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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Ten New Indie Titles

Since those top lists of ten are always popular columns, why not attach such a number to my weekly indie roundup?  Yup, I’m tenaciously tackling a triumphant ten smaller cinematic flicks to give smaller film fare lovers a much needed critical head’s up.  Tales of angry moms and their big billboards, curious teen gals with […]

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Ravenous (Blu-ray Review)

Kicking off the second month of Scream Factory’s four month long “Summer Of Fear” is the 1999 film Ravenous.  This is a pretty big new chapter for Scream Factory as the delve into a later decade in the annals of horror’s past.  This is more of a modern vintage release for them.  Besides Scanners II/III, […]

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Scream Factory Satisfies Fans’ Hunger For RAVENOUS On June 3rd!

On June 3, 2014, SCREAM FACTORY™ is proud to release RAVENOUS Blu-ray™ on home entertainment shelves in the U.S and Canada.  Available for the first time on Blu-ray, this highly collectible SCREAM FACTORY™ release features insightful bonus content.  This is an awesome pickup by Scream Factory and begins their foray into niche horror films of the 1990s and […]

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‘Scream 4’ Stabs Its Meta Soul In The Face

I had a chance to watch the opening of Scream once I got home, after watching this third sequel.  I think those 10 minutes may be the best thing that director Wes Craven has ever done.  The sequence has a lot of fun playing with convention, ratcheting up the tension, and then paying off in […]

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Scream 3 (Blu-ray Review)

Gale, Dewey, Cotton, and Sidney have survived both the Woodsboro massacre and the murders at Sidney’s college but now face another killer yet again.  While I really enjoyed the writing in Scream and Scream 2, it is a tragedy that Scream 3 was not written by Kevin Williamson since the quality dropped in this one. […]

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Scream 2 (Blu-ray Review)

Before the movie starts, we are treated to a preview for Scream 4, coming to theaters on April 15, 2011.  Although I DVR almost every TV show I watch (and never watch the commercials), I am amazed this is the first I’ve heard of Scream 4.  As the trailer plays I am waiting for it […]

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Scream (Blu-ray Review)

I have to admit; it’s been awhile since I last visited the Scream franchise.  Where do all the years go?  I often find myself asking that question more than I care to acknowledge.  But one thing’s for sure, no matter how many spoofs or rip-offs that have popped up in the horror genre over the […]

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