Kevin Smith films revolutionized the world of home video during the DVD era with releases packed to the gills with introductions, bonus features, and more. Arrow Video takes the tradition several steps further with a lovingly comprehensive new limited edition Mallrats Blu-Ray set.
Skal took some time out of his busy schedule to speak with us about his process, the films we all love, and more.
The folks at Universal Pictures have worked hard cleaning up the Back to the Future trilogy for its 4K UHD debut, and they aren’t shy about showing off the results. The studio took the YouTube to show off the opening scene of the film in all of its 2160p glory.
Rarely does a 4K UHD package of a classic film hit this many of the right notes when it enters the marketplace. Arrow Video’s 4K UHD of Flash Gordon is the savior of the home video universe!
As evidenced by the trailer, director Thomas Hamilton was able to assemble a who’s who of Hollywood fans to discuss Karloff’s career and influence, as the star of Frankenstein, The Mummy, and countless others classic horror films.
What we ended up with was a movie that felt more like the original Resident Evil video game than any of the previous entries in the storied Jurassic Park franchise. Apparently, this didn’t work for everybody, but at least they tried something different!