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Alien Anthology (Blu-ray Review)

I’m pretty sure that all three of my staff Blu-ray reviewers, excluding myself, would put some of the Alien movies in their all-time favorite lists if I asked them.  And so when the Alien Anthology Blu-ray box set arrived at my doorstep upon returning from sunny California, almost two weeks ago, it arrived at what […]

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Alien Anthology Hatches on Blu-ray

Frankenstein?  Dracula?  King Kong?  I think not.  If you really want to see one of the most feared movie monsters of all time, look no further than the Alien film franchise.  It was back in 1979 when director Ridley Scott launched such a scare on unsuspecting movie-goers, that the eyeless, razor-grinning, slime-drooling, tail-whipping, parasitic-youth baddies […]

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Comic-Con 2010: Paul

I first became aware of the upcoming Simon Pegg comedy adventure, Paul, through my involvement over at leiasmetalbikini.com.  The webmaster over there filled me in on the filming late last year, as it pertains to all things Comic-Con and of course, girls dressed in scantily clad Princess Leia metal bikinis. The film has a ridiculous […]

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Earth Day Release For Avatar Marks Launch Of 1 Million Trees

I know we just posted the press release not so long ago for James Cameron’s monster hit Avatar, but when this press release hit my inbox I instantly had a thought.  What a better way to persuade our eco-friendly writer Gregg Senko into buying this Blu-ray release.  So Gregg…if you are reading this, check out the […]

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Avatar Blu-ray = 40th Anniversary of Earth Day

Summertime arrives early this year for me with last year’s blockbuster film coming to Blu-ray this April.  Actually, isn’t it the biggest grossing film of all time?  Well anyway, the record breaking film needs no introduction.  James Cameron’s Avatar arrives on the Blu-ray/DVD retail shelves of planet Earth everywhere on April 22nd.  If that day doesn’t […]

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James Cameron Keeps His Crown with ‘Avatar’

After the death of his twin brother, Paraplegic marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) voyages to the alien world of Pandora to complete the mission his late sibling had signed up for.  The mission involves transferring Jake’s consciousness into an artificially grown body called an avatar via some futuristic gizmo.  These avatars have been created to […]

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‘Avatar’ in 3D Stunning, But Tedious

Finally the release date for Avatar arrived.  The street lamp-hung signs at July’s Comic-Con now fulfilled their advertising destiny.  The autumn-released teaser trailers and strategically placed glimpses were no longer needed as the real deal had landed.  Rumors had swirled for months as to how much the film cost.  Some said it was the first […]

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“My Heart Will Go On” with Avatar

For nearly three hours tonight I sat in the movie theater and completely forgot about all of my troubles, all of my worries and nothing else even mattered to me in the world except the universe James Cameron masterfully created in Avatar.  I even forgot I was part of the human race as I sat […]

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