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Jungle Cruise - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Jungle Cruise

Not much has changed since 1955 when the Jungle River Cruise ride was introduced. The romance of the swashbuckling adventure yarn returns courtesy of the chemistry between Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in Jungle Cruise.  Is it perfect?  Nope.  But watching them come together in ...

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Achoura - Movie Review

Achoura

The children are disappearing again. The Arab world has some truly terrifying tales to tell.  Look no further than director Talal Selhami’s thought-provoking Achoura for proof of this truth  as four friends are brought back together when one of them reappears after being missing for a quarter of a ...

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Night Has A Thousand Eyes (1948) - Blu-ray Review

Night Has A Thousand Eyes (1948)Think it’s just the rainy day blues that has this mind reader down in the dumps?  Think again.  Based on a Cornell Woolrich novel, Night Has A Thousand Eyes might be classic B-movie material (due to its supernatural sources), but the film is both poetic and engaging as one mind reader  ...

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Moving in 2008 - Movie Review

Moving in 2008

Heartbreak sounds like this. Engaging from beginning to end, Moving in 2008 is not an easy film to watch.  In fact, it is truly heartbreaking as one family faces a number of crises during the recession of 2008.  The film is engaging and elegant, but its truthfulness will leave you shredded and drenched  ...

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Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973) - Blu-ray Review

Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973)

Leave this house now!   Peggy (Sian Barbara Allen, Billy Two Hats) never should have taken the housekeeping job at the Elliot Estate.  She knows this now that its deadly mysteries have been unearthed.  Of course, it might be too late for her, but it is not too late for us.  You’ve been ...

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Hot Saturday (1932) - Blu-ray Review

Hot Saturday (1932)

“Immoral women shouldn't work in banks, you know. They might corrupt the young dollar bills.” Small towns can be so wonderful, can’t they? Everybody knows one another so well. It can be like having one giant family with the sense of comfort and love gushing from the community. Well, why  ...

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Prisoners of the Ghostland - Blu-ray Review

Prisoners of the Ghostland

Testicles. Who needs ‘em? While watching Prisoners of the Ghostland, it's best to - like the logic it usually requires to follow a normal film from beginning to its everlovin’ end - throw them both out the window.  Got your attention?  Good.  Love it or leave it, Prisoners of the Ghostland is ...

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Pig - Blu-ray Review

Pig

“You want your supply? I need my pig.” In his feature film debut, Pig, writer/director Michael Sarnoski does not give us a revenge-seeking, blood-soaked, over-acting Nicholas Cage that mows down an array of adversaries who stand in the way between him ...

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The Spider Woman Strikes Back (1946) - Blu-ray Review

The Spider Woman Strikes Back (1946)Sometimes the good country air can be harmful to your health.  Such is the frightening territory of this atmospheric thriller which sees a small-town recluse turn murderer.  The woman projects nothing but EVIL while, at the same time, being nothing but pleasant in conversation.  She’s a  ...

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife - Movie Review

Ghostbusters: AfterlifeWow.  And just like that a HUGE existential hurdle has just been crossed by a person who was raised on the set of the original film.  Makes sense then that the Ghostbusters story here in Ghostbusters: Afterlife is told from the viewpoint of a child discovering the truth about their own  ...

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