Category: Comedy

Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews

Stuber Blu-ray Review

Dubios-er It’s difficult to create a more non-manly archetype than Stu (Kumail Nanjiani). He doesn’t use guns. He works at a retail store. Nutrition matters to him. Stu cried …

The Addams Family (1991) Blu-ray Review

“Death at Sea. She’s hooked” It’s never clear how/why the Addams’ survive when electrocuted or poisoned – they take joy in the macabre, and appreciate pain. Maybe it’s centuries …

I Spy Blu-ray Review

A Comedy of Nothing Maybe Rush Hour’s success spurred on Eddie Murphy to jump back into the buddy cop routine. There was a time when this was his undeniable …

The Witches (1990) Blu-ray Review

Formula 86 There’s little doubt that after watching The Witches, young viewers spent hours wondering which of their neighbors were likeliest to eat them. Or, which wanted to turn …