Miranda Veil - Movie Review

Give WEIRD a chance

In the Heights - Movie Review

Magical!

Infinite - Movie Review

An utter disappointment

A Quiet Place 2 - Movie Review

Extremely Intense

Voyagers - 4K UHD Review

Well-acted, well-constructed

Wonder Woman 1984 - Blu-ray Review

A crappy 1980s buddy adventure yarn

Soul - Blu-ray Review

You either have SOUL or you don't

Our Friend - DVD Review

Often difficult to watch

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Revenge of the Bushido Blade (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Revenge of the Bushido Blade (1978)It might be intense and rather somber, but there’s no mistaking the meaning behind Revenge of the Bushido Blade!  Someone is out for BLOOD! Presented for the first time in a brilliant and shockingly glossy 4K remaster, Revenge of the Bushido Blade (aka The Last Reunion or  ...

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Crazy Mama/The Lady in Red D♀uble Feature (1975, 1979) - Blu-ray Review

Crazy Mama/The Lady in Red D♀uble Feature

Guns! Sin! And bathtub gin! In this women-centered d♀uble feature from Shout! Factory, Crazy Mama takes a commanding lead for Producer Roger Corman as Academy Award winner Cloris Leachman pulls off yet another crazy character with that of Melba Stokes as she and her crazy family  embark on a road trip like ...

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Big Bad Mama/Big Bad Mama II: Big Bad Double Feature (1974, 1987) - Blu-ray Review

Big Bad Mama/Big Bad Mama II: Big Bad Double FeatureBoobs!  Bullets!  Bawdy Babes!  What’s not to love about Angie Dickinson in Big Bad Mama?!  Nothing!  Absolutely nothing!  And producer Roger Corman knows it which is why Big Bad Mama is a curvaceous cult classic.  The sequel made in 1987?  Well, not so much, but - hey- (going  ...

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A Quiet Place Part II - Movie Review

A Quiet Place Part IIMarking the momentous return to cinemas for the summer movie season is A Quiet Place Part II, the much-anticipated and oft-delayed follow up to one of 2018’s biggest films. Set to originally open in March of 2020, the film was shelved when the Coronavirus pandemic shut down theaters  ...

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Road Head - Movie Review

Road Head

That’s my bad bitch! Lessons in Global Warming don’t get any more hilarious than in the twisting pull of Road Head, a horror comedy from writer Chloe Skye, director David Del Rio, and Terror Films.  The horror and hilarity begins almost immediately when an endless road in the dead of ...

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Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House: Warner Archive Collection (1948) - Blu-ray Review

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House: Warner Archive CollectionThe comedic timing.  The charisma of all involved.  The breaking of the fourth wall.  Hollywood’s definitive leading man!  What’s not to love about Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House as Cary Grant takes his physical comedy and his mannerisms from the office to home construction woes ...

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Tank (1984) - Blu-ray Review

Tank (1984)

Because the “good old boy” way of doing things needs to get steamrolled by a 1942 M4 Sherman tank from time to time! There are a few valuable lessons to be learned from this sometimes witty Smokey and the Bandit wannabe title ...

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Finding You - Movie Review

Finding YouAs charming as it is long, Finding You, the new movie from cinematographer-turned director Brian Baugh is packed with plenty of good intentions and awkward cliches. And that’s part of the problem ...

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Drunk Bus - Movie Review

Drunk BusDrunk Bus opens on a chilly and snowy night in Kent, Ohio.  The streets are slick with freshly fallen snow and . . . foul-smelling puke.  That’s right, living up to its name, the passengers on board this bus are all about the good times, well, everyone but the driver who, nine months prior to the start of this comedy, lost the young love of his life when she left him for New York City.   ...

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Snake Eyes (1998) - Blu-ray Review

Snake Eyes (1998)

“I’m on TV!  I’m on TV!” Because we all love the scene-stealing LUNACY of a Cage-centered meltdown, especially when his character is named Rick Santoro!  Go, Tyler! Go, Tyler! Goooooooooo!  ...

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