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Tag Archive for 'Kevin Smith'

Donnie Darko Limited Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Why are you wearing that stupid man suit?  Fifteen years before Stranger Things combined science-fiction, Spielberg-ian touches and 80s nostalgia to much acclaim, Richard Kelly set the template – and the high-water mark – with his debut feature, Donnie Darko.  Initially beset with distribution problems, it would slowly find its audience and emerge as arguably the first cult […]

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‘Yoga Hosers’ Is A Skippable Midnight Movie Mess (Movie Review)

As one who has let his teenage fandom of Kevin Smith grow into continual admiration, as the New Jerseyan writer/director has forged a new career centered around podcasting and various forms of public speaking, in addition to occasionally making films, Yoga Hosers feels like another test. Following the walrus-themed horror-comedy Tusk, his latest features finds […]

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Road House – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Shout! Factory will release Road House (Collector’s Edition) on September 6, 2016, as part of their new Shout Select line of films. Starring Patrck Swayze, Ben Gazzara, Kelly Lynch and Sam Elliot, the film has become a cult classic since its release in 1989. Road House (Collector’s Edition) offers over 3 hours of extras including […]

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Scooby-Doo! And KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery (Blu-ray Review)

KISS, one of the most popular rock bands of all time (and my all time favorite too), takes center stage in the latest Scooby-Doo! full-length animated film, Scooby-Doo! And KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery, set for release on Blu-ray by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment July 21st.  Starchild (Paul Stanley), Demon (Gene Simmons), Catman (Eric Singer) and Spaceman (Tommy […]

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Scooby-Doo! And KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery Team Up on Blu-ray!

Here’s something that came across my inbox today while on vacation that I just couldn’t wait to tell you all about because it involves one of my favorite bands in the whole wide world.  KISS, one of the most popular rock bands of all time, takes center stage in the latest Scooby-Doo! full-length animated film, Scooby-Doo! And KISS: […]

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Tusk (Blu-ray Review)

Tusk is one of those rare gems where if you never heard of it before and accidentally stumble upon the film’s trailer you secretly say to yourself I just got to see it, if for nothing else, the shock value.  However, I know what you’re all thinking.  Is it worth 90-minutes of your life?  To […]

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Tusk Sinks Its Teeth Into Blu-ray This December

Tusk is a film that got away from me when it was out theatrically so despite some of the negative reviews out there I really want to see it because admittedly so I liked what I saw in the trailer, but I have fallen for that trick before.  LOL.  So hear goes my sales pitch […]

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A High Podcaster Has Given Us A Weird Dream Project In The Form Of ‘Tusk’ (Movie Review)

I have large doubts that 20 years ago, following the debut of writer/director Kevin Smith’s Clerks, anyone predicted that one day this man would make a film about a mysterious man turning an unknowing participant into a walrus, but here we are.  Based on an idea that stemmed from an episode of one of Smith’s […]

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Comic-Con 2014: Kevin Smith Debuts ‘Tusk’ Trailer in Hall H!

“When his best friend and podcast co-host goes missing in the backwoods of Canada, a young guy joins forces with his friend’s girlfriend to search for him.”  Now this sound alike a film my fellow reviewers will absolutely love, not to mention it’s written and directed by Kevin Smith and stars Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, Justin Long […]

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COMIC-CON Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope To Be Released This JULY

Wrekin Hill Entertainment announced today that their hit film, COMIC-CON EPISODE IV: A FAN’S HOPE by Morgan Spurlock, will be released on DVD on July 10, 2012.  Having seen the film (Review), I can say that anyone that enjoys Comic Con or has at least known about it or even people completely new to the […]

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‘Comic-Con’ Gets Its Own Lighthearted Documentary

I believe San Diego Comic-Con has gained enough relevance in the cultural zeitgeist where people are at least aware of its existence, regardless if they truly know what it is or what it used to be.  In the documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope, Morgan Spurlock attempts to pull back the curtain on what […]

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Say Your Prayers And Enter ‘Red State’, Kevin Smith’s Decent Into Indie Horror

I enjoyed Red State quite a bit.  That’s the way to start something like this.  Red State is an offbeat, dark thriller that centers on some unfortunate souls who get wrapped up in the world of sinister religious fundamentalists, before taking other twists and turns.  While many feel the need to bring up all of […]

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Get Your Glock Out for ‘Cop Out’ on Blu-ray!

Before anyone goes bad mouthing this comedy I just wanted to go on record by saying it wasn’t that bad.  I think Death at a Funeral had me laughing harder than this one did, but considering what we have to work with so far this year, Cop Out stands out amongst the best of the […]

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Don’t “Cop Out” of Seeing This!

Shutter Island may have been the best movie I have screened so far this year, but Cop Out was by far the most fun I have had at the theater in 2010.  It’s laugh out loud hysterical at times and rather cliché at others, but there’s no doubt that the film strictly adheres to the […]

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