Red Dawn is one of those quintessential 1980s “super 80s” films that has lived on with nostalgia goggles long since it dropped in on us back in 1984. It features an all-star cast of the era, including Patrick Swayze (Road House), C. Thomas Howell (The Outsiders), Lea Thompson (Back To The Future), Ben Johnson (Terror Train), […]
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From legendary writer-director John Milius (Apocalypse Now, Conan The Barbarian) comes the tale of what-could-have-been, had the Cold War gone another way. When Communist paratroopers descend on a Colorado high school football field, a group of students wages an all-out guerilla war to save their town — and their country. Powerful and gripping, RED DAWN […]
Thev scandal that gave the nation’s favorite pastime a black eye is dramatically rendered in the John Sayles (Lone Star) scripted and directed Eight Men Out. The film features an impressive cast including John Cusack (Say Anything), Charlie Sheen (Wall Street), D.B. Sweeney (Taken 2), David Strathairn (Lincoln), Michael Lerner (Barton Fink), Clifton James (WUSA), […]
Universal’s Machete Kills represents everything that’s wrong with Hollywood, sexploitation, extreme gore, bad dialogue, ridiculous plot and action sequences…you name it. But why do I love it so much?! Because it’s so much God d@mn fun if you let it be! That’s why! If you can’t let go and have a fun time with a Machete […]
Well I know one person that will be excited for news of Machete Kills coming to Blu-ray in January…our very own Gregg Senko! He must be doing cartwheels right now as it has just been announced that this explosive sequel that breaks all the rules is hitting the Blu-ray and DVD formats on January 21st […]
I have a lot to say about Machete Kills, the latest Mexploitation film from director Robert Rodriguez. A lot of it may be negative, as the film, overall, tries too hard, despite having plenty of ideas and a wonderful ensemble cast, consisting of anyone who apparently had a free weekend at some point to come […]
Machete Kills represents everything that’s wrong with Hollywood, sexploitation, extreme gore, bad dialogue, ridiculous plot and action sequences…you name it. But why do I love it so much?! Because it’s so much God d@mn fun! That’s why! If you can’t let go and have a fun time with a Machete flick, then you’re a robot! […]
Anger Management: Season One, the hit comedy series that’s ‘winning’ over audiences everywhere will be available for the first time on Blu-ray Disc, DVD and Digital Download January 8 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Anger Management: Season One, whose debut episode was the most watched primetime scripted comedy series premiere in cable history, features Charlie Sheen […]
On September 18th, Fox will be releasing several films under their Filmmaker Signature Series banner. This films being released on this day include The Brothers McMullen, She’s The One, The French Connection, Wall Street, Hoffa, and The War of the Roses. What makes the Filmmaker Signature Series notable is that all of these Blu-rays are […]
There are countless reasons why I should think of this movie as low-brow, stupid, and idiotic attempt at a spoof film. However, I found myself laughing out loud throughout the entire movie, from the side-splittingly hilarious opening titles to the “twist” ending. Along with being a major improvement over the painful Scary Movie and Scary […]
Appropriate for Memorial Day here in the U.S. today is a Blu-ray review about a film looking at the Vietnam War. Simply called Platoon, it’s not the project that earned Oliver Stone his first Academy Award, but it certainly didn’t fly under the radar either, garnering four of the little golden statues for directing, film editing, […]
I often get heckled about my love for movies and having not seen some of the films considered essential classics. One such film has always been Platoon. Well things are about to change in my life. No, it’s not that I can’t get enough of Charlie Sheen as of late, but instead I’m actually looking […]
Just when you thought you couldn’t get your fill of the actor, news surfaced that he’s actually going to bring his “winning” shtick to you. That’s right. Charlie Sheen is going on tour. And here I thought the concept of a Spider-Man musical was an over-the-top theater performance. What could this guy possibly do on stage?