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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Men, Women And Children

By Michael Cox | Jan 24
Men, women and children navigate complex relationships in a world of online exchanges and instant gratification.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Boxtrolls

By Michael Cox | Jan 24
This magnificent, Academy Award, Golden Globe and Annie Award nominated feature, painstakingly stop-motion animated, is now available in Blu-ray 3D. Adapted from the book "Here Be Monsters," it is certain to become a classic.

Cinema Review :: Beloved Sisters

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 23
Was the German poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller a polyamorous genius? The idea is a juicy one. Regrettably, this handsome-looking film doesn't know how to squeeze that juice.

Cinema Review :: The Duke of Burgundy

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 23
Writer-director Peter Strickland's all-female film is a strange bit of lesbian erotica, elegantly presented and throbbing with anxious discomfort.

Cinema Review :: Cake

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 23
Jennifer Aniston gives a powerful performance into which she has obviously poured her whole heart and soul.

Cinema Review :: The Boy Next Door

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Jan 23
Wasn't it Judy Garland who loved the boy next door? Have to say, I loved this one.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Rudderless

By Michael Cox | Jan 22
William H. Macy's directorial debut is a perfect example of the kind of material that the Sundance Film Festival helps to make possible.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Annabelle

By Ken Tasho | Jan 20
What this "Conjuring" offshoot proves is that you can't just add a popular movie's name to a marketing campaign.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: White Bird In A Blizzard

By Charlie Nash | Jan 20
Gregg Araki's film adaptation of Laura Kasischke's 1999 novel, "White Bird in a Blizzard," was one of the most under appreciated films of 2014.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Lord Of Illusions

By Ken Tasho | Jan 20
Scream Factory just adores Clive Barker lately and rightly so. This collector's edition includes the original 109-minute theatrical version and the much-preferred Director's Cut, clocking in at 121 minutes.

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