The Gentlemen - Movie Review

Welcome back, Guy! We missed you.

Bad Boys For Life - Movie Review

Just a whole lot of fun to watch!

1917 - Movie Review

Big, bold, dangerous, and full of numerous iconic scenes

Like a Boss - Movie Review

Nothing to see here, folks

Zombieland: Double Tap - Blu-ray Review

The road trip through the zombie apocalypse continues

Gemini Man - Blu-ray Review

Two Will Smiths aren’t any better than one

Joker (2019) - 4K UHD/Blu-ray Review

I hate the guy. This worked.

Downton Abbey (2019) - Blu-ray Review

The Crawleys are Back!

Stand By Me (1986) - 4K Blu-ray Review

Stand By Me (1986)Misery is just about this reviewer’s favorite Stephen King adaptation. Its director, Rob Reiner, was the only one entrusted with that adaptation because the author knew the director would adapt it well. The reason that King knew he would adapt it well ...

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RoboCop: Two-Disc Limited Edition (1987) - Blu-ray Review

Robocop (1987)

“Dead or alive, you are coming with me.” When I first heard those words coming out from the lips of RoboCop (Peter Weller), I was hooked.  Instantly.  There was no looking back for this fat kid: RoboCop, making its debut in 1987, would be my summertime jam.  The film might have ...

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Heathers: 30th Anniversary SteelBook (1989) - Blu-ray Review

Heathers (1988)f you really want to understand Generation X, you should probably watch Heathers.  From the satire of in-crowds and outsiders to the absolute ridiculousness of blowing up a school in the midwest, that frustration with cliques and institutions is one that most of my generation can ...

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Red Handed - Movie Review

Red Handed

Sometimes the smallest voices scream the loudest. The deep mountains of Oregon might be an unusual place for an Old Testament-styled demonic showdown, but Red Handed, a new horror thriller from High Octane Pictures, gets a lot of its atmosphere from those rolling hills and ...

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Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)

Thunderbolt and LightfootThe image of Clint Eastood at the front of a congregation of faithful believers has always stuck with me.  That’s how Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, beginning with a very manic George Kennedy arriving to the wilderness church to put a bullet in Eastwood’s skull, begins ...

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Hellboy (2004) - 4K Blu-ray Review

Hellboy (2004) The first time I heard the name Mike Mignola was after I received a set of his Topps comic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. As a lifelong comic reader, I’m ashamed to say I’d missed his ...

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Saving Private Ryan - 4K Blu-ray Review

Saving Private RyanI don’t cry in movies. It’s just not my way. But I have to confess that twenty years ago, upon sitting down to watch Steven Speilberg’s World War II magnum opus, the recreation of the Normandy invasion put a lump in my throat and fogged my eyes with tears for its ...

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The Fare (2019) - Movie Review

The Fare (2019)Ever met a complete stranger and felt you already know them?  What if you kept bumping into them on the same stretch of road?  What if, in a couple of blinks of the eye, they simply disappear?  Intrigued yet?  If so, then The Fare is your ticket to ride, dear readers.  Buckle up, though, because this  ...

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - Movie Review

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)There’s a key scene about halfway through A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood in which cynical journalist Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), utters under his breath, "he's about the nicest person I've ever met.” Of course, Lloyd is talking about Fred Rogers, the host of ...

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This is Our Home - Movie Review

This is Our HomeFINALLY!  I absolutely love it when horror films beg for dissection.  And the cuts that you will make in This is Our Home SHOULD BE deep and  exhausting.  This is how horror - true and natural horror - should be seen and discussed and, yes, revisited.  There is a  ...

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