Category: Blu-ray Reviews

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My Fair Lady 50th Anniversary – Blu-ray Review

The rules of the 70mm Classics Series are simple: If it’s at least partially shot using 65mm film materials, then it’s fair game. This is different than movies that were blown up from 35mm...

Sex, Murder, Art: The Films of Jorg Buttgereit

With the title Sex, Murder, Art, you can’t help but be intrigued about what lies inside. Nekromantik 1 and 2, Der Todesking (The Death King), and Schramm are the films included in this set that...

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty – Blu-ray Review

In 1947, Samuel Goldwyn’s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty was not exactly what author James Thurber had in mind when he wrote his short story five years prior.  Fast-forward to sixty-six years later and it would...

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Independence Day 20th Anniversary – Blu-ray Review

20 years ago, a hot day in July, and a crowded movie theater; a 6 year old me was able to experience his very first trip to the cinemas. This was an experience that...

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Mustang – Blu-ray Review

Mustang is one of those movies that wears its heart out in the open. There’s very little subtlety in the way it presents its criticism of traditional conservative Turkish culture. The film is overwhelmingly...

Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Blu-ray

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Part 2 – Blu-ray Review

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has had a solid run of over 40 years, featuring seven films with varying degrees of critical and box office success. I have seen every one of these films...

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Krampus – Blu-ray Review

Asking someone their favorite Christmas movie can yield a plethora of different answers. The numerous comedies like Christmas Vacation, A Christmas Story, Elf, an action film in Die Hard, or even a creature feature...

Beetlejuice – Blu-ray Review

Before directing him in Batman, Michael Keaton and Tim Burton teamed up to present us with the “ghost with the most” in Beetlejuice.  Now, when I think Tim Burton, I think weird movies. Edward Scissorhands,...

Cherry Falls Blu-ray

Cherry Falls – Blu-ray Review

If there is one genre of cinema that has been ripped through the ringer, dragged behind a car, beaten to a bloody pulp, and then backed over by that same car, it is the...

Dangerous Men Blu-ray

Dangerous Men – Blu-ray Review

The Movie Itself (5/5) I must admit, I have never been one to really enjoy the “so-bad-it’s-good” genre, and I found that films like The Room and Birdemic were more boring than fun. With a big group...