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Kong: Skull Island (3D Blu-ray Review)    28 Jul, 2017

Article By: John Latchem

The film’s greatest asset is its visual style, as director Jordan Vogt-Roberts seems to frame...More>>

Fate of the Furious, The (Blu-ray Review)    21 Jul, 2017

Article By: John Latchem

There’s not much logic to be found here, just cool cars, spectacular chases and a few imaginative...More>>

Pink Panther Film Collection, The (Blu-ray Review)    20 Jul, 2017

Article By: John Latchem

Film buffs in general and “Pink Panther” fans in particular should be tickled pink that the...More>>

Joe Versus the Volcano (Blu-ray Review)    17 Jul, 2017

Article By: Mike Clark

Despite a loopy affability that occasionally comes off as strained though rarely to deal-breaking...More>>

Savage Innocents, The (Blu-ray Review)    17 Jul, 2017

Article By: Mike Clark

This cult hit from director Nicholas Ray gets off to something of a rocky start, which it then...More>>

They Live by Night (Blu-ray Review)    10 Jul, 2017

Article By: Mike Clark

Though it deviates from Edward Anderson’s 1937 source novel in key respects, director Nicholas...More>>

Hell and High Water (Blu-ray Review)    10 Jul, 2017

Article By: Mike Clark

Director Samuel Fuller was far more of a Cold War than parsnip kind of guy, which pretty much...More>>

Power Rangers (Blu-ray Review)    3 Jul, 2017

Article By: John Latchem

'Power Rangers' fans will certainly getting their money’s worth with this Blu-ray of the film...More>>

Ballad of Cable Hogue, The (Blu-ray Review)    19 Jun, 2017

Article By: Mike Clark

Director Sam Peckinpah referred to ‘Ballad’ as his personal favorite in later years, and...More>>

South Park: The Complete Twentieth Season (Blu-ray Review)    19 Jun, 2017

Article By: John Latchem

The twentieth season of “South Park” provides more of the show’s trademark biting satire,...More>>