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The Two Faces of January Blu-ray Review

Posted January 9th, 2015 by Brandon A. DuHamel

The Two Faces of January Blu-ray Review

The Two Faces of January is a flawed but suspenseful thriller with murder, money, and death in the Mediterranean featuring a strong cast and gorgeous cinematography.

Appointment with Danger (1951) Blu-ray Review

Posted January 5th, 2015 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Appointment with Danger (1951) Blu-ray Review

A classic film noir with taut direction and an excellent cast make for a suspenseful and enjoyable watch.

Union Station (1950) Blu-ray Review

Posted January 5th, 2015 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Union Station (1950) Blu-ray Review

A strong cast headed by William Holden and Barry Fitzgerald delivers a suspenseful film noir that grips viewers tightly to the very end.

Rosemary’s Baby (2014) Blu-ray Review

Posted September 12th, 2014 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Rosemary’s Baby (2014) Blu-ray Review

A middling remake of the classic thriller, the Rosemary’s Baby miniseries is elevated by a strong performance from Zoe Saldana

The Color of Lies Blu-ray Review

Posted May 30th, 2014 by Brandon A. DuHamel

The Color of Lies Blu-ray Review

The Color of Lies is tasty and complex psycho-mystery from the late Claude Chabrol

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Blu-ray Review

Posted May 15th, 2014 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Blu-ray Review

This mundane Jack Ryan reboot finds itself stuck in the Cold War and the 1990s era of spy thrillers

We Are What We Are (2013) Blu-ray Review

Posted January 5th, 2014 by Brandon A. DuHamel

We Are What We Are (2013) Blu-ray Review

We Are What We Are offer up a creepy, atmospheric Gothic take on the Mexican original

The Conjuring Blu-ray Review

Posted October 20th, 2013 by Brandon A. DuHamel

The Conjuring Blu-ray Review

The Conjuring is a truly frightening haunted house film you won’t want to watch alone.

House of Wax (1953) Blu-ray 3D Review

Posted September 26th, 2013 by Brandon A. DuHamel

House of Wax (1953) Blu-ray 3D Review

Vincent Price chills in the original 3D horror classic House of Wax now on Blu-ray 3D/2D from Warner

Sadako Blu-ray 3D Review

Posted May 31st, 2013 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Sadako Blu-ray 3D Review

What was meant as the last chapter in The Ring franchise turns out to be nothing more than a bad excuse to keep the machine rolling. Sadako 3D isn’t worth any horror fan’s time.

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