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NO EXIT is Gut Wrenching

February 25th, 2022 No comments

 

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

A gut wrenching suspense thriller, the film No Exit makes the audience spectators of a terrifying situation. With very good acting, direction and a perfectly twisted storyline this movie is faultless for fans that like to be stumped. Filled with surprises, No Exit shows the brilliance of novelist Taylor Adams from whose book, “No Exit”, the film was screen written. Read more…

THE KING’S MAN Now on 4K Blu-ray

February 22nd, 2022 No comments

 

Review by John Delia

If you thought the other two The King’s Man movies were good, it’s time to see the prequel. The film will make your head spin, not only because it’s in 4K home entertainment, but the action is relentless and during it we get to know how the special ops unit all began. Amazing cinematography, special effects and action throughout should blow you away, even in your living room. Some might have said that this prequel should not have been make, but that said this origin story works just as well a standalone. If you want thrills, interesting historical drama and non-stop adventure this film is your cup of British Tea. Read more…

THE LAST DUEL The Historical Account

October 12th, 2021 No comments

 

 

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

Totally immersive, the movie The Last Duel takes you into 14th century France where it deals with wars, the plague and an economical decline for the Kingdom. Entwined, during that period, is a true story of misogyny, a power struggle and a rivalry between Squires. Powerful acting, direction and cinematography delivers a compelling story that makes the 2 and a half hours fly by. Read more…

“What If?” Animated Marvel Series on Disney+

August 10th, 2021 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia, Sr.

“Time. Space. Reality. It’s more than a linear path. It’s a prism of endless possibility, where a single choice can branch out into infinite realities, creating alternate worlds from the ones you know. I am the Watcher. I am your guide through these vast new realities. Follow me and ponder the question…What If?” the Watcher

The series What If…? Season One, gets off to a big bang. Following a quick statement by the Watcher, he continues with an introduction of situations and characters starting June of 1943. With the superpowers banding together against the Nazi Armies a super soldier was needed and Captain America became a reality. After the world was saved a whole new hero was created in another age. It was a trying time as the story begins handing off the duties to a new possible superhero, Agent Carter. Read more…

“Free Guy” Trapped in a Game

August 9th, 2021 No comments

 

 

 

Review by Ian Delia

Ryan Reynolds says it himself, see this movie in theaters. We’ve all been waiting for a film to be worthy of the big screen since the beginning of the pandemic closed down movie theaters. Well, it’s has been delivered. Free Guy, is an action-packed videogame movie where it’s a NPC (Non-Playable-Character) living within a virtual loop. It’s his life versus the gamers (characters played by the video game players). Read more…

“The Suicide Squad” Wild and Crazy

August 7th, 2021 No comments

 

 

 

 

Review by John M. Delia, Jr.

The world has become a dangerous place and our protection needs super heroes that will perform any job that needs to be done, even those that may result in their extinction. Now, there is another mission that only one team can complete and that team must be made of warriors that have nothing to lose and everything to gain. They are The Suicide Squad! Some may call the film a bit silly, but then aren’t all of DC’s Squad films famous for that? Just sit back and enjoy the chaos. Read more…

“GANGS OF LONDON” Action Packed Thriller

July 18th, 2021 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

Being released on Blu-ray and DVD, the gutsy TV Series Gangs of London pulls together a fine cast and direction crew. Action packed and very dramatic it’s a reminder of films like Gangs of New York and The Godfather. But, make no mistake, this hard hitting crime thriller is definitely worth a watch all on its own. Read more…

“DEATH HAS BLUE EYES” Now on Blu-ray

April 5th, 2021 No comments

 

 

Review by John Delia

You really have to be a film buff of the seventies to enjoy this sinister B movie. Loaded with old style filming, special effects and stunts, Death Has Blue Eyes brings back a good measure of nostalgia. The film is the visionary of cult director Nico Mastorakis’s and his first debut for the screen. This one is mainly a collector’s item to add to your personal time capsule, but if softcore sex and a wicked plot are of interest this little ditty has both. The Blu-ray is loaded with bonus material and offers two screen size versions. Read more…

“THE RECKONING” Now on Blu-ray

April 3rd, 2021 No comments

 

Review by John Delia

Inspired by actual events, the movie The Reckoning takes you to the past where we find a township in the throes of the Black Plague. Most interesting is the panic that revolved around the very devastating virus that spread like wildfire through blood from an infected person. In this film we find a diabolical government telling the people that the plague is caused by the Devil and spread through Witchcraft. In modern day we are experiencing a similar attack by the COVID-19 virus that attacks the body through droplets from an infected victim, however due to modern medicines we are able to protect the populace and even cure victims from this outbreak. Read more…

“THE VAULT” In Theaters and VOD

March 26th, 2021 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

There have been many films involving breaking into banks and dealing with a difficult vault in a creative way. It takes a good writer to change up the plot enough to make the audience think it’s their first time watching the crooks pull off the impossible. In The Vault, the film does just that. While the background story is a bit overused, and gets a might predictable, it’s the meat of the premise that really puts the viewer on the edge of their seat. Read more…