New to Blu-ray/DVD: Triple 9

Triple 9 (Universal Home Entertainment) is, on the surface, a B movie with familiar trappings — a robbery, betrayal, a femme fatale. An unusually impressive roster of actors, however, elevates what otherwise might be a mediocre picture to one that demands attention.


TV Recap: Brooklyn Nine-Nine: 9 Days (3.12)

While in the middle of solving a high-profile mafia-related case, Holt and Jake contract a case of the mumps and decide to be quarantined together. They think they’ll have the energy to find Joey Girabaldi while the illness runs its course but must ultimately battle a concerned Amy and the rigors of high fevers and huge goiters to get results. Incoherent and lost In their own illness-ridden minds, time seems to be running out…


Green Room: A Brutally Delivered Adrenaline Shot of Animalistic Fear

Fearing for a character’s life is a feeling like no other, imbued with animalistic worry and a sense that you, the viewer, must come to grips with death’s grim reality right alongside them. But it’s not just a matter of character development or an immediately likable personality you’d hate to see gone, it’s …