Category Archives: Blu-ray Reviews

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Michael Jackson’s This Is It Blu-ray Review

Michael Jackson was undoubtedly the biggest star in the planet, a performer who was able to move masses wherever he went. Michael…

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Magnolia Blu-ray Review

Magnolia is the unconventional, but undeniably ambitious third film from director Paul Thomas Anderson and though it is arguably one of his…

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Boogie Nights Blu-ray Review

Boogie Nights features an all-star studded cast of many of our stars today. Many just fresh on the scene though back in…

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Chuck: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review

The second season of Chuck is as entertaining as the first. Chuck continues his adventures in fighting the bad guys along with…

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Last Action Hero Blu-ray Review

Arnold Schwarzenegger was undoubtedly one of biggest action stars of the late 80’s and 90’s starring in numerous films such as Terminator,…

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Cliffhanger Blu-ray Review

Sylvester Stallone is one of the best action stars of the 80s and 90s starring in roles like Rocky, Rambo, Demolition Man,…

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Halloween II Blu-ray Review

Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2 … Are you scared yet? Well you ought to be! Halloween 2 slices on the scene once more…

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The Green Berets Blu-ray Review

John Wayne’s “The Green Berets” was released in 1968 under severe criticism for the depiction of the Vietnam War. Even in the…

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The Final Destination Blu-ray Review

The Final Destination releases to Blu-ray with much a buzz due largely in the fact of the recent growing popularity over the…

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Moon Blu-ray Review

Moon marks the debut of Duncan Jones as a feature film director. The film was first screened at the Sundance Film Festival…

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10 Things I Hate About You Blu-ray Review

Wow, they really did a great job with this one. Thankfully so since it is the 10th anniversary edition! Still one of…

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Riding Giants Blu-ray Review

Riding Giants is another endeavor by Stacy Peralta to document the legendary athletes that defined an extreme sport, and like his successful…

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Dogtown and Z-Boys Blu-ray Review

Stacy Peralta’s Dogtown and Z-Boys is a stylish sports documentary that chronicles the emergence of the surf/skate counter-culture in Venice, California during…

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Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs Blu-ray Review

I first heard about film Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs while reading an article about upcoming 3D movies. Having liked the…

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The Marine 2 Blu-ray Review

The setting for Marine 2 takes place on one of many beautiful islands located in Southeast Asia. Joe Linwood (a US Marine…

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It Might Get Loud Blu-ray Review

It Might Get Loud premiered in 2008 in the Toronto Film Festival and subsequently it made its way to the Sundance Film…