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Girl of the Night (DVD Review)    24 Jan, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

Anne Francis stars in this melodrama of prostitution adapted from a landmark psychoanalytical book called The Call Girl by Dr. Harold Greenwald. If not for Francis, it would be just a respectable curiosity, but she makes it a little more than that.More>>

At the Edge of the World (DVD Review)    23 Jan, 2011

Article By: Angelique Flores

The documentary is filled with more drama and intensity than audiences might expect. (Street Date 1/25/11)More>>

Dogtooth (DVD Review)    22 Jan, 2011

Article By: Erik Gruenwedel

Independent 'Dogtooth' is a cautionary (yet entertaining) tale of home schooling — on crack. (Street Date 1/25/11)More>>

Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends: The Complete Series (DVD Review)    20 Jan, 2011

Article By: John Latchem

Picking up a copy of 'Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends: The Complete Series' should be a no-brainer for fans of classic animation.More>>

Nowhere Boy (Blu-ray Review)    18 Jan, 2011

Article By: Billy Gil

Music geeks will find plenty to love getting to watch John Lennon first meet and play with Paul McCartney and George Harrison, while fans of British film and biopics needn’t even care for John Lennon or The Beatles to enjoy 'Nowhere Boy.' (Street Date 1/25/11)More>>

Howl (Blu-ray Review)    17 Jan, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

Though the idea behind it was never going to be inherently filmable, this barely released slice of anti-nostalgia can’t help but seduce, within severe screen limitations, as a cheeky screen concept for grown-ups.More>>

Phffft! (DVD Review)    17 Jan, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

Its historical distinction as the second big-screen feature of both Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak is, by itself, enough to make screenwriter George Axelrod’s marital comedy a conversation piece.More>>

Good-bye, My Lady (DVD Review)    17 Jan, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

'Good-bye, My Lady' is never as good as one would like it to be, though it has an appealing story and a most interesting cast.More>>

Adventures of Power (DVD Review)    16 Jan, 2011

Article By: Ashley Ratcliff

'Adventures of Power' is reminiscent of 'Napoleon Dynamite,' for all the right reasons. Amusing dialogue, slow-motion montages, an impromptu dance routine and the final air-drum battle make for some good laughs. (Street Date 1/25/11)More>>

Neshoba: The Price of Freedom (DVD Review)    15 Jan, 2011

Article By: Angelique Flores

The 1964 murder of three Civil Rights workers in Neshoba County, Miss., arguably pushed the country toward the passage of the Civil Rights Act. The documentary 'Neshoba' details those murders and shows how much things have changed for some and not so much for others in Neshoba County. (Street Date...More>>