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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (Blu-ray Review)

If at first you don’t succeed try again, right? Wait a minute, the first Ghost Rider film grossed almost 230 million dollars worldwide, what do you mean try again? It was a box-office success even though it was garbage. Well, there are forces out there that deemed there be a sequel to the film, or […]

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‘Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance’ on Blu-ray June 12th

Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage (1996, Best Actor in a Leading Role for Leaving Las Vegas) is back as Johnny Blaze in Marvel’s action-packed 3D sequel GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE, unleashed June 12th on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray™ and DVD – all with UltraViolet™ – from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.  In this thrilling follow-up to […]

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SDCC 2011: Sony: The Amazing Spider-Man, Total Recall, 30 Minutes or Less, and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

Among the biggest things at San Diego Comic Con this year, people were heavily anticipating panels for Spielberg and The Adventures of Tintin, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and of course Twilight.  Another widely anticipated event would be the reveal of new footage from the upcoming Spider-Man film.  During the Sony Pictures panel on […]

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Jonah Hex Gets Ugly in Ghost Rider 2

I first became interested in Jonah Hex last summer after seeing a sneak peak of several scenes at Warner Brothers’ Comic-Con panel (see here).  I have to admit; I have never read a single page of the DC Comics’ title.  So I guess you can say that I am a Jonah Hex virgin.  Sometimes that’s […]

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Gamer (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s cut straight to the chase here.  I realize that I am probably going to lose credibility points amongst the masses for having nothing but good things to say about this Blu-ray release, but today I became something I never thought I would ever be…a “gamer.”  Yes, that’s right, today I fell in love with […]

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Brian’s Crank 2 High Voltage Blu-ray Review

Jason Statham is back meaner, crazier and badder than ever as the beloved Chev Chelios in Lionsgate’s Crank 2 High Voltage and Brian White got the opportunity to screen the Blu-ray release early as he shares his thoughts over at Into The Blu.  There’s no denying that 2007’s Crank became Blu-ray’s early flagship title, with pristine video and […]

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