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DVD Review THE STEPFATHER
This one's a lot more than just another 80s slasher movie.
DVD Review THE HILLS RUN RED
Maybe I'm just jaded, but I didn't find this overhyped horror flick to be as "shocking" or "unsettling" as suggested. That said, there's enough to appreciate to warrant a viewing.
It's easy to dismiss a sequel as being more of the same, and this one certainly is that. It's also surprisingly well-made and entertaining.
DVD Review THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT
A pointless remake can still turn out to be a quality film. Is this one of them?
DVD Review EASTBOUND & DOWN - THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON
One of HBOs recent comedies, find out whether or not this continues their streak of winning shows, or if its the pits.
The body count continues on Blu-ray and I loved every second of it!
Jack Bauer returns for the seventh worst day of his life, complete with terrorist attacks, double-crosses and personal vendettas. But after six previous seasons, does Day 7 manage to keep things fresh?
DVD Review HEADER
What's a header? You're going to have to delve into the absolutely nasty delights of this Ed Lee adaptation to find out. Of course, you could do one better and just read the book ...
A nifty thriller begins as an allegorical look at road rage before sinking into a trite and unsatisfying final act.
Long out of print, Koch Lorber brings one of Godard's lost films to American audiences with a barebones, but solid, release.
Great music, great movie.
While nine years of crime scene investigation might be easy to take for granted, Paramount's Blu-ray release of the first year is a welcome reminder of the show's assured debut.
Don't let the presence of Richard Gere and Diane Lane fool you, this is a dull and manipulative drama that falls woefully short of its potential.
DVD Review ALIEN RAIDERS
The title might make you assume the worst, but this low-budget horror trip is a solid little movie that's worth a glance.
Van Damme finds himself wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of his wife. All the more shocking, Paul W.S. Anderson seems to have stolen large chunks of this for his crappy Death Race remake.
Revisiting films like Patrick makes me yearn for the days of 70s horror. They just built ëem differently back then. True, this wonít win any awards for being the most rollicking genre film ever made, but if you like dollops of atmosphere with your horror, than this is as good a thriller as any. Director Richard Franklin takes what probably looked like a Carrie rip-off on paper and creates a quietly riveting ñ and spooky - slow burn. The kind of horror film that sneaks up on you and, if youíll indulge me for one quick second, that they just donít make anymore.
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