Author: Matt Paprocki

Matt Paprocki has critiqued home media and video games for 20 years across outlets like Variety, Rolling Stone, Forbes, Playboy, Polygon, Paste, and others. His current passion project is the technically minded DoBlu.com. You can follow Matt's body of work via his personal WordPress blog, and follow him on Twitter @Matt_Paprocki.

Hobbs & Shaw 4K UHD Review

Someone’s Overcompensating It figures that in this current and cursed timeline, something like Hobbs & Shaw speaks sensibly. As a brazen, idiotic, muscle-driven action flick, it’s necessary to spell …

Maleficent 4K UHD Review

See No Evil Intolerance produces a lasting concussive force. That’s why Maleficent does what she does, or so goes this tweaked fairy tale retelling. Yes, Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) curses …

Son of Godzilla Blu-ray Review

Baby Doll Soaking in island heat, Son of Godzilla wrestles with Japanese idealism. Scientists engage in experiments meant to solve Earth’s forthcoming hunger crisis, seeking to turn weather in …

Zombieland 4K UHD Review

Taking the Browns to the Super Bowl The goal for those surviving in Zombieland is to give a child one day to be a kid. That means a night …

Charlie’s Angels (2000) 4K UHD Review

Sorry Charlie. So, So Sorry The three writers credited to Charlie’s Angels were all men. That explains the awkward, inhuman flirting from the women and the uncomfortable fetishism. That’s …

Hellboy (2004) 4K UHD Review

Cats and Baby Ruths Hellboy’s challenge is in finding who he is, or what he’s meant to be. He’s from Christianity’s interpretation of hell. Nazis brought Hellboy into the …

Godzilla Raids Again Blu-ray Review

No Banana Oil Here Godzilla Raids Again’s opening act captures a snapshot of post-war Japan. Rather than Godzilla representing an actual nuclear force, Godzilla Raids Again positions the beast …