Author: Jonathan Combs

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Mr. Mom (Shout Select) – Blu-Ray Review

When you think of John Hughes odds are your mind turns to films like The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink,  Sixteen Candles, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and Weird Science OR if you listen to...

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Night Moves – Blu-ray Review

I really had no idea what to expect as I put in Night Moves.  It’s a 1975 film, and honestly when I think of “Night Moves” my brain usually points to the illustrious Bob...

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My Blue Heaven – Blu-ray Review

There are not many films as influential and meaningful to me as My Blue Heaven. Growing up I would watch this film with my father and I remember thinking the premise, however ridiculous, was...

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Free Fire -Blu-Ray Review

It’s easy to dismiss a film like Free Fire.  After all, the film does not really fit into the Hollywood action archetype.  Instead, Director/Screenwriter Ben Wheatley set out to make his best anti-action movie...

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Colossal – Blu-Ray Review

What happens when you take a completely original story and populate it with two phenomenal actors? That is the question Colossal tries to answer. Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis do their best to make...

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Dope -Blu-Ray Review

As far as first impressions go, Dope does well to catch you off guard.  From the very first moment, it is clear that this film is wholly original and offers a fresh format that...

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Filth – Blu-Ray Review

Irvine Welsh is an author known for many things.  He is known for delivering us compelling tales that hold up a mirror to the absolute worst parts of ourselves. This was apparent in 1996,...

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Atomic Blonde -Sneak Peek

With a director like David Leitch, you may walk into Atomic Blonde expecting the female version of John Wick. A film full of guns blazing, immediate action, and a somewhat shallow plot line.  This could not...