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The Forever Purge   The Forever Purge 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Rose)  9/27/2021 9:22 AM EST
There is a divide in this country that, while it has always been just underneath the surface, has now reared its ugly head.  About seven years ago, the atmosphere in the United States changed and hatred for anyone or anything that was "different "was no longer considered unacceptable.  Instead of lurking in the shadows, racist g... Read More

Dear Evan Hansen   Dear Evan Hansen Theatrical Review
(Alyn Darnay)  9/24/2021 8:20 PM EST
There is a magic that emanates from the stage during a live performance that is impossible to duplicate in any other medium. There are many examples of this phenomenon, but one just has to sit in the audience to feel it. It has to do with immediacy, perspective, and the spectacle of live performance.Many directors have tried to re-create that magic... Read More

Dear Evan Hansen   Dear Evan Hansen Theatrical Review
(Allison Rose)  9/24/2021 9:04 AM EST
Movies and Broadway have always had a very symbiotic relationship.  Successful plays and musicals often get turned into feature films and vice versa, sometimes to even bigger success but occasionally not.  Not every Broadway show translates well to the big screen and not every movie works in front of a live audience.  The latest musi... Read More

Paramount Presents: Breakdown   Breakdown Blu-ray Review
(Allison Rose)  9/22/2021 9:07 PM EST
It has been almost a year and a half since Paramount Pictures started releasing remastered versions of some of their classic film through their series, Paramount Presents. Since last April they have been busy combing through their catalog and choosing some terrific movies to bring back.  The latest pick is the 1997 Kurt Russell (Big Trouble In... Read More

F9   F9 4K Ultra HD Review
(Nathan M Rose)  9/22/2021 9:18 AM EST
Back in 2001, a little movie based on a magazine article (and Point Break) took the summer by storm. The film was The Fast and The Furious and cinema has not been the same since.The film starred an up-and-coming star, Vin Diesel (Pitch Black), as well as the teen heartthrob from late 90s films, Paul Walker (Read More

Hardball   Hardball Blu-ray Review
(Allison Rose)  9/21/2021 8:45 AM EST
The late 1990's/early 2000s were good for Keanu Reeves.  The Matrix was a box office hit spawning two sequels with a third one heading to theaters later this year.  He probably could have had his choice of projects as he had previously displayed his versatility in roles such as a goofy teenager In the Bill & Ted series of films to a s... Read More

Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat   Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat Blu-ray Review
(Leonard Buccellato)  9/20/2021 11:09 AM EST
The Vestron video train keeps chugging along, and an unreleased, and seldom spoken of comedy/horror movie is up next. The Tony Hickox (WaxWork) directed Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat, starred David Carradine (Kill Bill, Vol. 1) as Count Mardulak, and the inimitable Bruce Campbell (The Evil Dead) as his arch-nemesis, and bumbling Vampire Hunter, R... Read More

Copshop   Copshop Theatrical Review
(Alyn Darnay)  9/19/2021 5:57 PM EST
I've been Jonesing for a good action film for quite some time. Due to the Covid pandemic most all film production came to a halt for over a year and left a gaping hole in that genre. Not that there aren't some decent action films on streaming venues, mostly dubbed and from other countries, but there's been a lack of real gut-punching American-made ... Read More

Blue Bayou   Blue Bayou Theatrical Review
(Allison Rose)  9/18/2021 8:56 PM EST
Illegal immigration is a highly debated topic in this country.  Some people believe we should welcome these immigrants who generally come to the United States to flee dangerous countries while others feel they should be sent back to where they came from.  However, there are a few problems with making any immigrants leave.  First, the... Read More

The Eyes of Tammy Faye   The Eyes of Tammy Faye Theatrical Review
(Allison Rose)  9/17/2021 10:20 AM EST
Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker were televangelists who amassed a following of millions of followers at the height of their popularity.  Then, in 1987, their reign over religious television came to an end with the appropriation of funds and sexual scandals.  An investigation into the PTL (Praise the Lord) Club revealed two sets of books were ke... Read More

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