Tag Archive for 'Efren Ramirez'

Crank (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Crank is fondly immortalized in my memories as one of the first elite Blu-ray titles that overwhelmingly wowed and showed off how razor sharp certain 1080p video footage could be.  I know we have come a long way since then with both 4K and 8K video sources and displays, but in the early days of […]


Endgame (Blu-ray Review)

The inspirational feature film Endgame, starring Rico Rodriguez (Modern Family), Ivonne Coll (Jane The Virgin), Efren Ramirez (Napoleon Dynamite) and Justina Machado (The Purge: Anarchy), will debut on DVD and Blu-ray on July 5 via Shout! Factory, and will have bonus features including Spanish-language subtitles.  Endgame is a fictional story based on true events – […]


Napoleon Dynamite – 10th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

It’s really been ten years since Napoleon Dynamite came out and we all had a Jamiroquai song stuck in our heads?  Ten years since people were quoting and accenting Jon Heder as Napoleon like kids in the 90s were “Yeah, Baby” and quoting Mike Myers’ Austin Powers character?  Dang, ten years ago I was in […]


Will Ferrell’s ‘Casa De Mi Parde’ Bows On Blu-ray This July

I missed this one in the theaters, but unfortunately I don’t have to wait too long.  From the gringos that brought you Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy comes the slapstick, action comedy, Casa De Mi Padre, arriving on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand on July 17th. Producer and star Will Ferrell, […]


Gamer (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s cut straight to the chase here.  I realize that I am probably going to lose credibility points amongst the masses for having nothing but good things to say about this Blu-ray release, but today I became something I never thought I would ever be…a “gamer.”  Yes, that’s right, today I fell in love with […]


Brian’s Crank 2 High Voltage Blu-ray Review

Jason Statham is back meaner, crazier and badder than ever as the beloved Chev Chelios in Lionsgate’s Crank 2 High Voltage and Brian White got the opportunity to screen the Blu-ray release early as he shares his thoughts over at Into The Blu.  There’s no denying that 2007’s Crank became Blu-ray’s early flagship title, with pristine video and […]