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Tag Archive for 'James Remar'

The Blackcoat’s Daughter (Blu-ray Review)

Here’s a nifty little thriller that places emphasis on dread and atmosphere over obvious scares. The Blackcoat’s Daughter has been making its way through film festivals for the better part of two years, with the title of February. This past February, the re-titled film finally hit theaters and VOD with unfortunately little fanfare (though Why So Blu’s Jason […]

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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Four New Indie Titles

Yet another genre spanning hodgepodge of flicks this week satisfying the movie geek need for smaller film fare.  Romance and espionage in the midst of the Cold War, zombies in a strip club, docs on damned jazz trumpeters and terror tales with a demonic slant all make up the films in this weeks edition of […]

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Forgotten Friday Flick – “Band Of The Hand” + Blu-ray Review!

To keep the totally rad 80’s movies kick going, this week sees a special edition of my regular column of all things five-star film past – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Since the good folks over at Mill Creek Entertainment decided to finally release the film I’ve chosen here on a more lush than VHS […]

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USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage (Blu-ray Review)

Lionsgate’s USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage tells a true tale from World War II about a ship that help transport parts of an Atomic Bomb and then was shot up in the water with its survivors hanging afloat for 5 days.  Headlining the cast is Academy Award Winner Nicolas Cage (The Wicker Man, Left Behind) […]

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Horns (Blu-ray Review)

From what I can tell, Horns is going to be like Jennifer’s Body.  It carries that same tone and vibe, but what I’m really getting at is the fact that you’re really going to love it or you’re going to absolutely hate it.  I really can’t see anyone stuck in the dead middle here.  However, […]

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Persecuted (Blu-ray Review)

Religious films having been making their presence felt at the box office lately with the likes of films like God’s Not Dead.  There seems to be a stronger audience than ever that’s willing to bust out their wallet for films with that kind of theme at the box office.  Persecuted comes in the form of […]

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PERSECUTED: Starring James Remar, Bruce Davison – On Blu-Ray October 14!

In Persecuted, nationally acclaimed evangelist John Luther is the last obstacle in the way of passage of sweeping religious reform legislation in the United States Congress. When he refuses to support the legislation, a U.S. Senator and Luther’s own supporters abduct and frame him in the murder of an innocent teenage girl. Luther escapes police […]

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Comic-Con 2013: Showtime’s ‘Dexter’ Cast Has Emotional Farewell In Final Con Panel

I’ve been there for every edge-of-your-seat moment, every kill, inside Dexter’s most intimate thoughts, watching him transform before my eyes. Now, after eight amazing seasons, it’s time to say goodbye to America’s Favorite Serial Killer and most importantly for me, I was finally able to see the show’s Comic-Con panel for the first and unfortunately the last […]

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Comic-Con 2013: Dexter – The Complete Series Collection Blu-ray

We’ll be posting our Dexter Comic-Con 2013 panel very soon, but it was at the con where we the press and fans alike were first alerted to the November 5th date for not only the Eight Season, but also an exclusive box set of all 8 seasons and more.  Come on, I know I peaked […]

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Django Unchained: A Fistful Of Tarantino (Movie Review)

Admittedly, this review may be more straightforward than others, because Django Unchained has been my most anticipated film of the year and it managed to deliver in every respect. Much like Bond films, a new film by Quentin Tarantino is very much an event for me. I get really excited, rewatch his past work, and […]

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Dexter: The Sixth Season (Blu-ray Review)

I didn’t get into the Showtime series Dexter until about its fourth season.  It’s not that I had anything against it, actually I heard quite a bit of positive buzz about it (namely from my ex co-worker Sandy), but it was that I was too cheap to subscribe to the premium channel.  Needless to say, […]

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The FP (Blu-ray Review)

The FP is a movie that will not win over a lot of people.  That’s something I am fairly certain of.  With that said, if the core concept of watching a goofy film that is set in the ‘future’ and revolves around rival gangs playing a DDR-type game in matches that can lead to your […]

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