Tag Archive for 'Pete Davidson'

Bodies Bodies Bodies (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

A24 is our current dominant cult studio for movies that are actually attempting to stand out, try new things, let creatives be free and put it out to a wider, mainstream audience. They’ve crafted a lot of the popular social media horror films in the last many years. Their latest is a Gen Z slasher […]


On October 18th, Play BODIES BODIES BODIES With Peter Paras On 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray!

A horror-comedy following a group of young friends after a party game turns deadly, Bodies Bodies Bodies arrives on Blu-ray™ (+ DVD + Digital) and DVD October 18 from Lionsgate. Best Buy will have an exclusive 4K (+ Blu-ray + Digital) combo package. . . . .


The Suicide Squad (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

One of the more sad under performers at the US box office this year was James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. Though, it did finish in the top 10 for global box office which is nice. The film was a breath of fresh air compared the that first whatever it was. Its made its way to […]


The King of Staten Island (Blu-ray Review)

By now, a new Judd Apatow movie means a film working to balance humor with pathos, while pushing the limits of its story via a lengthy runtime. For a comedy, The King of Staten Island is most certainly another Apatow flick requiring the viewer to determine whether or not 2+ hours were essential. As it […]


Judd Apatow’s THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND Hits Mainland 8/25

Pete Davidson is THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND in the moving, comedic event of the year inspired by his own true-life story, available to own for the first time on Digital August 11, 2020, and Blu-ray™ and DVD on August 25, 2020, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Renowned director Judd Apatow (Trainwreck, Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin) directs […]


The Angry Birds Move 2 (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

A few summers ago, I thought the first Angry Birds Movie would fare a lot better at the box office than it did. Maybe the big craze had really passed by before the film could strike that proverbial iron that had been plugged in and heated up. The film didn’t do horrible worldwide at all […]