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SpongeBob SquarePants: The Great Patty Caper (DVD Review)    4 Mar, 2011

Article By: Billy Gil

SpongeBob continues to be one of the best brands not just for children but their parents and young-at-heart adults. (Street Date 3/8/11)More>>

Unstoppable (Blu-ray Review)    2 Mar, 2011

Article By: John Latchem

Tony Scott’s latest thriller proves you don’t have to reinvent the wheel to create an effective and engrossing film.More>>

Four Lions (DVD Review)    1 Mar, 2011

Article By: Billy Gil

'Four Lions' attempts the difficult (and perhaps wrong-headed, depending on your outlook) task of finding comedy in a Jihadist suicide bombing. Miraculously, it’s mostly successful. (Street Date 3/8/11)More>>

Last Play at Shea, The (DVD Review)    28 Feb, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

If there are enough raw materials here for three or four more fleshed-out movies, it’s almost impossible for the result to be anything less than engrossing, to say nothing of endearing.More>>

My Girlfriend’s Back (DVD Review)    27 Feb, 2011

Article By: Angelique Flores

From the title, 'My Girlfriend’s Back' might seem like this film would be a romantic-comedy or a sexual romp, but it’s deeper than either of those. (Street Date 3/1/11)More>>

Zombie Women of Satan (DVD Review)    24 Feb, 2011

Article By: Erik Gruenwedel

Despite a miniscule FX budget, 'Zombie Women of Satan' doesn’t disappoint with visually effective point-blank shotgun blasts to the head, splitting skulls, gauged eyeballs, vomit streams and spurting neck wounds, among other hemorrhaging orifices. (Prebook 3/1/11; Street Date 3/29/11)More>>

Killing Jar, The (DVD Review)    22 Feb, 2011

Article By: Erik Gruenwedel

With box art depicting veteran character actor Michael Madsen aiming a high-powered shotgun at the audience, it’s safe to assume above-average thriller The Killing Jar is not a love story. (Street Date 2/22/11)More>>

Classic Educational Shorts, Vol. 4: The Celluloid Salesman (DVD Review)    21 Feb, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

The majority of the 15 shorts here (totaling just under four hours) did advance ideas or instructions of one kind or another.More>>

Looking for Palladin (DVD Review)    19 Feb, 2011

Article By: Ashley Ratcliff

The raspy-voiced Ben Gazzara and the enchanting Guatemalan people and scenery make 'Looking for Palladin' enjoyable. (Prebook 2/22/11; Street Date 3/22/11)More>>

Darling Buds of May, The (DVD Review)    17 Feb, 2011

Article By: Angelique Flores

Starring a young Catherine Zeta-Jones, “The Darling Buds of May” was a popular British series that aired from 1991 to 1993. (Street Date 2/22/11)More>>