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Star Trek Beyond - Movie Review

Gives fans EXACTLY what they want.

Lights Out - Movie Review

Definitive proof that I’ve been right all along about what dangers lurk in the darkness.

Ghostbusters - Movie Review

Harmless, no-brained entertainment for a new generation of supernatural thrill seekers

The Infiltrator - Movie Review

When things are working, the audience is a complete nervous wreck.

Eveybody Wants Some - Blu-ray Review

The good times never get old. Never.

Kung Fu Panda 3 - Blu-ray Review

The skadoosh is back!

10 Cloverfield Lane - Blu-ray Review

Our kind of science fiction B-movie cocktail

Zootopia - Blu-ray Review

The shot in the arm that the animated community needed

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The Return of the Living Dead: The Collector’s Edition (1985) - Blu-ray Review

The Return of the Living Dead: Collector's Edition - Blu-ray ReviewThank you, Scream Factory for this updated treat! Operating as neither a sequel to or a part of George A. Romero’s Zombie series, The Return of the Living Dead doesn’t really profess to be much of anything…except a hell of a lot of gory fun.  That doesn’t...

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Lights Out - Movie Review

Lights Out - Movie ReviewMy mother was wrong. There WAS something hellish that lived in the pitch-black corners and darkened recesses of my childhood bedroom. And I always knew that the crawl space under my bed was the shadowy central hub of all that evil activity. I knew it to be, but I was ...

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Star Trek Beyond - Movie Review

Star Trek Beyond - Movie ReviewStar Trek Beyond is a bold move.  It is also a risky one, too.  Thankfully, it gives fans EXACTLY what they want.  We are finally in deep space and, finally, free of Earth-based adventures. With its strongest female character yet being introduced here, Beyond is the  ...

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The Fantastic Films of Ray Harryhausen (1958-1977) - Blu-ray Review

The Fantastic Films of Ray Harryhausen - Blu-ray ReviewWith a ceremonial crashing of cymbals, Bernard Herrmann’s thunderous score – completely without the use of strings - kicks off the drama and stop-motion wonder in Jason and the Argonauts.  Directed by Don Chaffey (of Pete’s Dragon and One Million Years B.C. fame)   ...

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Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) - Blu-ray Review

Everybody Wants Some - Blu-ray ReviewWatching Everybody Wants Some!! is like putting on a pair of your favorite shoes.  Everything fits.  Every inch is perfect; every stitch broke in.  And, damn it, these Chuck Taylors keep you moving AND grooving.  Written and directed by Richard Linklater, his spin on the  ...

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Carnival of Souls: Criterion Collection (1962) - Blu-ray Review

Carnival of Souls (1962) - Blu-ray ReviewCentron Corporation.  You’re probably more familiar with their output then you are with their name.  Housed in Lawrence, Kansas, this is the production company that supplied school districts across the United States with hundreds of educational films once viewed via film ...

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Green Room - Blu-ray Review

Green Room - Movie ReviewJeremy Saulnier returns.  The writer and director of the crowdfunded and critically acclaimed Blue Ruin strikes fear into moviegoers and color aficionados with Green Room, a tension-filled horror film about a punk band at the mercy of a bunch of neo-Nazis.  You read   ...

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The Infiltrator - Movie Review

The Infiltrator - Movie ReviewWithin the sprawling pantheon of undercover cop films, The Infiltrator will never be recognized as one of the genre greats. Within actor Bryan Cranston’s body of work however, it will be remembered as the one he saved. He’s that good here. Cranston plays real-life undercover  ...

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Ghostbusters - Movie Review

Ghostbusters - Movie ReviewKate McKinnon. Kate McKinnon.  Kate McKinnon.  There’s no denying that her comedic chops are on full display throughout the much-ballyhooed all-female reboot of 1984’s GhostbustersIF everything else about Pail Feig’s effects-driven spectacle failed, the absolute magic   ...

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Doctor Mordrid: Master of the Unknown (1992) - Blu-ray Review

Doctor Mordrid (1992) - Blu-ray ReviewDoctor Mordrid: Master of the Unknown is not a very good movie. Even on our pint scale of beer it earns the lowest ranking possible. It’s just lazy, lazy filmmaking on a project that, had there been a bit more effort put into its script and, well, everyone involved, could  ...

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