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The Old Dark House Blu-Ray Review

Blu-Ray Review: The Old Dark House Distributor: Cohen Media Group Street Date: October 24th 2017 Technical Specifications: 1080P Video, B&W, 1.37:1 Aspect Ratio, PCM 2.0 Audio Runtime: 72 Minutes ...

Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical Review – This Is My Hamilton

Now there’s the precedent of Mamma Mia and We Will Rock You making musicals out of an artist’s catalogue. Bat out of Hell went the other way. This musical has been in the works longer than...

Dawn of the Dead (2004) Scream Factory Blu-Ray Review

Blu-Ray Review: Dawn of the Dead (2004) Distributor: Scream Factory Street Date: October 31st 2017 Technical Specifications: 1080P Video, Color, 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio, 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio Runtime: 1...

Night of the Living Dead Blu-Ray Commentary by WLE’s Patrick McCabe

The original 1968 zombie classic Night of the Living Dead arrives on Blu-Ray October 3rd from Mill Creek Entertainment with a special digital audio commentary by We Live Entertainment’s Patrick McCabe...

Gerald’s Game Movie Review: Unrestrained King

This is what makes adaptation so compelling, when you see artists solve creative problems to translate formats. You still get the joy of seeing scenes you pictured, but new stuff as they turn internal...

The Poughkeepsie Tapes Blu-Ray Review

Blu-Ray Review: The Poughkeepsie Tapes Distributor: Scream Factory Street Date: October 10th 2017 Technical Specifications: 1080P Video, Color, 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio, DTS-HD Master Audio Mono Runtime: 8...

Vincent Price Collection- Five Frightening Features DVD Review

DVD Review: Vincent Price Collection- 5 Frightening Features Distributor: Mill Creek Home Entertainment Street Date: October 3rd 2017 Technical Specifications: 480P Video, B&W/Color, Dolby Digital...

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TIFF 2017 “In the Fade” Review: A Captivating and Poignant Film

Ashley Menzel reviews "In the Fade" starring Diane Kruger and Denis Moschitto. The film played at the Toronto International Film Festival.

9.5 Amazing

Review: ‘Leap!’ will dance its way into your heart.

Scott Menzel reviews 'Leap!' which featured the voice talents of Elle Fanning, Nat Wolff, and Mel Brooks

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