John Wick: Chapter Three - Parabellum

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The Biggest Little Farm (2019) - Movie Review

You’ll sit in awe

Winterskin (2019) - Movie Review

All sorts of throwback gristle and grit fun

The Hustle (2019) - Movie Review

Don't fall for the con!

Happy Death Day 2U - Blu-ray Review

A new time loop begins.

Escape Room - Blu-ray Review

A white-knuckle thriller. Now on sparkling blu-ray

The Kid Who Would Be King - Blu-ray Review

Now on sparkling blu-ray

Glass (2019) - Blu-ray Review

A phony mess of a comic book movie wannabe

Aquaman (2018) - Blu-ray Review

Aquaman (2018) - Blu-ray ReviewIn order to fully appreciate just how CRAZY Aquaman is, I suggest you being four or five beers deep.  Seriously. DC needs James Wan.  The proof is just how enjoyably bonkers Aquaman is, which Wan directed.  Finally free from the brooding destruction of Zach Snyder’s spin on   ...

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Detour: The Criterion Collection (1945) - Blu-ray Review

Detour (1945) - Blu-ray

Mesmerizing pulp fiction.  There simply is no other way to describe the powerful impact of Detour, a low budget gem from Poverty Row Pictures. Truthfully, the movie shouldn’t work as well at it does ...

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The Body Snatcher (1946) - Blu-ray Review

The Body Snatcher (1946) - Blu-rayVal Lewton, making 1940s B-flicks look nothing like other horror films of the 1940s, is a certifiable genius of the cinema.  His ability to plunge audiences straight into nightmares is uncanny.  Madness and death, there’s our recurring fear factor in   ...

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Mummy Reborn - Movie Review

Mummy Reborn - Movie ReviewFinally, a reintroduction to the mythos of the mummy with cheeky humor and excessive gore! Beginning with a quote from Kanye West, “Nothing in life is promised except death”, Mummy Reborn has quite the ...

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If Beale Street Could Talk - Blu-ray Review

If Beale Street Could Talk - Movie ReviewLong thought untouchable for theatrical adaptation due to its tenuous structure and ethereal nature, author James Baldwin’s novel If Beale Street Could Talk gets the big screen treatment from Moonlight writer/director Barry Jenkins. And what a perfect combination ...

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Mary Poppins Returns - Blu-ray Review

Mary Poppins Returns - Movie ReviewThere is something very honorable in modesty and not needing to always take credit for the joy one gives to those we love. The gallantry of self-sacrifice and doing for others quite often speaks for itself and doesn’t need the “hey, look at me” arrogance so prevalent in today’s  ...

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Drowning Echo (2019) - Movie Review

Drowning EchoI don’t know about you and your family, but I can tell you that, when I go on vacation, the first place my child checks out is the pool.  I haven’t even parked the damn car and his ass is out the car door, shredding clothes, and running toward the pool.  He cannonballs into the ...

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Our Most Wanted on Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD This Week - March 26, 2019

Aquaman

And another hi-def hello to our fellow blu-ray geeks. Welcome to the weekly look at our most wanted titles coming to blu-ray and/or 4K Ultra HD for the week of March 19, 2019.

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The Kid Brother: The Criterion Collection (1927) - Blu-ray Review

The Kid Brother (1927) - Blu-rayStill considered today to be one of Harold Lloyd’s finest films, The Kid Brother makes its debut on blu-ray thanks to the the Criterion Collection.  It is, of course, one of Lloyd’s sweetest and funniest films, with more sight gags than his others, in which Lloyd plays Harold Hickory ...

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It is All About US at Weekend Box Office - Records are Shattered

Us (2019)

Despite all the butt-hurt protestations, the Female-led superhero film Captain Marvel broke records this past weekend with a $455 million worldwide box office take including a whopping $153 million in North America. The total is enough to put the film atop this  ...

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