Category Archives: Blu-ray Reviews

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The Negotiator Blu-ray Review

The Negotiator, a film so good that TNT picked it up years ago and played it over and over again. The uncut…

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The Taking of Pelham 123 Review

It appears that Taking of Pelham 123 is an interesting story, probably, since this is the 2nd remake of the film. The…

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Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure Blu-ray Review

Tinker Bell and The Lost Treasure is a remarkable tale about the power of true friendship that your family will want to…

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Red Dwarf: Back To Earth Review

It’s generally thought that British shows, especially comedies, don’t translate particularly well to American audiences, and while I’d like to think that…

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Easy Rider Review

Easy Rider is a 1969 American road film written Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda, Jack Nicholson and Terry Southern. The film was produced…

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The Proposal Blu-ray Review

Here, gimme that. Whoops, 5 second rule! – Andrew Paxton Distributor: WDSHE (Disney) Studio: Touchstone Home Ent. Runtime: 108 Minutes Rating: PG-13…

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Night of the Creeps Blu-ray Review

Wow, what a cool little film that I had never heard of until now. It’s to no surprise that this is a…

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Blood: The Last Vampire Review

Blood: The Last Vampire was first an anime film very popular in Japan and abroad. The story of Saya has been so…

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Whatever Works Review

Isn’t it ironic that I find myself reviewing a film by the name of one of my most used replies. “Whatever Works.”…

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UK: Angels & Demons Review

Warning Let me start the Blu-ray review by saying that this film is yet to be released in the US and is…

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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Review

“Why a spoon, cousin, why not an axe?” … “Because it’s dull, you twit, it will hurt more!” – The Sheriff &…

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The Craft Review

First I’d like to mention that I am not a fan of horror, occasionally I will sit and watch something gory or…

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Wolf Review

The timing couldn’t be any better for Columbia Pictures’ Blu-ray release of Wolf, what with Halloween right around the corner, the tweenage…

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Adoration Review

Adoration is one of those low-budget, low-profile films that garner critical acclaim, but fail to make enough of an impact on modern…

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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Review

Theatrical:  Columbia Tri Star Video:  Sony Pictures Runtime:  2:03 Region Free Disc Size: 38,965,767,617 bytes Feature Size: 37,196,507,136 bytes Video Bitrate: 29.71…

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Gladiator Sapphire Series Blu-ray Review

“My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius, commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions, loyal servant to the…