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Fright Night (30th Anniversary Edition) (Blu-ray)

February 2nd, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended Fright Night Blu-ray Review What would you do if you discovered that you livednext doorto a vampire? That was the core conceptual idea which led to thecreation ofthe beloved 80's horror classic Fright Night (1985), which wasacritical darling, the second-highest grossing horror film the year itcame out,and a effort which led to both a direct-sequel and a big-budget 3Dremake …

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Animal (Blu-ray)

January 31st, 2015 No comments

Rent It The Movie: Directed by Brett Simmons (and produced by Drew Barrymore, yes that Drew Barrymore), 2014's Animal is hardly going to win any awards for originality but for the creature feature fans out there who appreciate guys in suits' over CGI rendered beasties, this is worth a look. The movie revolves around a camping trip led by Jeff (Parker Young) who is accompanied by his foxy …

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Porco Rosso (Blu-ray)

January 30th, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended The Film: Porco Rosso rarely finds itself at the top of most Studio Ghibli “favorite” lists, which are often capped off with the works of Hayao Miyazaki involving whimsical creatures of the forest and grand narratives hinged on being transported to dream-like settings. His tale of a veteran WWI pilot turned bounty hunter who's been cursed with the vestige of a pig doesn't have …

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Fury (Blu-ray)

January 28th, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended THE FILM: Click an image to view Blu-ray screenshot with 1080p resolution. Although much of David Ayer's Fury takes place inside an M4 Sherman tank, the most compelling drama is outside its metal walls, in the smoldering German villages torched by a desperate Nazi army. Ayer assembles a strong cast – Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal – to man …

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World for Ransom (Blu-ray)

January 28th, 2015 No comments

Rent It Despite a good cast, a great title, and an even better poster (see below), World for Ransom (1954) is a terrible Cold War thriller, though not without interest. It was Robert Aldrich's second film as director following Big Leaguer (1953), though quite possibly World for Ransom was made first and released after. Many consider World for Ransom a dry run for Aldrich's great nihilistic noir …

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John Wick (Blu-ray)

January 27th, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended The Movie: The directorial debut of Chad Stahelski (a prolific stunt coordinator/stunt double who has worked on everything from The Matrix to The Crow to The Expendables ), 2014's John Wick stars Keanu Reeves as the titular character. When the film begins, his wife passes away from a terminal illness

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Lucy (Blu-ray)

January 27th, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended THE FILM: Anyone taking Luc Besson's Lucy to task for its junk science is missing the point. OK, so humans really do use more than ten percent of the brain's capacity, and no magic pill is going to increase that power tenfold

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Performance (Blu-ray)

April 15th, 2014 No comments

Recommended [click on the thumbnail to enlarge] “The only performance that makes it — that makes it all the way — is the one that achieves madness.” “Madness” is certainly one way to describe Performance …

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The Nut Job (Blu-ray)

April 14th, 2014 No comments

Rent It The Nut Job Blu-ray Review TheNut Job isan animated family film. It hasa lot of star power behind it’s animated characters with Will Arnett,BrendanFraser, Gabriel Iglesias, Jeff Dunham, Liam Neeson, and Katherine Heigloffering their voices to the film.

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Khartoum (Blu-ray)

February 3rd, 2014 No comments

Recommended When an Egyptian army, led by British troops, falls for a trap in the Sudanese desert and is brutally murdered, it presents a major problem for British Prime Minister William Gladstone (Ralph Richardson). The Sudan is a protectorate of the UK, and they are obligated to help the people there, especially considering the battle helped arm the attackers, a group of Muslim zealots led by …

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