DVD Exposes Neo-Nazi Enclave in North Dakota

  Welcome to Leith DVD Review by Kam Williams DVD Exposes Neo-Nazi Enclave in North Dakota Does the name Craig Cobb ring a bell? It didn’t for me either. But the notorious white supremacist is on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s watch list of the Top Ten most dangerous racists in America.  He also mentored […]

Docudrama Recounts Ordeal of Mom Held Hostage by Rapist Murderer

  Captive DVD Review by Kam Williams Docudrama Recounts Ordeal of Mom Held Hostage by Rapist Murderer On March 11, 2005, Brian Nichols (David Oyelowo) was being escorted from jail to the Fulton County Courthouse where he was set to go on trial for assault, kidnapping and rape. But en route to the courtroom, he […]

Visually-Captivating Drama Recreates Philippe Petit’s Daring Feat

  The Walk DVD Review by Kam Williams Visually-Captivating Drama Recreates Philippe Petit’s Daring Feat In 1968, Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) a struggling juggler, mime, magician and trapeze artist decided to elevate his game, literally, by stringing his tightrope between the tops of the Twin Towers. The World Trade Center was yet to be erected, […]

Peter Pan Prequel Speculates about Forever Young Boy’s Roots

  Pan DVD Review by Kam Williams Peter Pan Prequel Speculates about Forever Young Boy’s Roots   Everyone’s familiar with Peter Pan, the much-beloved children’s classic revolving around the magical adventures of a little boy who can fly and won’t grow up. In fact, the fanciful character is so deeply woven into the cultural fabric […]

Power of Prayer Proves Pivotal in Prodigal Husband Parable

  War Room DVD Review by Kam Williams Power of Prayer Proves Pivotal in Prodigal Husband Parable In 2011, Pastor Alex Kendrick produced, directed, wrote and starred in Courageous, a very compelling, action-oriented, faith-based drama. With War Room, he’s opted to play only a supporting role in the flick, thereby freeing himself to focus more […]

This Critic’s Favorite Documentary of the Year Released on DVD

  He Named Me Malala DVD Review by Kam Williams   This Critic’s Favorite Documentary of the Year Released on DVD Malala Yousafzai was named after a girl who spoke out and was killed for speaking out. That folk hero was a flag-bearing teenager who perished in 1880 while rallying fellow Pashtun resistance fighters to […]

Marvel Comics Adaptation Comes to Home Video

  Fantastic Four DVD Review by Kam Williams Marvel Comics Adaptation Comes to Home Video Marvel Comics’ first brought the Fantastic Four to the big screen a decade ago, and followed it up with a sequel a couple years later. Since neither generated much in the way of audience enthusiasm, 20th Century Fox has now […]

Adaptation of Memoir about Miraculous Recovery Released on DVD

  90 Minutes in Heaven DVD Review by Kam Williams Adaptation of Memoir about Miraculous Recovery Released on DVD Traveling Pastor Don Piper was thinking about having his own congregation on his way home from a Christian convention when fate intervened in tragic fashion. His car was crushed so badly by a tractor trailer that […]