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Jake Speed Blu-ray Review

While the sentimentality for a lost era of heroism is great, the execution of Jake Speed is muddled, ponderous, and desperate for charisma.

My Samurai Blu-ray Review

Not My Samurai My Samurai uses a running gag in which Deborah (Lynne Hart) disparages Taekwondo. “It’s too violent,” she says to instructor Young Park (Julian Lee). To defend …

Nightwish Blu-ray Review

Of Science and Ghouls A professor and his four graduate students encounter a bewildering array of paranormal activity at a haunted mansion in Bruce Cook’s forgotten gem from the …

The Prey Blu-ray Review

Finger on Fast-Forward The best part of The Prey involves the discussion of a cucumber sandwich and subsequent eating of said sandwich. That’s by default. The Prey doesn’t hold …

Shortcut to Happiness Blu-ray Review

Devilish Shortcut Shortcut to Happiness’ inoffensive, simple morals don’t need explicitly revealed. Adam Baldwin stars as a struggling writer seeking success and fame, gets both after selling his soul …

Hold Back the Dawn Blu-ray Review

Romancing Immigration The poetic, romantic dialog spoken by star Charles Boyer is often grating and obvious in Hold Back the Dawn. But, that’s also on purpose – Boyer is …

Winter Passing Blu-ray Review

More Like Depression Staying The New York of 2005 is a perfect setting for this dry indie from the new millennium. New York looks mournful and tired. So do …