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Millennium / R.O.T.O.R. – Double Feature (Blu-ray Review)

The future is yours with time travel and a killer robot! Scream Factory presents a sci-fi double feature to shout about when Millennium & R.O.T.O.R. come to Blu-ray on February 23, 2016. These two cult classics from the 80s are now finally available for the first time on Blu-ray, in a release including an alternate […]

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7 Minutes (Blu-ray Review)

7 Minutes follows Sam (Luke Mitchell), Mike (Jason Ritter) and Owen (Zane Holtz), three high school friends who are forced by circumstance to commit a brazen robbery that goes horribly wrong. As each minute of the event unfolds, the stakes are pushed higher and higher. What begins as a simple plan — ‘in and out […]

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Dolphin Tale 2 (Blu-ray Review)

So here we are again with another family film based on the true story of a dolphin named Winter.  For the record, “Another Dolphin Tale” or “A Tale of Two Dolphins” may have been better title ideas to work with, but Dolphin Tale 2 is largely more of the same, as far as this sort […]

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Dolphin Tale 2 Comes To Blu-ray This December!

I cannot say this is a film that has me super excited, but at the same time, I am sure it is probably pretty good.  I reviewed the first Dolphin Tale on Blu-ray and found it to be fine.  Everything I have heard about this sequel suggests the same, plus I still get Morgan Freeman, so […]

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‘The Motel Life’ on Blu-ray & DVD June 3rd!

Based on the popular novel by Willy Vlautin, THE MOTEL LIFE is a searing and profound examination of brotherhood set in the timeless Sierra Nevadan frontier. Frank (Emile Hirsch) and Jerry Lee Flannigan (Stephen Dorff) work odd jobs, drink hard, and drift from motel to motel. Their only escape is through Frank s fantastic stories […]

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Dolphin Tale (Blu-ray Review)

The end of 2011 brought us War Horse and We Bought a Zoo, which were films that really poured on the sentiment.  They were also films that I overall liked, mainly because their aim to be well-meaning and sweet-natured did not affect my judgment on other aspects of the films to arrive at an appropriate […]

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