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Screenshot Saturday: Mr. Nice Guy (Warner Archive)

Om this installment of SCREENSHOT SATURDAY, we take a look at the brand new, brilliantly remastered, Mr. Nice Guy, from Warner Archive.

Double Dragon (MVD Rewind Collection), Two Evil Eyes (Blue Underground), and Rock 'n' Roll High School (Shout! Factory)

DOUBLE DRAGON (1994) Studio: MVD Visual (as part of their Rewind Collection) Release Date: November 4th, 1994 (theatrical)                                January 22nd, 2019 (blu-ray) Run Time: 96 mins Region Code: FREE Picture: 1080p (1.78:1 aspect ratio) Sound: English Dolby Digital 5.1                   English LPCM 2.0                   German Dolby Digital 2.0 Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, and French Slipcover: Yes Digital Copy: No Starring:  Robert Patrick, Mark Dacascos, Scott Wolf, Kristina Wagner, Julia Nickson, and Alyssa Milano Written by Michael Davis and Peter Gould Directed by James Yukich Rating: PG-13 (martial arts violence) 1993 saw the release of the first film based on a video game with Super Mario Brothers . While that film saw failure, it did not deter filmmakers from trying to do right by video games. Enter Double Dragon . Based on the 1987 arcade beat ‘em up, Double Dragon tells the story of the Lee brothers who must battle R

Screenshot Saturday: The Cotton Club Encore (Lionsgate)


Where Have I Been For the Last Three Weeks?

To my readers: I just wanted to write to my readers here and let you know why there hasn't been much activity on the site lately. My wife has been dealing with breathing problems all of her life and on 12/1/2019 I had to rush her to the hospital because she couldn't breathe. After fighting with the staff at the hospital we went to, she was able to regain her breathing. We are not out of the woods yet (something I don't think we will ever be able to accomplish but we still strive for it), but she is making progress every day. Then, on 12/4/2019, I was awoken to a call from my brother telling me that my dad had fallen at home and was being rushed to the hospital. We had him taken to a different hospital from the one that I took my wife to as we had learned our lesson from earlier in the week. My father has dementia and this is just another blow to his condition. We are currently trying to figure out what we need to do to ensure that he is ok. We entered my father in