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Blu-ray Review: ‘A Single Shot’


Author Matthew F. Jones has adapted his own novel, A Single Shot, into another Simple Plan-esque thriller. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Seven Psychopaths

Endlessly inventive and zestfully acted by a skilled cast, this is unpredictable, outrageous fun. Read More »

Sundance 2013 Movie Review: The Way, Way Back

The ’80s are alive and well. Soon to be one of the year's best theatrical releases. Read More »

Movie Review: Seven Psychopaths

Quentin Tarantino's Adaptation. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Everybody’s Fine

In Everybody's Fine De Niro is great as the aging patriarch who the more he tries to get closer to his family the farther he gets pushed away. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sitter – “Totally Irresponsible” Edition

The raunchy comedy produced by Jonah Hill is now available on DVD. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Search for One-Eye Jimmy

This Jim Jarmusch- and Spike Lee-influenced indie from the early '90s is a nice little comedic discovery. Read More »

Movie Review: Moon – An Existential Sci-fi Thriller

Sam Rockwell clashes with himself, his company, and the crushing isolation of space in the 2009 film Moon. Read More »

Movie Review: Cowboys & Aliens

Ultimately Cowboys & Aliens fails to fully deliver on its bold “geek dream” premise. Read More »

Movie Review: Cowboys & Aliens

Definitely a western, albeit an unconventional one. Read More »