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Film & Blu-ray Reviews

Mark of the Devil Blu-ray Review

Posted April 18th, 2015 by Gerard Iribe

Mark of the Devil Blu-ray Review

Arrow brings their restoration of the brutal cult film Mark of the Devil to U.S. shores on Blu-ray, for better or worse.

Coffy [UK] Blu-ray Review

Posted April 18th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Coffy [UK] Blu-ray Review

Pam Grier is kicking butt and taking names in Blaxploitation classic Coffy on Blu-ray from Arrow UK.

Return to Me Blu-ray Review

Posted April 17th, 2015 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Return to Me Blu-ray Review

Return to Me proves to be a film that will occasionally moisten your eyes and warm your heart

Muscle Beach Party Blu-ray Review

Posted April 17th, 2015 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Muscle Beach Party Blu-ray Review

Beach movies were supposed to be fun and this one certainly fills that bill.

Tokyo Ravens: Season One — Part 1 Blu-ray Review

Posted April 16th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Tokyo Ravens: Season One — Part 1 Blu-ray Review

High school students practice magic, ward off spirits, and get entangled in romance in Part 1 of Tokyo Ravens on Blu-ray.

Leviathan [UK] Blu-ray Review

Posted April 16th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Leviathan [UK] Blu-ray Review

A man fights against government corruption and fate in this multilayered Russian drama on Blu-ray from Artificial Eye.

A Most Violent Year Blu-ray Review

Posted April 14th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

A Most Violent Year Blu-ray Review

A businessman struggles to stay true to his ideals during the violent New York City winter of ’81 in A Most Violent Year, on Blu-ray now.

Batman Vs. Robin Blu-ray Review

Posted April 14th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Batman Vs. Robin Blu-ray Review

Batman must battle Gotham’s Court of Owls and his new sidekick, his angry son Damian, the new bearer of the moniker Robin in the latest Blu-ray from DC Comics and Warner.

Odd Man Out [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

Posted April 13th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Odd Man Out [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

A man is on the run on his own after a bank heist gone wrong in this 1947 psychological thriller from Carol Reed, on Blu-ray from Criterion Collection.

Blind Woman’s Curse Blu-ray Review

Posted April 13th, 2015 by Gerard Iribe

Blind Woman’s Curse Blu-ray Review

An unusual Yakuza film with an almost supernatural twist.