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Steve Anderson has been writing about movies on a continuing basis since 2004. His work has been seen in a variety of places like Film Threat, Monsters and Critics, and Movieweb. He was the former lead reviewer for Screenhead before making the jump to EntertainmentTell, and has covered topics from electronics to politics and economics, and just about everything in between.

DVD Review: The Possession of Michael King

There’s an old saying that notes that an atheist can never find God for much the same reason that a thief can never find a policeman. While not everybody agrees with that concept, it’s kind of going to be the one that “The Possession of Michael King”–a copy of which our friends at Anchor Bay more »

Blu-ray Review: Sacrament

Coupling Ti West and backwoods horror sounds like a pretty impressive combination, and it’s one that our friends out at Magnet–who sent out a copy of “Sacrament” for review–decided to take for a spin. But would this be as exciting as its pedigree implies? ” takes us out to Eden Parish, a little-known, out of more »

DVD Review: Agatha Christie Marple Fan Favorites Collection

With Poirot about to be coming to an end after a massive 13 series run, there’s got to be something to step up and fill the gap. Perhaps, on at least some level, that can be found from Agatha Christie’s other major mystery series involving the legendary Miss Marple. Our friends out at Acorn sent more »

Blu-ray Review: The Quiet Ones

A good ghost story seldom goes unappreciated, and thankfully, we’ve got a good ghost story afoot indeed with “,” a copy of which Lionsgate sent out for review. “The Quiet Ones” takes us out to a new experiment, already in progress. A college professor is working with a group of students in a bid to more »

Blu-ray Review: The Midnight Game

Sometimes games have a way of getting out of control; that game of Twister that ends with a wrenched back, that game of Monopoly that ends with a fist fight, and so on down the line. That’s going to be nicely exemplified with Anchor Bay’s “The Midnight Game,” a copy of which they sent our more »

Blu-ray Review: Shogun

One of the biggest miniseries of the 1980s was “Shogun.” Huge for a great many reasons, it was not only extensive, but also expansive, and our friends at CBS Home Entertainment have brought this one back and given it the full Blu-ray treatment. They sent on a copy for us to review, and this one…well…clear more »

Blu-ray Review: Proxy

Pregnancy is a time that’s full of possibility. Full of joy and suffering in nearly equal measures–at least, from what I’ve heard–it’s hard to imagine what might happen when it’s suddenly taken away. That’s the question that “Proxy” will pose, and our friends out at IFC sent over a copy for us to review. This more »

Blu-ray Review: Without Warning

Movies involving aliens go back decades, and Scream Factory are no less susceptible to the horrors of outer space, as evidenced by “Without Warning,” a copy of which was sent out for review. But though this one itself will go back quite a ways, will it age as well as some of its contemporaries? “Without more »

Blu-ray Review: Leviathan

Fans of eighties science fiction–or just of science fiction in general–have a new reason to cheer thanks to Scream Factory, who sent over a copy of “Leviathan” for us to review. Lots of old familiar faces in this one, and beyond that, a terrific tale of action, adventure, and undersea horror awaits therein. ” takes more »

Blu-ray Review: Ginger Snaps

Sometimes horror can be at its most interesting when it’s working with the classics. Vampire movies should have been a disaster until “30 Days of Night” took another run at it, let alone what things like “Daybreakers” ended up doing. Our friends out at Scream Factory sent out another such interesting deviation from monster movie more »

DVD Review: Varsity Blood

For as long as I can remember, and likely beyond, the social order of high school largely began with the jocks and went outward from there. That’s a phenomenon that doesn’t seem to have changed much over the years, and will bear out reasonably well in Image Entertainment’s “Varsity Blood”, a copy of which they more »

Blu-ray Review: Motel Hell

There’s an old saying by a fella named Otto Von Bismarck: “If you like laws and sausages, you should never watch either one being made.” That’s a particular lesson that will hold a lot of water with our newest arrival that Scream Factory sent our way to review, “Motel Hell.” If it seems familiar, it more »