Film

Absolutely Anything

Absolutely Anything

| July 7, 2017

When a powerful alien race decides to test the human race by giving one man (Simon Pegg; Hot Fuzz) omnipotence, he understandably lets it go to his head, shaping the world to his will while trying to navigate a relationship with his downstairs neighbor (Kate Beckinsale; Underworld).  Along the way he makes makes his dog […]

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Correspondence

Correspondence

| July 6, 2017

After a 6 year relationship with her former astrophysics professor (Jeremy Irons; Die Hard With a Vengeance), Amy (Olga Kurylenko) discovers that he has passed away after a short fight with brain cancer.  While she’s devastated by the loss, she finds herself drawn into a mysterious investigation as she continues to receive messages and gifts from […]

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Windows

Windows

| July 5, 2017

Gordon Willis’ work as a director of photography is legendary. His iconic cinematography shaped such classics of the 1970’s as The Godfather (though he shot the whole trilogy), Woody Allen’s Annie Hall (1977) and Manhattan (1979), and All the President’s Men (1976). Naming but these few films alone should evidence the import of Willis’ work […]

Money

Money

| July 3, 2017

When Mark (Kellan Lutz; Breaking Dawn) and Sean (Jesse Williams; Cabin in the Woods) steal trade secrets from the pharmaceutical company they work for and sell them for $5 million, Mark is ready to count his blessings and retire from his short-lived life of crime while Sean knows that $2.5 only buys so much cocaine […]

The Lawnmower Man: Collector’s Edition

The Lawnmower Man: Collector’s Edition

| July 2, 2017

It’s common knowledge by now that The Lawnmower Man’s (1992) claim to be a film based off the synonymous Stephen King short story was an utter fabrication. Anyone who’s read the 1975 King short knows that it’s about a satyr who mows a lawn and eats a man, not about a fix-it-man with an IQ […]

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Doberman Cop

Doberman Cop

| July 1, 2017

While Arrow Video has made it a point to release gems like Wolf Guy and Battles Without Honor and Humanity from legends Sonny Chiba and Kinji Fukusaku, nothing can truly prepare you for the beauty that is Doberman Cop. Never before released in the U.S., this 1977 film is loosely adapted from a Shonen Jump […]

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The Belko Experiment

The Belko Experiment

| June 30, 2017

While the world waited for James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) to drop, another Gunn project low-key hit theaters in March of this year. Stepping away from Marvel for a hot minute, Gunn penned and produced a small, bloody, action, survival horror film in The Belko Experiment with Greg McLean (Wolf Creek […]

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Victims!

Victims!

| June 26, 2017

Victims! (1981) is not a film for me. However, this is not to say I can’t appreciate the importance of its release to Blu-ray from Olive Films’ Martini Entertainment and Slasher Video. With the original 16mm film print lost, it would have seemed unlikely that Victims! would have ever seen a Blu-ray release. Yet here […]

Money from Home

Money from Home

| June 26, 2017

Once upon a time, you could go to the theater and see Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in Technicolor AND 3-D in their 1953 collaboration, Money from Home. A milestone for the team, Money from Home would be Martin and Lewis’ only 3-D film (weird to think about seeing a Martin/Lewis musical in 3-D given […]

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Wilson

Wilson

| June 26, 2017

A truly great film has the power to change with its audience. Most people know the type of movie; a hilarious comedy on its best days or a profound drama during those darker times. Even with the same script and same performances, the movie manages to read differently. At times, it seems Wilson, the tale […]