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Lost In London: A Comedic Odyssey Matched With Experimentation

On January 19th, I was able to attend the screening of the first film to be shot live and broadcast simultaneously into theaters in England and the U.S. While one would expect an experience like this to be the brain child of some indie filmmaker making his name, a new, unexpected Cloverfield movie, or some […]

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Woody Harrelson Stars In The First Live Feature Film – Lost In London

Here’s something that I didn’t see coming. The first live feature film will be streamed to cinemas all over this month and it stars Woody Harrelson. Based on a script he wrote that detailed one of his own experiences, Lost In London finds Harrelson playing himself in a story that involves his struggle to get back […]

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‘Zoolander 2’ Doubles Down On The Dumb (Movie Review)

Another year, another sequel to a cult-favorite comedy. 15 years after Zoolander served as a light and silly comedy to help people laugh again, following the 9/11 tragedy that occurred weeks earlier, we now have Zoolander 2, which is severely lacking in laughs. The film is full of cameos and gags, but the idea of […]

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Brian White’s Top 10 Favorite Films of 2015

It’s that time of the year again.  I generally hate this time of the year not because of the holidays, but because it means nothing but cold and deadness outside and in a reviewer’s world, the dreaded TOP 10 Favorite Films lists as well.  Last year there was an influx of good movies released theatrically (IMO) making […]

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Zoolander – The Blue Steelbook (Blu-ray Review)

Everyone’s favorite male models look even more good looking in high definition when ZOOLANDER hits the runway for the first time on Blu-ray in a new, Limited Edition Gift Set December 1, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution.  Sporting an original design and swathed in a signature “Blue SteelBook,” this season’s must-have gift comes fully accessorized […]

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Interview with No Escape’s John Dowdle and Drew Dowdle

I was super excited to get the opportunity to chat with the brains behind No Escape!  The director/writer John Dowdle and co-writer Drew Dowdle were so awesome and easy to talk to!  It’s always great to talk with filmmakers who have a genuine passion for what they do!  I really enjoyed this movie!  Just when […]

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No Escape (Blu-ray Review)

The movie title No Escape (not the 1994 one) sounds so familiar, doesn’t it?  At least to me it does.  It sounds like it could easily be a name of a KISS song from the 1980s or something when they were struggling to find their sound during the Killers era, but I digress.  Perhaps what shocked me even more […]

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ZOOLANDER Arrives In Limited Edition “Blue Steelbook” Gift Set December 1st!

Everyone’s favorite male models look even more good looking in high definition when ZOOLANDER hits the runway for the first time on Blu-ray in a new, Limited Edition Gift Set December 1, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution.  Sporting an original design and swathed in a signature “Blue SteelBook,” this season’s must-have gift comes fully […]

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‘No Escape’ Plans A Daring Blu-ray Assault This November

Before we begin here I have to go on record and declare my love for this title.  So here we go.  Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company are proud to announce the home entertainment release of the intense international thriller, No Escape starring Owen Wilson (Wedding Crashers, Zoolander, Night at the Museum series)), Lake Bell (HBO’s “How to Make it in […]

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There’s ‘No Escape’-ing The Intensity Here (Movie Review)

The movie title No Escape (not the 1994 one) sounds so familiar, doesn’t it?  At least to me it does.  It sounds like it could easily be a name of a KISS song from the 1980s or something when they were struggling to find their sound during the Killers era, but I digress.  Perhaps what shocked […]

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‘Inherent Vice’ Trips Up On Blu-ray This April

Here’s what I want y’all to do, peeps!  Chill out and get groovy when Inherent Vice arrives onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD on April 28 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.  With an ensemble cast of characters that includes surfers, hustlers, dopers, rockers and more, Inherent Vice is the seventh feature from Oscar nominee Paul […]

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‘Night At the Museum’: London Drift (Movie Review)

I had fun with this film.  There is more to read, but how much do I really need to say about the third film in a series about Ben Stiller interacting with museum exhibits that come to life at night, thanks to the power of a magic tablet?  Okay, so maybe that sentence alone can […]

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LA Story: ‘Inherent Vice’ (Movie Review)

Former flames, big time real estate moguls, something called the Golden Fang, and of course, lots of drugs; it looks like Doc might be getting in over his head.  Following There Will Be Blood and The Master it is nice to see writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson lighten up with Inherent Vice, an adaptation of Thomas […]

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The Hero Of Color City (Blu-ray Review)

An imaginative animated tale for the pre-school/kindergarten set, The Hero Of Color City chronicles the adventures of a diverse band of crayons that come alive in a little boy’s room when he drifts off to sleep. Replete with valuable life lessons, this enchanting story will entertain and inspire in a stunningly rendered and utterly unique animated world.  In support of […]

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Drunk History: Seasons 1 & 2 (DVD Review)

Drunk History is the brain child of Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner.  Apparently inspired by drunk ramblings of New Girl star Jake Johnson during a night out.  It originally was produced and air on the comedy website Funny Or Die.  In 2013, the web show was brought to the television format on Comedy Central.  It […]

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Are You Here (Blu-ray Review)

Mad Men has long been a hugely celebrated drama and is deserving of its many accolades over the years.  It broke the Emmy barrier for Cable TV saying that not just premium channels were making great television, regular old cable was doing it too.  The man behind the series is Matthew Weiner, who steps out […]

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (Blu-ray Review)

The Grand Budapest Hotel is a film not only packed with characters, sets, costumes, and all the things that tend to typify writer/director Wes Anderson’s style, it is also packed with story.  It is becoming more and more clear to me how much Anderson enjoys having films that are about stories being told to an […]

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Wes Anderson Criterion Collection Blu-ray Sale Til June 1st

Hey, we are a Blu-ray site, might as well let everyone know when cool Blu-ray things are happening, right?  Well, with the new release of Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic: with Steve Zissou making its debut on Blu-ray this week, it seems that Amazon is having a sale in its honor.  All of the previous […]

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