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Shohan’s Top 10 Movie List for 2015

So concludes this year of movie adventures!  There have definitely been some surprising highs along with a few soul crushing lows, (cough) Fantastic 4 (cough).  But through it all, we have persevered to reach the truly great films of the past year that keep giving us a reason to leave our cozy homes in favor […]

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Inside Out (Blu-ray Review)

From the imaginative minds of Disney-Pixar comes Inside Out on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere October 13th and on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray Combo Pack and On-Demand November 3rd! Additionally, along with the extensive line-up of bonus features including deleted scenes, the theatrical short film LAVA and “Paths to Pixar: The Women of Inside Out,” comes the all-new […]

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Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ Debuts A Full Trailer

A couple months back we got to see a tease of what Pixar has lined up for next year.  Now we have a full on trailer for Inside Out, which looks like it will be all sorts of entertainment, given it’s out-there ideas for how to make another original animated adventure.  It is a nice break […]

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Pixar’s INSIDE OUT Gets A Teaser Trailer

A lot of movement has taken place at Pixar this past year, in terms of when and what movies will be coming out of the animation studio in the future.  We may be getting a couple more sequels (to some of their best films), but there are a number of originals coming our way as […]

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D23 Expo 2013 – Day One: Friday August 9, 2013

All the magic and excitement of the past, present and future of Disney entertainment will come together once again when D23: The Official Disney Fan Club presents an all-new D23 Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center on Aug. 9-11, 2013.  Among the highlights of D23 Expo 2013 will be expanded capacities at some of our most […]

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Bad Teacher (Blu-ray Review)

Amidst the many R-rated comedies of 2011, Bad Teacher managed to become a pretty decent sized hit.  It crossed over the $100 mil mark and seemed to prove that Cameron Diaz can draw in a crowd.  I still wish it was a better movie though.  Instead of playing out as a clever satire about a […]

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