Reel Reviews

The Belko Experiment - Movie Review

With The Belko Experiment, office politics couldn’t get any deadlier.

Kong: Skull Island - Movie Review

All-around fun as it anoints the true star of the flick with a Kong-sized crown.

Table 19 - Movie Review

No one likes weddings and we don’t want to see what goes on at table 19.

Logan - Movie Review

It is brave, it is hard earned, and it is one for the history books.

Passengers - Blu-ray Review

Plan to leave 10 minutes before the film ends…you’ll leave with a better experience

Arrival - Blu-ray Review

A well-told thinking man’s detective story - Now on blu-ray

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back - Blu-ray Review

Now on sparkling blu-ray

The Monster - Blu-ray Review

Easily claws its way through to the top of the list of this year’s horror films

New on Blu-ray

Deadtime Stories (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Deadtime Stories (1986) - Blu-ray Review“It’s too dark! It’s too daaaaaark,” screams an eight-year-old boy. Bouncing on his bed, he is need of some bedtime stories to ease on into sleep. Unfortunately, his creeper of an uncle, Peter (Scott Valentine) is the only adult in the house and his idea of bedtime stories is ...

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Logan - Movie Review

Logan - Movie ReviewIt has been well known for some time that Hugh Jackman is leaving his career making turn as the X-Men character Wolverine behind. After seventeen years regimenting his diet and sculpting a rather impressive super hero physique, he set to task with director James Mangold (the ...

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Joe Bullet (1973) - DVD Review

Joe Bullet (1972) - DVD ReviewWith Ken Gampu (The Gods Must Be Crazy) at the front of the action and the team in this soccer-centered exploitation classic, Joe Bullet arrives on home entertainment platforms for a whole new generation of badass cinema lovers to discover. Personally, I can think ...

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Before I Fall - Movie Review

Before I Fall - Movie ReviewCheap to make and exceedingly appealing to the hordes of theater-going teens, young adult novel-to-big-screen adaptions are a financial no-brainer in Hollywood these days. And with the requisite safe and familiar themes meant to reassure teen audiences that the horrors  ...

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Ape 3-D Aka A*P*E (1976) - Blu-ray Review

Ape 3D Aka A*P*E (1976) - Blu-ray Review“Let's see him dance for his organ grinder now!” Holy Hell, Horror Hounds, does this flick ever stink! And by stink, I mean exactly that. Oh, don’t misinterpret me A*P*E is hysterical (and if drunk enough, I’m sure its even more of a riot), but mostly in the manner that suggests ...

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King Solomon's Mines (1985) - Blu-ray Review

Kinf Solomon's Mines (1985) - blu-ray reviewAlright, alright, alright. I get it. I TOTALLY understand why so many critics railed against this Indiana Jones wannabe action adventure flick when it was originally released. Starring Richard Chamberlain as Harrison Ford (kidding), King Solomon’s Mines is as shallow as B-movies ...

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Dead Kids (1981) - Blu-ray Review

Dead Kids (1981) - Blu-ray ReviewReleased here in America as Strange Behavior, director Michael Laughlin (Two-Lane Blacktop) goes for the jugular in Dead Kids. The murderous results are indeed an Ozploitation classic that many have never seen before. The frightful flick is full of surprises for attentive viewers ...

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Psychomania (1973) - Blu-ray Review

Psychomania (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewMotorcycles and gas-gobbling b-grade movies go hand in hand. These are the high-octane flicks that cost little to make, yet remain unforgettable. Slap their images on the larger than life drive-in screen and walk away and producers can count their dollar bills all the way to ...

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Deluge (1933) - Blu-ray Review

Deluge (1933) - Blu-ray ReviewReleased by RKO Radio Pictures in 1933, director Felix E. Feist’s Deluge, a super-soaker of a destruction film, was long thought lost due to neglect. It was almost as if the film never existed. For the longest time, it seemed that only a ragged Italian print remained of this special  ...

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Get Out - Movie Review

Get Out - Movie ReviewNoted comic and filmmaker Jordan Peele, of Key and Peele fame, marks his directorial debut with Get Out, a brilliantly quirky little film that bills itself as a speculative thriller. While it is certainly that, it is also tinged with strong elements of horror, comedy, romance, and mystery ...

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