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Men In Black Trilogy: 20th Anniversary (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Men In Black is 20 years old? Damn! Within a period of years it managed to put out a trilogy of films.  It has proved to be a well that Will Smith has gone back to time and time again to grab himself a little piece of blockbuster. Recently it had made waves when there […]

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Celebrate 20 Years Of MEN IN BLACK With The 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Of The Trilogy!

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the iconic MEN IN BLACK franchise by bringing all three films in the blockbuster trilogy to next-generation 4K Ultra HD™ for the first time December 5. The films are only available together in sleek, limited edition collectible packaging and include Men in Black, Men in Black II and Men in Black 3. The collection […]

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Forgotten Friday Flick – “Extreme Prejudice” (In Memory of Powers Boothe)

With the passing of the Powers Boothe this week a tribute to the iconic actor for any fan of great film is a movie must.  But since his best work in my opinion has already been given the past picture royal treatment via former movie home (see the Forgotten Friday Flick review of John Boorman’s […]

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RoboCop 3 – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Like Dr. Sam Beckett used to do through time, Scream Factory (Shout! Factory, in general) is on a mission to put right what once wrong.  Giving to us the versions of films we like that celebrate the fan and collector, while the studio original just put out a minimal effort.  And now its time to […]

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THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH Limited Collector’s Edition On Blu-ray January 24th!

Relive the imaginative and compelling cult classic, The Man Who Fell to Earth, when the Limited Collector’s Edition arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus Digital HD) January 24 from Lionsgate. International icon David Bowie stars in his unforgettable debut role as an alien who has ventured to Earth on a mission to save his planet […]

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Slaughter (Blu-ray Review)

This Jim Brown blaxploitation vehicle directed by Jack Starrett (Cleopatra Jones) is the tale of an ex-Vietnam, ex-Green Beret captain known to his friends and enemies alike by one name …Slaughter.  Gunplay, fist fights and all-out action lies around every corner in Slaughter, co-starring Cameron Mitchell (The Klansman) and Don Gordon (The Mack) and written […]

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