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What’s The Future of Movies?

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How we watch movies has made a quantum leap over the last fifteen years.  Video on demand, multiple streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, torrenting, and in some cases even watching new movies-the same day they… Continue reading

Weekly Release Roundup!

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Hello fellow geeks!  Welcome to your weekly article on all Blu-Ray/4K Ultra HD/Digital film and television releases.  While I won’t be noting everything released for a particular week, I’ll be highlighting some of the more notable… Continue reading

Weekly Release Roundup!

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Hello fellow geeks!  Welcome to the first of a weekly article I’ll be doing on Blu-Ray/4K Ultra HD/Digital film and television releases.  While I won’t be noting everything released for a particular week,… Continue reading

Why ‘Civil War’ Shows Marvel Needs to Up The Stakes in the MCU

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  I make no bones about my love of DC over Marvel. Whether fairly or unfairly, some critics have been accused of having a DC or Marvel bias when it comes to reviewing… Continue reading

My Super Late Movie Review of ‘Ghostbusters’

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You can read Gfunk’s review right here! Plot:  A remake of the 1984 comedy classic, the 2016 edition finds physicist Dr. Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig) on the verge of tenure at Columbia University.  However,… Continue reading

The “IT” Factor

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  WARNING!  MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW!!!  IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE IT MINI-SERIES OR READ THE NOVEL AND DON’T WANT EITHER RUINED TURN BACK NOW!!! I constantly go back and forth between which Stephen King… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Imperium’ (Second Opinion)

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Read Slam Adams’ review here! Plot:  FBI agent Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe) struggles to find a foothold in the world of counter-terrorism.  Ridiculed by his co-workers and chastised by his superior Tom (Nestor… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Kubrick’s Game’

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Plot:  Three UCLA films students get caught up in an elaborate game created by none other than master director Stanley Kubrick.  Despite over a decade and a half having passed since Kubrick’s sudden death, the maverick… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Blood Father’

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Plot:  Ex-con and alcoholic John Link (Mel Gibson) runs a tattoo business out of his trailer.  Solitary, with his lone friend and sponsor Kirby (William H. Macy) for company, Link seems content to live… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Sully’

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Plot: The true story of “The Miracle on the Hudson,” Sully recounts the actions of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks), an experienced pilot who managed to save 155 people by making an emergency… Continue reading