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Mark of the Devil – Blu-ray Review


WITCH-FINDERS, VOMIT BAGS, AND DE-TONGUE-INGS It’s a shame they didn’t have cable TV in 18th century Austria; perhaps then they would have had something better to do than spend their days and nights pointing fingers at their friends and neighbors, screaming “witch! witch!” Unfortunately, if we are to believe the opening scroll of this sordid ...

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I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) – Blu-ray Review


This movie makes me feel old. I almost can’t believe that it’s been 17 years since it was released in theaters. I was just budding into a teenager when I first saw the film, and it was one of the first notable horror franchises of the mid-to-late 90’s that were trying to revive the Teen/Slasher ...

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Krull (1983) – Blu-ray Review


Back in the 80’s, there were a lot of great sci-fi and fantasy films being released. The genres were both so popular that a lot of studios started coming up with whatever they could to cash in on the craze. Thanks to movies like Star Wars lighting up the box office, it was possible for ...

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Used Cars Blu-ray Review

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Back to the Future is my favorite movie of all time. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s talk about Used Cars. For those who don’t see a connection between the two, both films are directed by Robert Zemeckis, produced by Bob Gale, and co-written by the two. Amazingly, I had never seen Used ...

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Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season One – Blu-ray Review


Even though we are living in 2013 and the Blu-ray format has been around for years, it is still uncommon for television shows to be released on Blu-ray. Sure, your top tier shows with a large fanbase — like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad, — get high definition releases, but  many other series do ...

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A Simple Twist of Fate/Unstrung Heroes Double Feature – Blu-ray Review


Recently, Mill Creek released quite a few double feature blu-rays, including the Hostel double pack that we reviewed last month. While that was an example of two movies that have been previously released in high definition, quite a few of the titles in these double feature sets have actually not seen such a transfer. The ...

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