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Review :: Cat's Eye

By Ken Tasho | Sep 21
Most of the three segments in Stephen King's film are in the vein of classic "Twilight Zone" episodes as opposed to anything horrific.

Review :: A Bigger Splash

By Greg Vellante | Sep 20
Sexy, smart and suspenseful, "A Bigger Splash" comes to Blu-ray and DVD with a limitation of bonus content.

Review :: Labyrinth - 30th Anniversary Edition

By EDGE | Sep 20
Grab this re-release and let your eyes and mind feast on the unexpected twists and turns of a story made all the more fun by the wit, whimsy, and once-in-a-lifetime talents of the irreplaceable Jim Henson.

Review :: Dead End Drive-In

By Ken Tasho | Sep 20
Arrow Video's new Blu-ray will help fuel your need for new wave music, incessant car crashes, and grunted dialogue.

Review :: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Out Of The Shadows

By Padraic Maroney | Sep 20
The turtles are back, but this time around they are up against something worse than Shedder. They must save the world from the diabolical brain, known as Krang, who is looking to open a portal to another dimension.

Review :: What Happened, Miss Simone?

By Louise Adams | Sep 19
Directed by Liz Garbus and co-produced by daughter Lisa Simone Kelly, this thoughtful documentary is named by way of a Maya Angelou quote: "Miss Simone, you are idolized, ever loved, by millions now. But what happened, Miss Simone?"

Review :: The Pride and the Passion

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19
If this movie is for you -- thanks for Loren's earthly beauty, or Carey Grant's gravitas, or even Sinatra's horrible miscasting and even worse hairpiece -- then this Blu-ray edition will delight.

Review :: All The Way

By Louise Adams | Sep 19
Bryan Cranston reprises his 2014 Tony Award-winning performance as the "accidental president" in Jay Roach's biopic, adapted by Robert Schenkkan from his play with the same title.

Review :: Now You See Me 2

By JC Alvarez | Sep 19
You won't believe your eyes, but yes "Now You See Me 2" featuring the return of the Four Horsemen -- the master illusionists -- is now on Blu-ray and if you blink, you might just have the rug pulled out from under you in this heist film!

Review :: Night Train to Munich

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19
This is an artifact of an earlier time, but its cleverness and energy are most welcome in our own.

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