Although it’s purposefully abrasive and assuredly made with bad taste connoisseurs in mind, writer-director Brian Taylor’s gleefully deranged horror-comedy Mom and Dad is a chaotic blast from start to finish
Releasing quietly to select theatres and VOD this weekend is the lightweight comedy Ordinary World, the leading man debut of Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong. It’s not unlikable, but it also isn’t anything remotely new, original, or worthwhile.
New on DVD and Blu-ray, Hellboy returns to the streets of Manhattan, trying to keep one psycho elf from destroying humanity. While over in George Lucas‘ ever-expanding sequel reality, Star Wars: The Clone Wars takes the universe in an animated direction, sending Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi off for another adventure aimed at selling more toys and a TV series.