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A Bad Moms Christmas (Blu-ray Review)

A Bad Moms Christmas is an odd one for me to be reviewing here on the site.  It’s not because it’s a female centric film, but because I was so opposed to the first one.  For some reason I wanted absolutely nothing to do with it.  However, one boring Austin, TX afternoon I was able to pick Bad […]


Suicide Squad (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Suicide Squad is one of those movies where you just have to get that first screening under your belt.  It’s like being on a Southwest Airlines airplane.  You know how you hear that ding and the captain says you’re now free to move around the cabin?  It’s sort of the same principle with David Ayer’s Suicide Squad.  […]


Bad Moms (Blu-ray Review)

Bad Moms turned out to be quite the hit this past summer, scoring $180 million worldwide on a $20 million budget. It is enough for STX Entertainment to be figuring out not only a sequel, but a spin-off titled Bad Dads. The success should not be too much of a surprise, as the film should […]


BAD MOMS Makes For Good Blu-ray November 1st!

Bad Moms, the year’s biggest R-rated comedy – a runaway hit with audiences and critics alike – is coming to Digital HD on October 18, 2016 and Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on November 1, 2016, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.  The raunchy film described as “incredibly funny!” by Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly, is the […]


Suicide Squad Saves The World With Disappointment (Movie Review)

Suicide Squad needs no further word of mouth to market this one.  Warner Bros. made plenty sure of that with all the various trailers and TV spots.  Heck, Margot Robbie is practically the poster child of this one.  Who needs the Joker and Batman?  She sells the film herself as Harley Quinn, but seriously.  The […]


The Messy Guns: From The Files Of ‘Suicide Squad’ (Movie Review)

There’s a scene at the end of the second act of Suicide Squad where Task Force X, a group of supervillains brought together to fight fire with fire (sometimes literally), hang out in a bar. The idea is to have the group relate to each other and come to the conclusion that the world may […]