Author: Jonathan Combs

Waiting For Guffman – Blu-Ray Review

Waiting For Guffman, a film of unbridled originality and hilarity, seems to find itself in the shadows and goes unnoticed in a world of fart-jokes, Family Guy, and Will Ferrell movies.  There is something...

Doc Hollywood – Blu-Ray Review

As I sit down to watch Doc Hollywood, a film that I had heard the name of several times but had never actually seen, my expectations are, well, extremely low.  What I know is...

Battle Cry – Blu-Ray Review

Battle Cry is not a movie I would pick off the shelf.  On the surface, it appears to a fifties war movie which as a whole is not something I am generally interested in....

The Green Slime – Blu-Ray Review

With a winning tagline like,” You ooze…You Lose” I really couldn’t see a way that I wouldn’t enjoy this film.  Looking at this case one could assume this a classic sixties film with state...

The Hidden -Blu-Ray Review

The Hidden sounds like a total nineties win. If you factor in everything the film is bringing to the table it’s hard for it to fail.  We have a totally implausible plot line with...

The Dark Tower -Blu-Ray Review

With millions of copies sold and an extremely dedicated fan base, The Dark Tower was highly anticipated, to say the least.  The film would be based loosely on the series and would have high...

Superman: The Movie -Blu-Ray Review

Many of us may not remember the thrill as we watched Christopher Reeve grace the screen as Superman for the first time.  How for the first time, it seemed as if the man of...

Innocent Blood – Blu-Ray Review

Innocent Blood is probably not at the top of your list of cult favorites, although maybe it should be. In fact, it is one of those movies I will be talking about to random...

The Illustrated Man -Blu-Ray Review

Upon first glance, I was intrigued by the cover and description given for The Illustrated Man.  The description promises a film full of psychedelic visions of the future.  Based on the collection of short...

The Law and Jake Wade -Blu-Ray Review

I am not one to go for Westerns, unless you count the obscure Television series, Alias Smith and Jones, it was never part of my cinematic upbringing.  And as such, I do not know...