King Richard - Movie Review

A giant feel-good story

Ghostbusters: Afterlife - Movie Review

A complete and honest hit

Dune - Movie Review

Next big film franchise has arrived

Eternals - Movie Review

Poetic in its story

Prisoners of the Ghostland - Blu-ray Review

A spectacle of cinematic cheese and grease

The Silence of the Lambs - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

A masterwork in tension

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins - 4K UHD REview

Not the movie it needs to be

Free Guy - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Super fun

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The Two Jakes (1990) - Blu-ray Review

The Two JakesInfidelity made private investigator and war veteran Jake Gittes (Jack Nicholson) the man he is today.  We know this having seen the excellent Chinatown, but admits as much in the opening line of The Two Jakes, the 1990 Nicholson-directed sequel to that 1974 film, now on blu-ray  ...

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His Girl Friday: Criterion Collection (1940) - Blu-ray Review

His Girl FridayTHE POST SAVES EARL WILLIAMS!  Hear all about it in His Girl Friday, now available on blu-ray thanks to the Criterion Collection.  Directed by Howard Hawks and starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell with standout performances from ...

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Shivers: Vestron Video Collector’s Series (1975) - Blu-ray Review

Shivers (1975)

Release the blood parasites! One of the images that has long haunted my dreams and nightmares is that of a shirtless man bent over a nude woman’s body - which is placed on a desk in an office - as he opens up her stomach, pours acid into her open chest cavity and then, taking the same instrument ...

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The Awful Truth: Criterion Collection (1937) - Blu-ray Review

The Awful TruthIf you ever get a hankering for some solid improvisational comedic skills on display throughout a major motion picture, look no further then director Leo McCarey’s slapstick comedy, The Awful Truth.  It might have been his first film for Columbia Pictures, but that didn’t stop McCarey from  ...

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Little Monsters: Vestron Video Collector's Series (1989) - Blu-ray Review

Little Monsters (1989)Family cult classics?  Sure!  Little Monsters is back in action because knowing that urine and apple juice are interchangeable is something one needs to know early on in life! ...

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Holiday: Criterion Collection (1938) - Blu-ray Review

Holiday (1938)Sometimes it takes meeting the wrong person to finally get to the right person.  That’s one of the territories in Holiday, an often overlooked romantic comedy from 1938 which deals with clashing values and what it means to truly live as pie-in-the-sky dreamers mix drinks with the aristocrats  ...

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The Ghost Breakers (1940) - Blu-ray Review

Ghost Breakers (1940)It’s the simplest twist of fates as Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard return to do battle with the supernatural in The Ghost Breakers!  Voodoo, ghosts, and island-bound zombies!  Add in a criminally underrated performance from Willie Best and you have the makings of another REEL CLASSIC! ...

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Becky (2020) - Blu-ray Review

Becky (2020)While browsing through your favorite streaming service last week, you probably flipped past the title card for the little-known Canadian thriller called Becky. Big mistake. Need convincing? It stars Kevin James as a swastika-tattooed neo-Nazi murderer. Yes, that Kevin James ...

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The Cat and the Canary (1939) - Blu-ray Review

The Cat and the Canary (1939)Swamp gators (with their mouths taped shut as evidenced by this crisp 4K handling!), dead lawyers, and mighty sums of money!  Such frightful delights await those that can stay sane in the Norman clan.  ...

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Alien Addiction - Movie Review

Alien AddictionWith squirrely attitudes at an all time HIGH, a new comedy serves up some seriously great bites of science fiction cheese and crackers as Waikato, New Zealand becomes the epicenter for alien invasions.  Call off the military, though.  All these aliens want to do is smoke some gooooood shit, pull an ...

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