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Out on Blu-ray and DVD October 1st, Fright Night 2: New Blood features Jaime Murray (Defiance, Dexter) as Gerri Dandridge, a professor and vampire whose bloodlust may claim the life of a teenager’s (Will Payne) innocent ex-girlfriend (Sacha Parkinson). Fright Night mainstay (and television star) Peter Vincent is also back for some vampire hunting, and [...]


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The initial impression of Java Heat, an Indonesia set thriller featuring Twilight’s Kellan Lutz and go-to villain Mickey Rourke, is that it will hang its hat on explosions and shotgun blasts. But many movies are much more than what their Blu-ray & DVD covers suggest, and Java Heat attempts to bring a bit more mystery [...]


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The Three Faces of Eve, a film for which Joanne Woodward took home the Best Actress Oscar, makes its way to Blu-ray via 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on November 5. Woodward’s portrayal of Eve White, a woman who suffers from multiple personality disorder, serves as one of the actresses’ best known roles (along [...]


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We’re hoping director Richard Linklater and his stars Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy aren’t ending their “Before” series in trilogy format, as more stories of Jesse (Hawke) and Celine (Delpy) are ripe for the telling.

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Back in the 1990s, Luc Besson was a filmmaking force, thanks to his ennervating work on La Femme Nikita, The Professional, The Fifth Element, and his most underrated feature, The Messenger. Although he devoted much of his energies the past decade as a producer on a multitude of films (he also directed several installments of [...]


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A slew of filmmakers have shot in Manhattan, and some of their most visually arresting works come within the confines of New York. Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese and Jim Jarmusch are just a few of the directors who come to mind. But what if Jean-Pierre Melville, director of the moody crime thrillers Le Cercle Rouge [...]


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Easily this year’s funniest comedy, This Is The End hits Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital Download on October 1st.

The Blu-ray combo pack contains 90 minutes worth of bonus features, including deleted scenes and a blooper reel. Also featured is Jay & Seth vs. The Apocalypse, the short film which inspired the apocalyptic narrative.

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Sisters & Brothers, a family drama starring Cory Monteith, Dustin Milligan, Amanda Crew (Charlie St. Cloud), Camille Sullivan, and Kacey Rohl (The Killing), hits Blu-ray and DVD on September 10th.

Monteith plays a Hollywood star who’s pretty much the main breadwinner of his family, much to the envy of his brother (Milligan). Crew [...]


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Fans of the DC universe should definitely pick up the new Blu-ray release Robot Chicken DC Comics Special, a hilarious send-up of the Justice League as well as other incidental superheroes who have graced DC’s world.

The main plot centers on Aquaman’s insecure feeling that he’s a total outcast in the Justice League [...]


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With the overwhelming success of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, it would have behooved director Niels Arden Oplev as well as Tattoo’s lead, Noomi Rapace, to work on a project of more epic proportions. That being said, I love Oplev’s decision to go the B-movie revenge rout, as Dead Man Down (R, 110 [...]


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