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DVD Review: Blood Glacier

There’s nothing quite like the good old fashioned monster movie, and when IFC gets in on the action, well, that’s certainly a good sign. Our friends out at IFC, meanwhile, showed this off by sending over a copy of “Blood Glacier” for us to review, and this one is a monster movie with all the more »

Movie Review: ‘Fight Church’

They’re called The Power Team. Formed in the ’70s, their goal remains relatively simple – sell Jesus and personal salvation via performance displays of advanced physical prowess meshed with easily digestible evangelism. All throughout the ’80s, they made appearances on Christian TV stations and in Megachurches, all in a noble attempt to prove that a more »

Movie Review: “Dolphin Tale 2″

There’s not too many truly GREAT things you can say about a “Dolphin Tale 2.” However, there’s not too many HORRIBLE things you can say about it either. Overall, it’s a pretty safe movie. The characters dwell in a grayish middle-ground area where they always seem to act the way they’re supposed to. In doing more »

Blu-ray Review: Disaster L.A.: The Last Zombie Apocalypse Begins Here

In life, there are certain things that go together well. Peanut butter and chocolate, for example. A cool drink on a hot day. Things like that just work together. But one thing that doesn’t quite work so well at first glance is “Warner Bros.” and “direct to video horror.” However, Warner’s going to take a more »

Blu-ray Review: Godzilla

He’s the ultimate in movie monsters. Freddy Krueger gets bad dreams from him. Jason Voorhees hopes never to be caught anywhere within a country mile–about six steps–from him. Pinhead shudders at the thought of finding room for him in hell. He’s Godzilla, and our friends at Warner Bros. sent out a copy of his latest more »

Movie Review: “The Drop” 

“The Drop” is the sort of movie that there seems to be two or three of every year, even though they’re never particular popular, critically acclaimed, or good: The gritty, blue-collar East Coast crime film. Sidney Lumet made a bunch of these in the ’70s that were awesome, but most of the contemporary ones are more »

Blu-ray review: ‘Draft Day’

The NFL has been having a rough time of it lately. What with getting the Ray Rice situation 100% wrong, feeling the sting of millions of social media critiques, and basically appearing to put money over basic human morality, the new National Pastime has been going through some significant growing pains in the high tech more »

Blu-ray Review: The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Fifth Season

Vampires can seem like pretty mysterious creatures to the outside world, all right. After all, these things tend to stay in the shadows and well away from human view, until, of course, it’s time to turn one into dinner. Our friends out at Warner Bros., meanwhile, sent over a copy of “The Vampire Diaries: The more »

Blu-ray Review: Supernatural: The Complete Ninth Season

There’s always something to be said for a show that has been on the air continuously for the better part of a decade, and our friends out at Warner Bros. sent over a copy of one show to do just that. Specifically, they sent over “Supernatural: The Complete Ninth Season,” and for those who like more »

Movie Review: “The Damned” and “At the Devil’s Door”

Oh man, am I a sucker or what? I feel like I keep getting duped over and over again by these “Now in Theaters” Video OnDemand (VOD) extravaganzas, especially the horror flicks — these independently-made films that promise high quality production, star a bunch of (almost) A-list actors, and feature talented, up-and-coming directors. The trailers more »

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Blu-ray Review: Young Justice

It’s been called the fourth best cartoon to ever get cancelled–at least, that’s what WatchMojo had to say about it– and it’s still got quite a fanbase. It’s none other than “Young Justice,” and our friends out at Warner Bros. sent over a copy of the first season for us to review. While it’s also more »

Movie Review: “The Identical”

It’s a Christian musical, steeped in the iconography of Elvis Presley, produced and directed by a three-generation family of religious music producer/filmmakers, with a former Elvis impersonator in the lead (dual) role, along with name actors like Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Seth Green and Mickey from Seinfeld. Plus, there’s a repeated undercurrent of incongruous Christian more »