Movie Review

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Blu-ray review

Books have been adapted to the screen many times before with examples like The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter series. Enter Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. What’s unique about

Movie Review: Dead Inside (AKA The Evil Inside)

The Halloween season is one of my favorite times of the year. You never have a shortage of scary movies to make you second-guess that noise at night. I had

Prometheus Blu-ray Review: Does it answer all the questions?

The version we reviewed is the Prometheus 2-Disc Blu-ray/DVD edition. Plenty of spoilers ahead, so beware. This is one of those tough movies for me to review because I have

Review: Solomon Kane

Back in Comic-Con 2009 just before the 2012 panel, they showed a preview for Solomon Kane. It was projected to be released in the US later that year or early

Marvel’s The Avengers – 3D Blu-ray Review

Well everyone, the moment we have been waiting for is here! Marvel’s The Avengers has finally arrived on Blu-ray and DVD for our home viewing pleasure. In typical Disney fashion,

Review: Looper

It’s the year 2044. Time travel doesn’t exist yet, but in 30 years it will. It was quickly deemed illegal the moment it was created. The thing is, the mob

Review: Strippers vs. Werewolves

So Halloween is around the corner, and there are going to a few new Horror movies coming out. I got a chance to see Strippers vs. Werewolves. That’s right!  We’ll

Movie Review: Toys in the Attic come to life

Every child grows up leaving their toys stored away someplace – usually in the attic. This is a tale of toys living their peaceful life in the attic away from

Snow White and the Huntsman Blu-ray review

You know what the world doesn’t need? Yet another dark re-imagining of classic Brothers Grimm fairytales. And yet on June 1st, 2012 North America saw the release of Snow White

Movie review: The Bourne Legacy is born again!

The Bourne Legacy veers off a different path with Jeremy Renner starring in the leading role. So no Jason Bourne? Nope, it’s about his legacy. Jason Bourne lets the world

Bad Ass movie review

Ever since Machete, Danny Trejo showed the world what many action film fans knew all along, he’s a Bad Ass. In Bad Ass, Danny Trejo plays Frank Vega, a former

Gremlins and Gremlins 2: The New Batch Blu-ray Review

One of my fondest film-related memories of my childhood was the Sci-Fi classic, Gremlins. The film gave an entire generation a lovable hero that would be idolized for years to

Chronicle Blu-ray review

Chronicle is one of those movies that completely took me by surprise. When I first saw the trailer, I thought it was going to be another teenage flick trying to

Blu-ray review – Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

When I first heard that Brad Bird was going to be directing Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, a part of me was very excited. He directed some great animated films like

Documentary of AKB48 – To Be Continued DVD Review

I’ve been listening to J-pop for as long as I can remember. The bubbly happy tunes playing with cute girls dancing in the background in their often frilly-intricate wardrobes. The

Review: Morgan Spurlock’s Love Letter to San Diego Comic-Con

Word has spread about Morgan Spurlock‘s new documentary spotlighting Comic-Con, and much of it has been positive. For me, it did live up to the hype. Entitled Comic-Con Episode IV:

NR Review: Wrath of the Titans

Alright, I’m guilty of not having watched the original Clash of the Titans film and its remake. For the remake, everyone I know was telling me how much it sucked,

‘Immortals’ with Henry Cavill lacked punch: DVD review

When it comes to action movies, especially Greek mythology-related ones, it is pretty easy to please me. I love sword fighting just as much as a 10 year old boy,

Blu-ray Review: The Muppets – The Wocka Wocka Value Pack

As a fan of The Muppets growing up, I had lots of hope and expectations for this film – especially with Jason Segel co-writing. Luckily, this movie did bring me

Review: Silent House left me silent…

In Chris Kentis and Laura Lau’s Silent House (remake of the 2010 Uruguay horror film La Casa Muda), the audience is taken on an 85-minute, one camera point of view