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Blu-Ray Review: ‘Wakefield’ (Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner)

Released earlier this month via Shout! Factory, Wakefield features a stunning performance from Bryan Cranston. I didn't get a chance to talk about the...

Exclusive: Sophie Tweed-Simmons Talks ‘Country Crush’ And Music Journey

  Country Crush is a musical that's available starting March 14 (it's a Walmart exclusive) and I'll be posting a review this week on Hollywood...

Blu-Ray: ‘The Decline of Western Civilization’ Spotlights Punk Rock’s L.A. Ascension

  For those few not in the know, The Decline of Western Civilization is a seminal documentary directed by Penelope Spheeris. The project takes an...

Blu-Ray Pick: “The Bear” Is Exhilarating Filmmaking

As witnessed from director Jean-Jacques Annaud's work in Quest for Fire, Seven Years in Tibet, and Enemy at the Gates, man is consistently beset with larger than life challenges...

DVD Review: “The Legend of Longwood” Rides The White Horse

  Out on DVD June 2, The Legend of Longwood is, as the film's director Lisa Mulcahy says, an "action-packed" family drama. With a black knight,...

“The Saint” Episodes Now Available Via Shout! Factory TV

Before he took on the iconic role of James Bond, Roger Moore charmed TV fans as Simon Templar in The Saint. Six hand-picked episodes of the 1960s...

Blu-Ray Review: “Animal” Takes Inspired Bite Into Horror Realm

As far as creatures running in the wilderness and eating humans go,  "Animal," a new Blu-ray and DVD release from Shout! Factory, is an...

Blu-Ray Review: “Supernova” (James Spader, Angela Bassett)

  Unless your tastes reside in a contrarian based universe, you'll never confuse Supernova with such sci-fi staples as 2001: A Space Odyssey or Blade Runner. Its backstory, however, reaches...

‘Leviathan’ Blu-Ray Explores Stan Winston’s Creature Feature Passions

Released in 1989, the horror thriller Leviathan (98 minutes, R), centers on a mining crew (led by Robocop's Peter Weller) who discover an abandoned...

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Comedian Jo Koy is, simply put, funny as f**k (if you don't believe me, check out his take on Asian accents),...

Chris Hillman Remembers ‘Laurel Canyon’ Days In New Documentary

From his iconic work with The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers to ultimatley fronting The Desert Rose Band, Chris Hillman's...

Kate Bosworth And Emile Hirsch Take On Criminal Elements In ‘Force of Nature’ Trailer

The top headline for this Force of Nature post should have used Mel Gibson, but in fairness I don't think I'm...