Zombieland: Double Tap - Movie Review

The road trip through the zombie apocalypse continues

Gemini Man - Movie Review

Two Will Smiths aren’t any better than one

Joker (2019) - Movie Review

I hate the guy. This worked.

Downton Abbey (2019) - Movie Review

The Crawleys are Back!

Toy Story 4 (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Now on sparkling blu-ray

Midsommar (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Not a sweet little trip to the neighborhood IKEA

Annabelle Comes Home - Blu-ray Review

The creep factor is high in this one

Pan's Labyrinth (2006) - 4K UHD Blu-ray review

NOT to be missed

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The Circus: The Criterion Collection (1928) - Blu-ray Review

The CircusBy now, the majority of movie lovers agree that Charlie Chaplin was ONE of the great geniuses of the silent era.  That wasn’t always the case, though, and it probably took The Circus to get everybody on board his brand of cinema.  At the time that this movie was  ...

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Yesterday (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Yesterday (2019) - Movie ReviewA good movie always begins with a killer premise. And Yesterday, the new film from director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Richard Curtis has a great one. It takes on the idea of what our world would be like today if The Beatles never existed ...

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Empathy Inc. - Movie Review

Empathy, Inc.Damn.  Who hasn’t been flat broke before?  I dare say every single one of us has, at some point in our adult lives, been without money before.  In a way, the struggle humanizes us; makes us a bit more responsible.  Hopefully, it doesn’t dehumanize us as we, through the struggle ...

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Netflix Releases First Trailer for EL CAMINO: A BREAKING BAD MOVIE

El CaminoNetflix follows its short teaser that debuted earlier this month with the full trailer for the reboot of Benji, the popular Joe Camp written and directed film of the '70s that launched Benji-mania into American consciousness and carved a place for scruffy little puppies into the hearts of ...

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Our Most Wanted on Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD This Week - September 14, 2019

YesterdayAnd another friendly 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 September 24, 2019.

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Can You Ever Forgive Me - DVD Review

Can You Ever Forgive Me? - DVDIn 1991, New York biographer Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) finds herself in dire straits: she has lost her job, fallen 3 months behind on rent and can’t afford the vet bills for her beloved sick cat. Her agent (Jane Curtin) is less than helpful, ignoring Lee’s phone calls ...

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Ma (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Ma (2019) - Blu-rayOctavia Spencer has been a staple in movies for years. She’s a talented, larger than life actor that almost always stands out in an ensemble, or kills it in a cameo. Quite rightly, she has been campaigning for a lead role in something that steps out of what she’s usually offered and  ...

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Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988) - Blu-ray Review

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988)

She’s the horror hostess with the mostess.  Guaranteed.  But who is she? She was in a Bond film.  She dated Elvis.  At the age of 17, she was dancing in a gay bar.  She’s been on the cover of a Tom Waits album.  Hell, she’s sung in rock bands and worked with ...

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The VelociPastor (2019) - Blu-ray Review

The VelocipastorYour new favorite monster movie, clocking in at a zippy 75-minutes, will have you stomping your way toward extinction thanks to laughing so damn hard at its rubber-suited antics, its 1980s shock and schlock kicks ...

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Fright (1971) - Blu-ray Review

Fright (2019)It’s all over, but the screaming.  Even the British got in on the whole babysitter stalking trend.  Wait.  Back up.  When was this film made?  Oh hell, they helped bring it to the United States.  The proof arrives in Scream Factory’s latest HD offering, Fright, starring Honor Blackman (Bond's ...

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