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LA Film Festival 2018 – More Father/Son Film Reviews

Movies, movies, movies!  The yearly Los Angeles Film Festival (taking place September 20-28 – go to www.lafilmfestival.com for info!) is well underway and the flicks are unspooling fast and furious.  With only a few more days to check out budding filmmakers indie wares, the Coleman duo are hitting the movies like their lives depended on […]

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LA Film Festival 2018 – Twenty First Film Reviews

Head’s up – LA is in full film fest mode fans!  That’s right cinefiles, the prestigious and uber-diverse Los Angeles Film Festival 2018  taking place September 20-28 at various Arclight Cinemas and other movie houses around LA (hit up www.lafilmfestival.com for info!) is in full swing and there’s a little something for everybody.  (Retro screenings […]

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Justice League Vs Teen Titans (Blu-ray Review)

The demonic forces of Trigon infiltrate the minds and bodies of the Justice League, turning the veteran super heroes against their youthful counterparts in the all-new DC Universe Original Movie, Justice League vs. Teen Titans. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the film will be available from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on April […]

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The Final Girls (Blu-ray Review)

An official selection of the SXSW Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness, and celebrated at SITGES, director Todd Strauss-Schulson’s genre-blending horror comedy THE FINAL GIRLS debuts on Blu-ray™ and DVD Nov. 3 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Taissa Farmiga (“American Horror Story”), Malin Akerman (Couples Retreat), […]

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Slasher Love Letter THE FINAL GIRLS Comes To Blu-ray November 3rd!

An official selection of the SXSW Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness, and celebrated at SITGES, director Todd Strauss-Schulson’s genre-blending horror comedy THE FINAL GIRLS debuts on Blu-ray™ and DVD Nov. 3 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Taissa Farmiga (“American Horror Story”), Malin Akerman (Couples […]

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At Middleton (Blu-ray Review)

Academy Award nominees Andy Garcia (Ocean’s 11, City Island) and Vera Farmiga (A&E’s Bates Motel, Up in the Air) star as straight-laced, George and eccentric Edith, two strangers who meet on their children’s college tour at the idyllic Middleton University. Despite their opposing temperaments, George and Edith play hooky together, ditching the textbook tour for […]

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‘At Middleton’ on Blu-ray & DVD April 1st!

Academy Award nominees Andy Garcia (Ocean’s 11, City Island) and Vera Farmiga (A&E’s Bates Motel, Up in the Air) star as straight-laced, George and eccentric Edith, two strangers who meet on their children’s college tour at the idyllic Middleton University. Despite their opposing temperaments, George and Edith play hooky together, ditching the textbook tour for […]

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Jamesy Boy (Blu-ray Review)

Now, this is what you call a fast turnaround.  The film with which I’m about to give you a Blu-ray review has had a Surviving Christmas like run.  Jamesy Boy debuted on the internet (streaming services, I presume) in early January.  The film then had a theatrical run that started January 17th.  And now, here […]

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JAMESY BOY Starring James Woods, Mary Louise-Parker, Ving Rhames And Introducing Spencer Lofranco Available On Blu-ray February 25th!

Coming at you next month, from Phase 4 Films and XLrator Media is JAMESY BOY.  This true story features notable acting vets James Woods, Mary Louise-Parker and Ving Rhames.  It also sports the little Farmiga (Taissa) and a Black Eyed Pea (because everybody loves them).  This seems to be the tale of a street thug […]

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‘The Bling Ring’ Gets Caught In Coppola’s Clutches (Movie Review)

The Bling Ring is Sofia Coppola’s 5th theatrical feature and it seems like her least essential effort.  Coppola’s confidence as a filmmaker is certainly apparent, though this film, much like her previous film, Somewhere, relies a lot on repetition.  Much different from Somewhere, however, The Bling Ring is a film that is much more dynamic […]

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