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Beetlejuice (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

2020 has been a good year so far with the studios and the 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray catalog titles debuting (Besides friggin’ Disney). As we continue to hear about streaming taking over and “RIP physical media”, I’m not seeing it just yet as we keep seeing awesome announcements. Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice is one of those said […]

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Jack Ryan: 5-Film Collection (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Paravmount is really on the ball and getting some of their most well known franchises out and onto the 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray format in full. Transformers, Tomb Raider, Mission: Impossible and now the Jack Ryan films (Can I get the rest of Star Trek next?). With the highly anticipated Amazon series slated to begin at […]

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Heartbreakers (Blu-ray Review)

In the fine tradition of comedy caper films such as How To Steal A Million, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Gambit, comes Heartbreakers starring Sigourney Weaver (Alien) and Jennifer Love Hewitt (TV’s Party of Five) as a mother and daughter con team.  Heartbreakers, directed by David Mirkin (Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion) from a screenplay […]

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Ravenous (Blu-ray Review)

Kicking off the second month of Scream Factory’s four month long “Summer Of Fear” is the 1999 film Ravenous.  This is a pretty big new chapter for Scream Factory as the delve into a later decade in the annals of horror’s past.  This is more of a modern vintage release for them.  Besides Scanners II/III, […]

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Scream Factory Satisfies Fans’ Hunger For RAVENOUS On June 3rd!

On June 3, 2014, SCREAM FACTORY™ is proud to release RAVENOUS Blu-ray™ on home entertainment shelves in the U.S and Canada.  Available for the first time on Blu-ray, this highly collectible SCREAM FACTORY™ release features insightful bonus content.  This is an awesome pickup by Scream Factory and begins their foray into niche horror films of the 1990s and […]

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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (Blu-ray Review)

So truth be told, I am not a big fan of the 80s teen comedies from John Hughes.  I do have two large exceptions to this however.  One is Weird Science, which I always enjoy watching.  The other is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, which is just a great coming-of-age story about our hero and his […]

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