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Review :: I Saw the Light

By Kevin Taft | Jul 19
A generic look at legendary singer Hank Williams' adult life, "I Saw the Light" fails to be that illuminating despite a terrific performance by our favorite Marvel villain Tom Hiddleston.

Review :: Van Gogh

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 19
Exasperating, beautiful, compelling, and unforgettable, largely because of Dutronc's performance, "Van Gogh" ranks among Pialat's most masterful creations.

Review :: iZombie - The Complete Second Season

By JC Alvarez | Jul 19
Available now on DVD the CW hit series based on the Vertigo graphic novel "iZombie - The Complete Second Season" is ready for binge viewing, but pace yourself! There is such a thing as too much of a good thing!

Review :: Return of the Living Dead - Collector's Edition

By Ken Tasho | Jul 19
Featuring gore, full frontal nudity, and laughs galore, this unrelated "Dead" film's a total hoot.

Review :: Bad Moon

By Ken Tasho | Jul 18
Watching Shout Factory's latest high-definition release is an entirely different experience vs. watching the prior DVD, one that heightens the action and none too shoddy special effects.

Review :: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Ultimate Edition)

By JC Alvarez | Jul 18
Finally "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" (Ultimate Edition) gives fans the movie they were hoping to see when these two DC Comics titans finally clashed! Bigger is better and it's now on Blu-ray!

Review :: My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

By JC Alvarez | Jul 18
Get ready to rsvp for the sweetest family comedy of the season! You won't want to to miss comedy writer Nia Vandalos' "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2" when it comes home on Blu-ray and DVD, but get there early and save some room for the "bonus features"!

Review :: Equals

By Kevin Taft | Jul 15
A blandly beautiful sci-fi idea that doesn't do much with its premise except elicit the perfect role for Kristen Stewart's subdued acting style.

Review :: Café Society

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 15
Allen hasn't made so lush and intoxicating a visual treat since the 1994 gem "Bullets Over Broadway."

Review :: Phantom Boy

By Noe Kamelamela | Jul 15
While sick, the young boy Leo becomes the "Phantom Boy" and attempts to save his city in an animated family-friendly thriller.

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