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  • Top 5 Arrow Blu-rays

    We take a look at the company that keeps bringing us the films that we don't realize that we want.

  • Dolemite (Blu-ray + DVD)

    We review one of the most entertaining films to come out of the Blaxploitation movement

  • Alienator

    Alienator might be a terrible film, but you can not fault director Fred Olen Ray for trying something a bit different.

  • The Mummy (Hammer Horror) Blu-ray

    Another case for why Britain gets all of the good special editions while we Americans have to settle for a no thrills disc.

  • The Belko Experiment Blu-ray Review

    People in an office building have to kill each other in order to make it out alive. Sounds stupid, the film is really good.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Re-Animator: Limited Edition (Arrow Video) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots

Re-Animator is an all time classic in the horror genre. Here was a film that giving us the goods while making us laugh. There were not many horror films that did that. It also helped that the film was so gory that the filmmakers didn't even submit it to the ratings board because they knew they would get a "X" rating (the precursor to the NC-17 rating). The filmmakers released the film unrated and this turned out to be a wise choice.  Re-Animator is an amazing film and it finally has an amazing blu-ray to compliment it.

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Monday, July 24, 2017

Creepoziods (Full Moon) Blu-ray + Screenshots

Creepozoids is a fun as hell monster movie that knows how to show us a good time. The creature effects are a bit hokey and the acting is a bit odd at times, but director David DeCoteau is sure in his abilities to deliver the film that we came to see. Creepozoids delivers on every promise it makes and doesn't shy away from showing us the monster either.






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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Troma's War (Troma) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots

Troma's War is not the masterpiece that many say it is as it suffers from being the most un-Troma Troma film ever. The effects and make-up are really good, but at the end of the day this is just another generic action film just like the ones Hollywood spits out every year.





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Monday, July 17, 2017

Beverly Hills Cop 3-Movie Collection (U.K. Import) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots

The Beverly Hills Cop franchise isn't the best franchise out there, but there are two very solid films here. The first film is a classic, one of the biggest R-rated films and comedies of all time. The second film is a solid action film that doesn't forget its roots. The third film is an utter trainwreck that shouldn't have been made in the first place.

This collection is a nice way to have the films together. Watch the first two, skip the third, and you will be very happy.
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Monday, July 10, 2017

Stormy Monday (Arrow Video) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots

Stormy Monday is a beautiful film that does nothing to convince the audience that it is all that good. In fact, the film is pretty bad, and not even the actors can save the film.



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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Dolemite (Vinegar Syndrome) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots

Whenever anyone thinks of Blaxploitation, they think of crappy filmmaking, horrible acting, and the boom mic showing up in every shot. While some other Blaxploitation films have these "qualities" to them, the film that they are referring to is Dolemite and, while you think that the film is terrible, it has more heart than a lot of the studio funded Blaxploitation films. Readers of this site know that heart goes a long way with me and Dolemite has it in surplus.
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