In this third installment of the rebooted Star Trek film series (which began with J.J. Abrams's Star Trek in 2009), Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) struggles with a personal crisis as he and the crew of the Enterprise are attacked by a dictator named Krall (Idris Elba). When an assault by Krall leads to the destruction of their starship, the team end up marooned on a remote planet inhabited by aliens both hostile and helpful.
The robot splatter classic Chopping Mall finally makes its way to DVD in a packed release, thanks to the fine folks at LionsGate Entertainment. A favorite for many '80s slasher fans, the film gained notoriety on home video, but went out of print for a while, forcing the horror community to rely on various bootlegs. Thankfully, there's now a widely distributed release for all the sickos to dive into, and with one lone exception, they shouldn't be disappointed with the final result.
An ex-con tattoo artist (Mel Gibson) fights to protect his estranged teenage daughter (Erin Moriarty), who is being hunted by a Mexican drug cartel after getting mixed up in her boyfriend's criminal schemes.