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I have to say that I was never a fan of the GI JOE films. I’ve yet to watch Snake Eyes. These films arrive on 4K4K this week. The second film looks great, but they are very skimpy on special features. I’m sad to say that Rise of Cobra does

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Scream Factory has done it again. The Dead Zone is a must-own for fans of Cronenberg, King, and of course Christopher Walken. I remember watching this when I was younger and being terrified. Mainly because of the ice skating portion. A man wakes up from a coma, only to realize

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Almost Famous 4K Blu-ray
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Almost Famous is available tomorrow in a 4K Steelbook which is a thing of beauty. I’ve been a fan of steelbook releases lately. There’s just something satisfying about the sound of the case clicking and the sturdiness of the case. Almost Famous has a nice matte finish with beautiful artwork

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House of Wax Movie Review
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I went into this movie relatively blind, aside from the fact that I had a sense it would be about wax. Unfortunately, I was very unimpressed with the film itself. I felt that the first portion of the film was excruciatingly long, and without reason. If there is a major

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It is always difficult for me to say that something is the “Best”, but I think 48 HR.S is a legitimate contender. One thing that gives this film a lead is the Eddie Murphy factor. Of course, most people think that Beverly Hills Cop is Murphy’s best film from this

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SUPER 8 looks super awesome (lame, but I had to) in 4K! I remember watching this when I wrote for GeekTyrant and interviewed some of the cast. I loved it then and love it now. There were so many sounds and elements of the film that I had never noticed

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When I saw that My Fair Lady, I knew that I had to review it. This film will always have a special place in my heart. My parents were huge fan of musicals. I remember watching TCM with my parents and my dad was able to say the lines verbatim.

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Half Baked is arriving on Blu-ray on June 22. I recently had the chance to watch this Blu with the directors commentary on. If you’ve seen a movie multiple times, I can’t recommend watching the film with audio commentary and check out the other special features. Directed by Tamra Davis,

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I remember watching Career Opportunities in theaters during its initial theatrical run. While the initial release didn’t make a huge splash, Career Opportunities is a true classic that I always stop and watch when I see it playing. Directed by Bryan Gordon, Career Opportunities stars Jennifer Connelly, Frank Whaley, Dermot

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Riders of Justice blends comedy with action for the perfect treat of a film. Written and Directed by Anders Thomas Jensen, the film stars Mads Mikkelsen, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Andrea Heick Gadeberg, Lars Brygmann, Nicolas Bro, Gustav Lindh, and Roland Møller. I went into this movie completely blind aside from knowing

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Threshold is one of the best examples of guerrilla filming that I’ve seen in a long time. Case and point the sticker bombing of the Saturn sedan. The only reason I knew it was a Saturn is the body style and front end. I could talk about my love of

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Silo is a great example of a film that takes audiences on a rollercoaster of emotions. Watching the film pulled at my heartstrings. Having grown up in the Midwest, I can relate to the farm life portrayed in the film. I went to school with many farmers and silos were

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Kung Fu, redemption, honor, and a nice bit of comedy and humanity is what gives The Paper Tigers the heart of a great film. I watched Kung Fu Theater every weekend on Sunday. Sometimes my dad would join me which made it even more special. I’ve been a fan of

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I laughed out loud and cringed from the gore equally throughout the film. Travis Stevens continues to captivate and supply massive amounts of blood. Written and Directed by Travis Stevens, the film stars Barbara Crampton, Larry Fessenden, Bonnie Aarons, Sarah Lind, Phillip Jack Brooks, Robert Rusler, Mark Kelly, and Jay

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Honeydew is one of the most unnerving films I’ve watched lately. Not necessarily because of reasons you might expect. The film is written and directed by Devereux Milburn (shorts “Stayed For” and “Wade”) and stars Sawyer Spielberg in his feature acting debut, Malin Barr (Skyscraper, First Love, CBS’s “Bull”), and

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Witness Infection arrives on VOD today. I had the chance to watch this zombie comedy from the filmmaking team Carlos Alazraqui and Jill-Michele Melean and director Andy Palmer. Witness Infection cast includes co-writer Jill-Michele Melean (“MadTV”, White/Latina), Robert Belushi (“How I Met Your Mother”, Sorority Row), Bret Ernst (“Cobra Kai”),

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