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Jason Bourne - Movie Review

Waiting for a compelling story, instead of a release date, brings rewards for al

Into the Forest - Movie Review

Sisterhood of the rolling blackouts

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

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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RISE OF THE GUARDIANS Flop Prompts DreamWorks Lay-offs

Rise of the Guardians flopSaying it's the hardest thing they've ever had to do, DreamWorks studio exec, Jeffrey Katzenberg announced yesterday that the studio is not only going against company culture by furloughing 350 employees, but is in the midst of a complete restructuring following the commercial failure ...

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MAD MAX Trilogy Coming to Blu-ray on June 4 in Limited Premium Tin Packaging

Mad Max coming to Blu-rayMad Max, the sci-fi franchise that introduced Mel Gibson to the world, will come together for the first time as a Blu-ray collection when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment debuts the Mad Max Trilogy on June 4th ...

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ARGO Takes Big Prize at 85th Academy Awards

OscarEvery last one of the Oscars has been handed out, even those that go to all the geeky technical categories (in the words of one of the worst Oscar hosts in history, "Thank you nerds"). And we were there planted on the couch watching every last pitiful minute of it ...

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The Master - Blu-ray Review

the Master - Movie Review The 2013 Oscars are right around the corner. The months of September - December are battlegrounds for the heavyweights of film, with a few underdogs in there to keep it fresh. Every film that comes out during this time frame is either vying for some sort of ...

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Argo - Blu-ray Review

Argo - Movie Review The Oscar for Best Picture is going to be a tight one. If Ben Affleck’s Argo is any indication of the type of films we are going to see this awards season, the race is also going to be a tough one. Argo doesn’t bait audiences with obvious Oscar touches yet it produces powerful scenes ...

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TerrorVision/The Video Dead - Blu-ray Review

Terror Vision/The Video Dead - Blu-ray Review That’s right, fellow freaks, TerrorVision is back in print!  Finally freed from its VHS prison by the kind folks over a Shout!/Scream Factory, TerrorVision gets coupled with another gory gem from the late 1980’s, Video Dead, for a nasty little double feature that will definitely ...

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The Thief of Baghdad (1924) - Blu-ray Review

The Thief of Baghdad - Blu-ray Review Ladies and gentlemen, in my time as a film reviewer I have journeyed to many a far off foreign place to bring you the news – good or bad – about new, domestic releases.  I have combed the bottom of the barrel; raided your father’s closet; even traversed your ...

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On the Waterfront (1954) - Blu-ray Review

On the Waterfront - Blu-ray Review Elia Kazan’s On the Waterfront won 8 academy awards in 1955 and could still win those awards if released, as is, today.  This is more than just a movie.  Kazan’s ability to capture reality is more than just magical; it’s his talent.  On the Waterfront’s verisimilitude is ...

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Prison (1988) - Blu-ray Review

Prison - Blu-ray Review Poor Renny Harlin. What went down as arguably his best (and certainly most atmospheric) film and intended American debut, Prison, never saw the light of day in what was supposed to be its big theatrical release. Yes, Dead Heat got its slot. Tiny theatres ...

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The Nest (1988) - Blu-ray Review

The Nest - Blu-ray Review Bad hairdos, really large insects, and gore, gore, gore is what you’ll find inside this skin-crawling nest.  Yes, it’s the six-legged bug who gets toasted and then roasted in this creature feature produced by Julie Corman. It’s a ow budget disaster and Scream ...

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