Blu-Ray

Cars (BLU-RAY)

This is Disney’s first Pixar release on Blu-Ray from their back catalog (hitting the shelves the same day as the first release Ratatouille and Pixar Short Films Collection).  Why they chose Cars can only be guessed by saying that it is their most recent outside of Ratatouille, not their best.  I ... Read more
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Oldboy (BLU-RAY)

Much like last month’s release of the Hostel movies, Oldboy in high def is a terrifying thought.  The gruesomeness and pure evil portrayed with a clarity so real you can’t hide behind your TV will up the tension on this movie 400%.... Read more
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Spider-Man: The High Definition Trilogy (BLU-RAY)

Sony has been one of the leaders (if not THE leader) in Blu-Ray technology and Spider-Man is their cash-cow.  For some reason, Spider-Man 3 is the first movie of the trilogy to get a proper Blu-Ray release as you can buy it separately of part of this trilogy pack (which is the only place you can ... Read more
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Hostel II (BLU-RAY)

Does the thought of unrated versions of these terrifyingly grotesque movies make you shudder?  Well, it should.  The father of torture porn, Eli Roth delivers his violent bloodbath in the way he intended.  A bit longer, most of the additions are not noticeable but the ones that are will shake you... Read more
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Hostel (BLU-RAY)

Does the thought of unrated versions of these terrifyingly grotesque movies make you shudder?  Well, it should.  The father of torture porn, Eli Roth delivers his violent bloodbath in the way he intended.  A bit longer, most of the additions are not noticeable but the ones that are will shake you... Read more
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Scary Movie (BLU-RAY)

In my opinion, the Scary Movie franchise hit it’s pinnacle at number 3, after the Wayans were booted from their own project and then once again faltered in part 4.  This movie, however, is not without it’s comedic merits.  Bringing back the slapstick tongue-in-cheek parodies that were so popular ... Read more
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Meet The Robinsons (BLU-RAY)

Meet the Robinsons is surprisingly hilarious and, after watching it, will leave you wanting much more.  Pixar’s John Lasseter as executive producer shows his input into this very Pixar-looking Disney film.  The characters have Pixar written all over them as do the jokes but the animation quality ... Read more
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Hostel/Hostel II (BLU-RAY)

This review is for both the Hostel & Hotel II Blu-Ray releases.... Read more
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Scary Movie 4 (BLU-RAY)

In my opinion, the Scary Movie franchise hit it’s pinnacle at number 3, after the Wayans were booted from their own project and then once again faltered in part 4.  This movie, however, is not without it’s comedic merits.  Bringing back the slapstick tongue-in-cheek parodies that were so popular ... Read more
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The Company (BLU-RAY)

The Company is one of the best spy movies of all time and is quite certainly the best made-for-TV movie in history.  With award-caliber acting , directing and writing, The Company is a spyphile’s wet dream.... Read more
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