Moonrise Kingdom" you get to travel back in time to 1965 to the island of New Penzance, where you get to follow the childhood adventures of Sam, a troubled young man who has been unsuccessfully trying to fit in as a Khaki Sc... Read More

Iron Sky Blu-ray Review
Iron Sky   Iron Sky Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  10/15/2012 10:41 AM EST
For sheer audacity of premise, you'd be hard pressed to come up with a more outrageous setup than that which is front and center in Iron Sky. In this film's (literally) lunatic alternate universe, a horde of Nazis has managed to get to the dark side of the moon during the closing days of World War II, building a swastika shaped moon base wh... Read More

The Raven Blu-ray Review
The Raven   The Raven Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  10/15/2012 8:09 AM EST
"The Raven" should be a lot more entertaining than it actually is. Playing out the final days of writer Edgar Allan Poe, the movie turns the author into a detective of sorts, playing up the man's expertise with macabre situations as he races to save a damsel in distress. After all, who's more skilled at catching murderers than a man who's... Read More

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