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“King Kong” Blu-ray Review

Easily one of 2005’s strongest films, Peter Jackson’s King Kong opened to rave reviews and celebrated a worldwide intake of over half a billion...

“Babylon A.D. – Raw and Uncut” Blu-ray Review

It’s been awhile since Babylon A.D. saw the silver screen. Released far back in August of 2008, the film took it’s sweet time arriving...

“Election” Blu-ray Review

From the depths of 1999 cinema came Election, a dark comedy based on a book of the same name. While director Alexander Payne would...

“Amusement” Blu-ray Review

Horror fans have been following Amusement’s tumultuous release for years now. With three supposedly planned theatrical releases (and even an eventual release over in...

“The Express” Blu-ray Review

No sooner did I say that there weren’t many films about football while writing my Friday Night Lights review did The Express show up...

“Righteous Kill” DVD Review

Righteous Kill seemed like the perfect film: with DeNiro and Pacino starring side by side for the first time since Heat (and this time...

“Zodiac: Director’s Cut” Blu-ray Review

Zodiac is another one of the last year’s great films that seemed to arrive in theaters with a fair amount of press but quickly...

“Wedding Crashers” Blu-ray Review

The film that shot Vaughn and Wilson further into the world of comedy stardom, Wedding Crashers was the “it” comedy for much of 2005...

“Appaloosa” Blu-ray Review

After the genre largely disappeared from the silver screen, it was hard to believe that westerns could be revived. With superb showings by Warner...

“The Bourne Trilogy” Blu-ray Review

One of Universal’s most successful trilogies in recent memory, The Bourne Trilogy were some of the most exciting and fantastically written spy/action films to...

“Swing Vote” Blu-ray Review

Released in the midst of one of the closest and most media covered campaigns ever run for the presidency, Swing Vote courted would-be voters...

“Bangkok Dangerous” Blu-ray Review

Nicolas Cage has been in some of the best films ever made. Drama, comedy, action…the man’s done it all and with an often thought...