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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Twelve New Indie Titles

I missed all things Encapsulated last week so this time out I’m cinematically super sizing it!  That’s right film fans, I’m checking out a record twelve flicks and from genre to ratings it’s a big old mixed bag.  Gals with deadly gifts, romance amidst tragedy, proms and being shielded from the sun, stand up dissections, […]

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Tim Burton Seems At Home With ‘Peculiar Children’ (Movie Review)

Perhaps it was just a matter of time until we saw director Tim Burton make a YA novel adaptation. It makes plenty of sense, as Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children allows Burton to explore an entire household filled with loners, outcasts and “freaks”, as opposed to focusing on just one. Instead of following just […]

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar “X-Men” Children (Movie Review)

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is a “peculiar” name in its own right, don’t you think?  So here’s the deal.  There’s a guy I know in my work/personal life that has been talking about this film for over a year now.  He seems to be quite the movie connoisseur, but here’s the kicker.  He […]

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View ‘Big Eyes’ With Blu-ray Eyes This April!

Here’s one I unfortunately missed in the theaters, but I really wanted to catch it and come this April I get my wish!  So here’s the deal.  Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company are proud to announce the home entertainment release of “one of Tim Burton’s best films,” (Scott Mendelson, Forbes – Hey!  I know […]

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There Are Colorful Lies In Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ (Movie Review)

The chance to see a director switch gears and focus on something far separated from their previous work can be exciting.  As a Tim Burton fan, I do not fault him for making a lot of films that seem right up his alley.  That the recent output has not been as compelling as the films […]

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The Art Of The Steal (Blu-ray Review)

Anchor Bay’s The Art Of The Steal is another one of those movies making the Video OnDemand market even more deserving of your attention.  This one even boasts a pretty impressive cast.  Nobody is a “wow how’d they get them!?” kinda deal, but as a collection of people its rather enough to peak your interests […]

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THE ART OF THE STEAL: Starring Kurt Russell & Matt Dillon On Blu-ray May 6th!

Anchor Bay Entertainment and RADiUS-TWC are proud to announce the home entertainment release of Jonathan Sobol’s crime caper, THE ART OF THE STEAL. Following its world premiere at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, RADiUS-TWC released the film theatrically on March 14th of this year. Audiences can own the clever heist film on DVD and Blu-Ray™ on May 6, […]

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The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert (Blu-ray Review)

They always say that films featuring the identical subject matter come in two’s.  This happened in the mid 90’s with To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar and Australia’s The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert. A little over fifteen years have passed since Priscilla made her debut in cinemas and she is […]

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Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) Flies in on Blu-Ray June 7th

No, this is NOT an April Fool’s joke.  Warner Bros. has released this PR release for the world to see. Superman: Motion Picture Anthology will be hitting stores on Blu-ray June 7th, 2011!  This anthology set will consist of EIGHT discs with all four movies and hours upon hours of special features!   One of […]

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Elektra: Director’s Cut (Blu-ray Review)

When Elektra, a spin-off from 2003’s Daredevil, was first announced so many years ago my heart filled with overwhelming anticipation.  Back then; I guess you could say I had a small crush on Jennifer Garner.  She was, after all, in prime physical form for her hit TV series Alias, not to mention that sexy vixen […]

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