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What About ‘Non-Stop’ Though? (Movie Review)

It is fun to see how much credibility an actor with gravitas can bring to a really silly film.  Liam Neeson has returned to the action/thriller realm once again to star in an airplane-hijacking film, with twists and turns that go way too far in terms of being plausible.  It matters little though, as the […]

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‘All The Boys Love Mandy Lane’ on Blu-ray Too!

If you are like me and you can’t get enough of Amber Heard, then perhaps you should this one out along with Syrup.  After sitting on the shelves for too many years to count at the present moment, Anchor Bay has announced a December 3rd Blu-ray release date for All The Boys Love Mandy Lane. […]

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‘All The Boys Love Mandy Lane’…’Til Death! (Movie Review)

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane can now be finally seen by all.  The first thing to really say is ‘Mandy Lane’ is an effective horror feature that trades in true originality for solid horror craftsmanship.  There is a lot one can unpack in explaining the history behind how this film made back in 2006 […]

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SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (Blu-ray Review)

While Zero Dark Thirty is going to get its mass release in January, you can whet your appetite in the meantime with the independent film SEAL Team Six. I can’t make a comparison between this and Zero Dark Thirty, but I can say SEAL Team Six achieves moments of proficiency with its smaller scale approach […]

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Safe (Blu-ray Review)

Luke Wright (Jason Statham) was living a normal life as a second-rate mixed martial arts cage fighter until screwing up a rigged fight.  The Russian Mafia decides to make an example of him to prevent this from happening again and murders his family. With nothing to live for anymore, Wright wanders the streets of New […]

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Hell on Wheels: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray Review)

Hell on Wheels tells the epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on a soldier who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who have killed his wife.  His journey takes him west to Hell on Wheels, a dangerous, raucous, lawless melting pot of a town that travels with and services the construction of […]

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