Author: Alex Harrison

Just Visiting – Blu-ray Review

Remakes have become a time-honored tradition in the movie industry and are here to stay, especially when it comes to adapting from outside the country into the US. The superb Infernal Affairs turned into the...

A Dozen Blu-ray Imports Worth Considering

A Dozen Blu-ray Imports Worth Considering

The simple fact remains that there are a lot of great movies out there.  For one reason or another a lot of them haven’t been released on Blu-ray, either at all or in the...

Beetlejuice – Blu-ray Review

Before directing him in Batman, Michael Keaton and Tim Burton teamed up to present us with the “ghost with the most” in Beetlejuice.  Now, when I think Tim Burton, I think weird movies. Edward Scissorhands,...

The Stuff – Blu-ray Review

Just imagine a dessert that resembles a cross between ice cream and marshmallow cream. It is sweet, creamy, and filling. Even better, this dessert has no calories. You can eat as much as this...

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The Warriors – Blu-ray Review

We are in New York in the late 70s. We have a gathering of hundreds of gangs brought together to see one charismatic and commanding leader. Shockingly enough, something goes wrong. As a result...

Scanners – Blu-ray Review

David Cronenberg helped realize the genre of body horror film. He is the man who brought us a very satisfying and even frequently preferential remake of the classic The Fly. But before The Fly,...

Galaxy Quest – Blu-ray Review

It seems like most science fiction fans have a core fandom to rally around. You have the franchises Star Trek, Star Wars, Babylon 5, etc. I’m personally a fan of all three. But when...

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Innerspace – Blu-ray Review

Its movie cocktail time again. First, we start off with some Fantastic Voyage. Then we add in a heaping helping of Joe Dante and a dose of Martin Short physical comedy. Stir in some wonderful...