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Screenshot Gallery: Dune: Limited Edition (Arrow Video)

Dune is a notorious flop of film, both as an adaptation as well as a film, but it still has legions of fans. Arrow Video is bringing the film to blu-ray and 4K blu-ray and we have the screenshots to help you decided whether to purchase or not.

Screenshot Gallery: Blind Beast (Arrow Video)

Arrow Video takes on this Japanese version of Fifty Shades of Grey with their blu-ray release of Blind Beast.

Death Screams (Arrow Video) Blu-ray Review

A forgotten slasher film has been given new life on blu-ray from the fine folks over at Arrow Video and we let you know if it's worth picking up.

Children of the Corn (Arrow Video) Blu-ray Review + 4K Blu-ray Review

Children of the Corn is a fondly remembered film, but I can't understand why. The does tell a simple story that people can remember, and there are a few characters that are memorable, but the film just isn't that good. I guess everyone has to have that film that they watched as a kid and loved. Children of the Corn is not that film for me, but it is for others and that is fine by me.

Import Corner: The Millionaires' Express (Eureka Entertainment) Blu-ray Review

Eureka has done it again! They have taken an 80's martial arts classic and given it new life with this wonderful edition of THE MILLIONAIRES' EXPRESS.

Screamin' Steven Reviews: Jungle Cruise

"If you're lucky enough to have one person in this life to care about, then that's world enough for me." With movie theaters open again, "Jungle Cruise" (which was slated to release last year), comes on the heels of other theme park ride adaptations from Disney like "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Tomorrowland". After the disappointment of "Tomorrowland", it was surprising that Disney would attempt another theme park ride movie.  "Jungle Cruise" stars Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons and the great Paul Giamatti. With an A-list line up, did this movie succeed? The movie follows Lily Houghton (Blunt) and MacGregor Houghton (Whitehall) who are looking for someone to take them up river in search of "the tears of the sun"  a mythical tree whose petals can cure any illness, heal any injury, and lift any curse .  While this is going on, Prince Joachim (Plemons) and Aguirre (Edgar Ramirez) a