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Get Lost in THE PHOTOGRAPH on Blu-ray and DVD, May 12th!

Make. Love. Last. Issa Rae (“Insecure,” Little) and Lakeith Stanfield (Straight Outta Compton, “Atlanta”) star in the striking and beautiful love story about how quickly lives can change forever when THE PHOTOGRAPH arrives on Digital April 28, 2020 and on Blu-Ray™️ and DVD May 12, 2020 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. A touching story that […]

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Good Boys (Blu-ray Review)

Good Boys for me is just one of those moments in life when you watch a trailer, it reminds you of a blast from the past (in this case Superbad) and you say why not.  Why not refers to the fact that it appears like you could have a fun time with this one.  It […]

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‘Good Boys’ Pleases With Raunchy Innocence (Movie Review)

Good Boys for me is just one of those moments in life when you watch a trailer, it reminds you of a blast from the past (in this case Superbad) and you say why not.  Why not refers to the fact that it appears like you could have a fun time with this one.  It […]

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UNCLE DREW Crosses Over To 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray September 25th!

An all-star cast drives to the hoop in the hilarious basketball comedy Uncle Drew,arriving on Digital September 11 and on 4K Ultra HD™ Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand September 25 from Summit Entertainment, a Lionsgate company. Based on the hit Pepsi web series, the […]

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Get Out (Blu-ray Review)

Those familiar with the work of Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele) may not be too surprised by the effectiveness of his horror debut Get Out. His television series juggled laughs with socially conscious material and cinematic flair, no different than how effective horror films mask their deeper and relevant social themes with […]

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Embrace The Social Thrills Of ‘Get Out’ (Movie Review)

Those familiar with the work of Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele) may not be too surprised by the effectiveness of his horror debut Get Out. His television series juggled laughs with socially conscious material and cinematic flair, no different than how effective horror films mask their deeper and relevant social themes with […]

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