Here you’ll find reviews/breakdowns of various disc-based releases from the distributors who were generous enough to provide screener copies; and you’ll no doubt notice my unwavering devotion to the aging SD format, DVD.

“What’s your glitch?” REALITY BITES (1994) – review

Generation X is defined as people born between the years 1965 and 1980; the offspring of baby boomers, who were given their own cinematic portrait with The Big Chill.  By the 1990s the up-and-coming youth were portrayed in several teen and 20-something related films, perhaps most memorably in Reality Bites. Available now on Blu-ray from

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Shock Treatment: Rob Zombie’s Halloween I & II – review

I doubt many horror fans were expecting a new release of Rob Zombie’s Halloween movies, given their divisive reputation, but Via Vision Entertainment clearly see some value in the aggressive October onslaught by releasing both the theatrical and extended cuts in one Ultimate Edition set, available now on Blu-ray complete with the mammoth making-of documentary,

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Blu-ray Review: Maléna (2000)

If you were a teenage moviegoer in the early 2000s you’ll no doubt remember Monica Bellucci trying to make out with everyone in the Matrix sequels, as the A.I. programmed, Persephone, who was conveniently trying to experience human emotion. Prior to her appearance in the science-fiction mediocrity, the Italian star starred in the erotic drama

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Blu-ray Review: Stargate (1994)

I ruined several VHS tapes and my parent’s VCR through constant rewinds of various titles, namely, The ‘Burbs, Waterworld and Stargate. Thankfully, home video is far less mechanical these days. Now, light years from that Channel 7 recording I cherished so much during the mid-90s, Via Vision has released the Ultimate Edition of Roland Emmerich’s

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