Psychological thrillers, if done in a slipshod fashion, can turn downright cheesy and uninspired within a moment’s notice. Director Kim Farrant’s Angel of Mine is an elevated execution of the genre that is highlighted by Noomi Rapace’s bold and unhinged performance. The feature hit Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital this week, and it’s definitely worth a look if thrillers (and Rapace) are your cup of tea.
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One of the welcome aspects behind Ma lies in its reunion between The Help collaborators Octavia Spencer and Tate Taylor. Spencer also produced Ma, which also co-stars up and coming actress Diana Silvers, who also worked on Tate’s next film Eve. But wait, let’s rewind a little bit . . .
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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, which centers on Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston’s (Luke Evans) creation of Wonder Woman, hits Blu-ray and DVD January 30 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Details on the disc are found after the jump.
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Beauty and the Beast, one of this year’s most anticipated films, may be a grand romance and adventure. However, it also manages to subtly spotlight the importance of reading and expanding one’s knowledge and imagination. Audio from Emma Watson, as she talks about how Paige O’Hara influenced her as a child, is found after the jump.
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