Category Archives: Movie Reviews

Movie Review-The 15:17 to Paris (Blu Ray)

Review-” How can this film fail so badly”? That was the first impression this journey had on me. A journey that I found myself bored with. Based on the true events of August 21st 2015 when three Americans subdued a terrorist while traveling through Europe. The source material alone just seem like Oscar scent. Clint

Blu Ray Review-The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame: In Concert

This title will be released on April 24, 2018. Review-As a music lover, at times I take great offense to the bands that get snubbed by the Hall. How can they include this artist and not this band? How can you induct Pearl Jam and Nirvana but not the artists that inspired them? That being

Movie Review-Justice League (Blu Ray)

Review-Who can we truly blame for the DC Universe not delivering like it should? The studio wants to compete with Marvel, that is a given. Where Marvel are rich in their storytelling, it seems DC is in a hurry to get everything together. Batman vs Superman was our first sign that this is going to

Movie Review-“It” (Blu Ray)

Review-I can remember when I was in my 3rd year of college. This girl I was dating was telling me about this mini series coming on television called, “ IT”. This was during the time that I felt betrayed by the cinematic torture of Stephen King’s works. I decided to watch it with her. I

Movie Review-Cars 3 [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray]

Review-Pixar has been getting lazy in the last few years. It seems they churn out one good film, “ Inside Out”. After that, you get the scraps. With Pixar, the cracks are starting to show. “ FInding Dory” was lackluster at best. They decided to go to the well again with this “ Cars” franchise.

Movie Review-Dawn Of The Dead Collector’s Edition (Blu Ray)

Review-Looking back on the 2004 remake of “ Dawn of the Dead” shows just how far the world has come. James Gunn helped write this film. James Gunn now is a successful director after his two trips into the MCU. Zack Snyder directed this film and he is now a director in the DCU at

Movie Review-L7 – Pretend We’re Dead( DVD + Blu-ray)

Review-Pretend We’re Dead plays out like a love letter to the fans who stuck with this band from year one. This is basically the culmination of 100 plus hours of vintage home movies. Told from the perspective of the band, this film chronicles the early days of the band. We learn that this band was

Movie Review-All the Sins of Sodom / Vibrations (Blu-ray)

Review-Film Movement Classics have really upped the ante this holiday season. I know Vinegar Syndrome released the blu ray of All the Sins of Sodom a few years ago. They did not put the time and love into it, as this release does. In the early days of this film it played under the title

Movie Review-The House (Blu Ray)

Review-Andrew Jay Cohen is a very promising film writer. I loved Neighbors and I put Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates in my top 20 last year. I feel the pressure of him writing and directing his first film got to him. He wants to give us this daring and dark satire that just ends

Movie Review-Wish Upon (Blu Ray)

Review-Have you ever had a dinner at an expensive place and the food was good but you felt for the money, you should have had better food? This is how I felt watching John R. Leonetti;s Wish Upon. I felt the film was fine, but in the end I was really hoping for more out