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

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - Movie Review

Just so darn sweet and engaging

The Irishman (2019) - Movie Review

A true masterpiece

Midway - Movie Review

An embarrassing disservice

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Just so perfect

Good Boys - Blu-ray Review

Perfect blend of shocking and poignant

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Crashes and Burns

Crawl (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Pure flesh-eating B-movie delight.

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Blood Myth - Movie Review

Blood MythAre you a righteous soul? Are you a believer of the monsters that lurk in the shadows? If so, then Blood Myth and its blood-gurgling twist is the terror for you. ...

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Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films (1955 – 1975) - Blu-ray Review

Godzilla: The Showa Era Films Blu-rayWhat do bathtub toy boats and plastic helicopters have in common with a dude in a monster suit?  Hint: the action takes place in Japan.  That’s right.  Godzilla, the mother of all mega-monster movies, is returning to run rampage through your home ...

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Motherless Brooklyn (2019) - Movie Review

Motherless Brooklyn (2019)

Interior: DARK, GIN-SOAKED MOVIE THEATER CAMERA - SLOW PAN LEFT TO RIGHT. It was a dark and stormy night. Flickering frames of light pierced the smoky darkness, casting shadows on the tattered silver screen. The projector’s jittery rays revealed the forlorn faces of a checked-out audience while the stormy night’s deafening ...

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Satanic Panic (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Satanic Panic Poor Samantha.  It’s tough being a pizza delivery girl.  With little funds and no tips, getting around on her motor scooter can be quite unbelievably tough . . . especially if you happen to be a positive soul who likes to see the good in ...

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Our Beloved Béla: The Top Ten Roles of Lugosi

The Human MonsterHere at Reel Reviews, Béla Lugosi is one of our favorite character actors and for good reason. The man solidified the Horror genre as a major cinematic force thanks to his riveting performance as Dracula. He was the first actor to play the character on the stage and he is absolutely mesmerizing as the...

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The Human Monster (1939) - Blu-ray Review

The Human Monster (1939)

It’s the eyes, man! It’s all about the eyes. Béla Lugosi (and those expressive eyebrows of his) definitely created a lot of memorable characters for cinema. He was always chewing the scenery and making each scene his ow; however, in The Human Monster (also known as The Dark Eyes of London) he ...

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First Blood (1982) - 4K Blu-ray Review

First Blood (1982)Sylvester Stallone was infamously underrated and dismissed until he stormed the box office and got an Oscar nomination for Rocky. By 1982 he’d attained enough box office clout to name his next project and what he decided to do was First Blood, an adaptation of a novel by David Morell that had been in ...

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Eminence Hill - Movie Review

Eminence Hill (2019)What do you get when the stars of Aliens, Lonesome Dove, and Face/Off come together in a rollicking western actioner? How about a town with no good guys! Eminence Hill, directed by Robert Conway, is a blood-soaked trip back through the past when the Old West met violence with even more violence ...

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Young Guns II (1990) - Blu-ray Review

Young Guns II (1990)Young Guns successfully entertained the 1988 box office to the tune of 45 million dollars. The film chose to focus on the revenge of Billy the Kid and the regulators on his employer’s killer and once Jack Palance caught one between the eyes ...

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Parasite (1982) - Blu-ray Review

Parasite (1982)Imagine if the original Alien had been shot for 3-D?  That chest-busting scene would have really leaped right off of the screen.  One has to think that producer and director Charles Band, in his pre-Full Moon days, had been thinking about that ...

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