Tag Archive for 'Analeigh Tipton'

Warm Bodies (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

I remember back in 2013 wanting nothing to do with this movie and shamefully saying how awful it looked.  However, I also remember flying home on a work trip and being bored out of my mind knowing that I had a long flight ahead of me. The conundrum was that I had nothing to watch […]


Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Seven New Indie Titles

Indie films stretch vastly over high and low dog ratings this week – not to mention covering the full spectrum of genres to boot!  Unlikely superheroes, ex-boyfriend and father bonding, sci-fi wackos, elder basketball star docs, horrific curses, deadly office games and damaged gals seeking revenge fill out the seven films that make up the […]


Viral (DVD Review)

Spread the word that an epidemic is coming.  The heart-pounding thriller Viral will be released on DVD August 2, 2016 from Anchor Bay Entertainment, Radius-TWC and Dimension Films and on Digital HD July 29, 2016 and On Demand August 2, 2016 from Starz Digital.  The film stars Sofia Black-D’Elia (Project Almanac, The Messengers), Analeigh Tipton […]


Mississippi Grind (Blu-ray Review)

Movies about people with a compulsion tend to work for me. While it is frustrating to see the lead characters make decisions that you know are going to hurt them in some way, I am compelled to see how they deal with the fallout of their actions. Mississippi Grind is a fine film about two […]


‘Warm Bodies’, Slow Corpses, Fun Movie (Movie Review)

It would seem highly unlikely that I would like a romantic comedy with a regular human girl and a hipster zombie as the romantic leads that are supposed to fall in love, but here we are.  Based on description alone, this seemed like a bad idea, but rather than dwell on being a sappy love […]


See A Bunch of Stars Fall In ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’

With several weeks’ worth of action films out of the way, it is now time to step back into the realm of romantic entanglements involving a lot of attractive people dealing with the complications of maintaining relationships.  Crazy, Stupid, Love benefits from having a lot of very good actors dealing with mostly solid material, while […]