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The Bye Bye Man (Blu-ray Review)

I imagine many people reacted the same way I did when I first saw the trailer for a film titled The Bye Bye Man – by laughing and mocking and questioning why someone thought that title was a good idea. Well, after having seen the film that bears that laughable title, I was able to […]

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It’s A Coat, It’s A Dog, It’s ‘The Bye Bye Man’ (Movie Review)

Filling in the slot for requisite January horror film, The Bye Bye Man seeks to push a new supernatural baddie on audiences and hope the thrills he brings are worthwhile. Married duo Stacy Title (director) and Jonathan Penner (writer) have put together a fast-paced thriller that brings together elements from many horror favorites, including Candyman, […]

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Chinatown (Blu-ray Review)

Here it is just in time for the Spring season: Chinatown! Not only that, but it’s the Blu-ray we’re talking about here. Presented in high definition with a full lossless track, bonus features up the wazoo, and much more. Chinatown is the classic film that most say propelled Jack Nicholson into a full blown household […]

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‘Chinatown’ on Blu-ray April 3

Teeming with murder, corruption, greed and sex, director Roman Polanski’s unforgettable classic CHINATOWN arrives for the first time ever on Blu-ray April 3, 2012 from Paramount Home Media Distribution.  Starring Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway and John Huston, the film follows an intricate web of deception as private investigator Jake Gittes (Nicholson) unravels a mystery involving […]

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Gia (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s be completely honest, I agreed and wanted review Gia because of Angelina Jolie.  Okay, let me clarify…because of the nudity associated and promised with this title.  Many Bothan spies died getting me this information, so I was hoping their deaths wouldn’t be in vain.  Thankfully for me, and the memories and valor of those […]

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The Thomas Crown Affair with Cocoon on Blu-ray

Can you believe it?  Two legendary films are making their way to Blu-ray and I have not seen either one of them.  Well you know what they say.  There’s no better way to see a movie for the first time then on the Blu-ray format.  OK.  They don’t say that, but I do.  Besides, who are […]

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