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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Six New Indie Titles

Smaller cinema waits for no movie man or woman as witnessed by the six indie features donning their creative wares for film fans this week.  The perils of being identical conjoined twins, the latter days of an elder man with spirit, the consequences of being cryogenically preserved, obsessive lovers, POV zombie outbreaks and finding spirits […]

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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – 5 New Indie Titles

This week sees the return of both Jason’s to action – Bourne on the big screen and Coleman on the movie watching scene.  So from women on Wall Street to the after effects of fornicating with a ghost, we’re digging deep and diverse for the latest edition of Encapsulated Movie Reviews featuring five new films. […]

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Let’s Have a ‘Poker Night’ Blu-ray Giveaway!

I checked the trailer out down below and I’m still not sure what’s happening in this one, but it sounds like it involves gambling and Giancarlo Esposito is in it so count me in.  The tale of Poker Night goes a little something like this.  In this twisted thriller, a young detective becomes an unwilling […]

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Poker Night (Blu-ray Review)

Poker Night, a movie that doesn’t really have much to do with the game of poker itself.  So, if for some reason the box art isn’t telling you already of that fact, then let this be that sort of disclaimer for you.  The film is a crime thriller from Greg Francis, a man who looks […]

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‘Poker Night’ on Blu-ray & DVD February 10!

In this twisted thriller, a young detective becomes an unwilling participant in a sadistic game of cat-and-mouse when he is kidnapped by a masked serial killer. In order to survive, the detective must use the wisdom imparted to him by senior detectives on their regular poker night. 

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Take ‘The Call’ on Blu-ray This June

As much as I had my reservations about seeing this film in the theaters, I actually enjoyed it for what it was.  It never took itself too seriously and it had a little something special at the end that put a grin on my face.  Say what you want about The Call…it just ain’t that […]

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The Divide (Blu-ray Review)

So unrelenting is the word I would use to describe The Divide, but I don’t use that in a very good way.  Similar to another particular nasty film that is also not particularly good, Blindness, The Divide is a film focused on showing how ugly humanity can be, when all notion of hope is practically […]

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