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Best Buy Steelbook releases are the best in my opinion. Zavvi is the only place close that delivers the same level of awesomeness. This steelbook is a great release of a mediocre movie. Yes, the concept is cool but the film didn’t deliver a memorable experience. I felt as though

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Hudson Hawk is one of those movies that you remember where you were when you watched it. Mine was while visiting the Lake of the Ozarks. I also remember that I got butter on my new shirt. The movie is still the best part of the day. Kino Lorber continues

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Sam Neill and Laurence Figure are great in this perfect blend of science fiction and horror. The amount of jump scares will have you on the edge of your seat. Kathleen Quinlan and Joley Richardson are great as well. I watched this movie in theaters and was scared shitless during

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He’s Watching is just the movie I needed. I’ve been watching an unbelievable amount of paranormal shows on Discovery. The shows have made me more open to the idea of  the paranormal. He’s Watching is in my top favorite films for the year. The film comes from the mind of

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I had only watched bits and pieces of the movie until now. I watched it thanks to Kino Lorber, who released it in 4H UHD this month. You can pick it up here. Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet work wonderfully off of one another. Elijah Wood, Mark Ruffalo and Kirsten

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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is a great film  that even those who don’t care for Westerns will enjoy. Jimmy Stewart is brilliant opposite John Wayne. Paramour released The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance in glorious 4K. If you have never seen this classic, I recommend making a blind

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I had the chance to review Heavy Metal which was recently released in a gorgeous steelbook. Take a listen to my review: Synopsis Based on the fantastical illustrated magazine HEAVY METAL, producer Ivan Reitman enlists the help of some of Hollywood’s animation masters to create the otherworldly tale of a

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Kino Lorber has released In The Heat of the Night on 4K. This release is a must own for film historians and fans of Sidney Poitier. Looking back at my movie watching favorites that still resonate with me today. It’s my favorite Poitier film. I love his other work, but

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Wherever David Cronenberg makes a movie with Viggo Mortensen, magic happens. A History of Violence is my favorite Cronenburg film, but this is a close second.  Vincent Cassel is the embodiment of evil as the son of Armin-Mueller Stahl, the boss of the Russian mob. I first was made aware of

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I am a broken record but never sleep on the bonus features. My personal preference is to watch the film with audio commentary if I have seen the film before. The commentary by Francis Ford Coppola is well worth the price of the set. There is so much to be

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