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Top 10 Films Of 2016: A Brandon Peters Story

As always when I do these “Best” lists, I ask two things of you, the reader.  Take the words best or top and replace it with “favorite”.  And importantly, number or ranking doesn’t matter, what is included does.  2016 was an interesting year for me, in that I feel a hair underqualified, but still, this […]

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Jupiter Ascending (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Jupiter Ascending, quite the despised film that I guess won’t go away thanks to a new home video format.  My average film score on the Blu-ray and kind thoughts on the merits it did bring to the table were met with plenty of disdain when I posted the review and shared it to social media.  The […]

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Own The Conjuring 2 on Blu-ray on September 13th & Scare Your Mama!

Resist the temptations of oppressive spirits when The Conjuring 2 arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. New Line Cinema’s supernatural thriller The Conjuring 2, with James Wan (Furious 7) once again at the helm following the record-breaking success of The Conjuring and bringing to the screen another real case from the files of renowned […]

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SING STREET, One of the Year’s Most Enjoyable Films, Arrives on Blu-ray This July

Audiences everywhere will be dancing in the streets when Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company release the universally praised film, SING STREET on Blu-ray™ and DVD July 26, 2016 from Anchor Bay Entertainment and available on Digital HD and On Demand from Starz Digital July 26, 2016. From celebrated director and writer John Carney (Begin Again, […]

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‘The Conjuring 2’ Doubles Down On The Scares, But Not Much Else (Movie Review)

There hasn’t been that much buzz leading up to the theatrical release of The Conjuring 2.  While it took me a couple watches to warm up to the first installment (my Blu-ray review here), I guess what I’m most surprised is the return of James Wan in the directors chair.  After he got the invite […]

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‘Sing Street’ Rocks (Movie Review)

After mixing it up with bigger stars and budgets with Begin Again starring Kiera Knightley and Mark Ruffalo, writer/director John Carney has taken things back down a notch with the incredibly winning Sing Street. This film takes the sweetness found in Carney’s breakout film, Once, and enlivens the material with an attitude akin to Son […]

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