DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Ninja Scroll
In his very first review of an animated movie, Andy takes a look back at the acclaimed 1993 Japanese anime film, Ninja Scroll
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Black Out
In the spirit of crime thrillers like Memento
and comedies like The Hangover
and Dude, Where's My Car?
, Andy reviews the 2012 Dutch action/crime comedy Black Out
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Ip Man
This twentieth episode is the biggest one yet as Andy explores the legend of Ip Man, the renowned martial artist, grandmaster of Wing Chun, and most famously, Bruce Lee's first teacher.
DVD Shelf Top Spots: Top 10 Hidden Gems
In this episode of The DVD Shelf Top Spots, Andy counts down ten great films that either didn't make a big splash at the box-office upon their initial release or ones that continue to not get enough love.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: The Lives of Others
In this episode, Andy takes a look at the compelling Oscar-winning German spy drama, The Lives Of Others
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
In this episode, Andy rings in the holidays with quite the unconventional Christmas flick – the Finnish dark fantasy film Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
DVD Shelf Top Spots: Top 10 Revenge Scenes
The premiere episode of The DVD Shelf Top Spots is a bloody good time as Andy counts down ten of his favorite revenge scenes from modern foreign films!
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Fulltime Killer
In this episode, Andy reviews the 2001 Hong Kong action thriller Fulltime Killer
, a tale of two hitmen starring Andy Lau and Takashi Sorimachi.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Black Sheep
In this episode, Andy reviews the outrageous 2006 horror/comedy from New Zealand about, you guessed it, killer zombie sheep.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: The Ong-Bak Trilogy
The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix returns with a swift kick to the face as Andy reviews Ong-Bak
, the 2003 high-octane martial arts action sensation from Thailand, along with its two subpar sequels.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
Foreign Flix Andy looks at the feature film debut of British director Guy Ritchie, whose signature chaotic filmmaking style is already very evident here in his first major directing effort.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Brotherhood of the Wolf
Andy reviews the 2001 French action/horror film Brotherhood of the Wolf
and discusses the real-life series of 18th century killings that inspired the story of this historical thriller.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Wu Xia (Dragon)
On this episode, our host reviews the 2011 Chinese martial arts action film, Wu Xia
, known as Dragon
in the United States, which is a very loose retelling of David Cronenberg's A History of Violence
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: The City of Violence
In this episode of DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, South Korea brings us the 2006 martial arts action crime thriller The City of Violence
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Red Cliff
The milestone tenth installment of DVD Shelf Foreign Flix is the biggest episode yet as ancient Chinese history and legends are brought to life in the epic two-part war drama Red Cliff
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Troll Hunter
This episode will whisk you away to the dark woods of Norway as three college students with a camera follow a grizzled exterminator who spends his nights tracking down the elusive troll.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: The Rebel
This episode brings you the 2007 Vietnamese historical action epic The Rebel
, which tells the harrowing story of a Vietnamese martial artist during the country’s 1920s-era French occupation.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Hanna
Follow the thrilling exploits of a young trained warrior as she experiences the modern world for the first time in her life and relax while host Andy Snyder discusses Joe Wright's Hanna
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Battle Royale
This episode of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix goes head-to-head in a bloody fight for survival with the controversial Japanese thriller Battle Royale
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: District B13
France proves that it can pull off high-stakes action with the Luc Besson-produced 2004 thriller District B13
, which pits a streetwise punk and an undercover cop against a dangerous mob within the gated-off ghettos of Paris.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Infernal Affairs
The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix kicks off the new year with a look at the famed 2002 Chinese crime thriller Infernal Affairs
. This film would go on to inspire the main premise behind Martin Scorsese's The Departed
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: 2LDK
In this episode of DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, you’re invited to 2LDK
, a two bedroom apartment shared by two young aspiring actresses who are competing for the same big break.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Downfall
In this episode of DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, you'll learn all about the powerful 2004 German drama Downfall
, the Oscar-nominated examination of the most famous dictator's final days.
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: The Raid - Redemption
The DVD Shelf extends its reach across the world with the premiere episode of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix! Your new host will bring a strong love for cinema produced outside of the United States and recommend an endless slew of films from anywhere on Earth!