EVIL: Co-creator Robert King talks Season 1 and THE GOOD FIGHT – Exclusive Interview

EVIL Season 1 logo | ©2019 CBS

In CBS’s series EVIL, now in its first season on Thursday nights and renewed for a second, faith and science both come into play in examining some very scary incidents. Katja Herbers plays forensic psychologist Dr. Kristen Bouchard, mother of four young daughters. Kristen leaves her job consulting for the court system when she is recruited by Catholic Church assessor David Acosta (Mike Colter). David is tasked with investigating whether certain situations are supernatural events or have natural, albeit complex, explanations. David believes in the supernatural; Kirsten does not. Even more skeptical is the third member of their team, technical […]Read On »

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THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN highlights Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Releases for Jan. 17, 2017

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN | © 2017 Universal Home Entertainment

Your guide to some of the new releases that are out this week. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN – They don’t make movies like this much anymore in Hollywood. A straight thriller that’s R rated featuring lots of adult themes, nudity and sex. Of course, death, mystery and twists are also in the mix. In previous decades, movies like this were common like FATAL ATTRACTION, THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE, THE AFFAIR and many more. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN is all about smoke and mirrors, building a case that someone has committed a brutal murder without having all […]Read On »

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ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS highlights Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Releases for Oct. 18, 2016

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS | © 2016 Disney Home Video

  Movies: ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS – The sequel to Disney’s original ALICE live action movie is an interesting take on the myth of the classic tale. While it received so-so reviews from critics and fans were a bit disinterested in the whole film (read: it flopped at the box office), it does a good job of bringing back the elements of the first movie that made it good with a strong cast (Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska and, of course, Johnny Depp) and an interesting story about Alice (Wasikowska) returning to Neverland and once again battling […]Read On »

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WARCRAFT highlights Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Releases for Sept. 27, 2016

WARCRAFT | © 2016 Universal Home Entertainment

  Movies: WARCRAFT – When a movie gets so universally panned by critics and fans alike, you go into it with very low expectations. That probably helped in my viewing of WARCRAFT because shockingly I actually found it not half bad. Yeah, the plot is basic and rambling with dialog and nonsensical elements along with literally nothing being explained other than bad orcs, good humans. But the special effects, which looked atrocious in the trailers, holds up alright and the action sequences are pretty good and at times brutal. But something had to make this become the highest grossing video […]Read On »

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CD Review: FRANKENSTEIN UNBOUND soundtrack

FRANKENSTEIN UNBOUND soundtrack | ©2013 Buysoundtrax

After directing over 50 movies that encompassed every exploitable subject from drag racing to drug trips and race baiting, Roger Corman retired from filmmaking with a classy bang in the horror genre that arguably brought him his greatest artistic rewards – especially when dealing with the work of such famed authors as Edgar Allen Poe and H.P. Lovecraft. For FRANKENSTEIN UNBOUND, Corman took on Mary Shelley’s seminal work, but ingeniously time-twisted it via Brian Aldiss’ novel to have a future inventor meet an 17th century blend of factual and fictional characters – let alone the era’s most notorious stitched-together monster. […]Read On »

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Blu-ray and DVD picks of the week including THE DIVIDE

THE DIVIDE | (c) 2012 Anchor Bay Home Entertainment

Your time is short. We know this. So in order to expedite your buying and Netflix decision making, we provide you with a list of the cool and not-so-cool titles coming out for movies, television and everything in-between. So put your feet up, grab some popcorn and check out this week’s selections. Movies: THE DIVIDE – This is not a movie for the faint of heart. It is a nightmare within a nightmare with nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, no hope of relief but where the human survival instincts won’t let go. After a nuclear explosion rocks New York […]Read On »

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Blu-ray and DVD picks of the week including REAL STEEL

REAL STEEL | © 2012 Walt Disney Home Entertainment

Your time is short. We know this. So in order to expedite your buying and Netflix decision making, we provide you with a list of the cool and not-so-cool titles coming out for movies, television and everything in-between. So put your feet up, grab some popcorn and check out this week’s selections. MOVIES REAL STEEL – As the creators of REAL STEEL must have been, I too was a fan of Rock ‘em, Sock ‘em Robots as a kid. Of course, I never really thought I could make a movie out of it, I guess in a world where everything […]Read On »

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CD Review: WOLFEN soundtrack

WOLFEN soundtrack | ©2011 Intrada Records

In the late 1970s and super early 1980s, James Horner had been clawing his way up from the low-budget likes of  THE LADY IN RED, HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP and BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS, giving 110% of his already formidable thematic talent to these enjoyable Roger Corman-produced flicks. It was only a matter of time before Hollywood would notice, and 1981’s one-two Orion Picture horror punch of THE HAND and WOLFEN would deservedly take Horner into the big leagues- even if these two thrillers remain cult items. Smong soundtrack fans, they’ve also been two of James Horner’s most-requested releases. Now […]Read On »

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DVD Review: EAT MY DUST/GRAND THEFT AUTO – Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Double Feature

EAT MY DUST - GRAND THEFT AUTO double feature - THE RON HOWARD ACTION PACK | ©2011 Shout! Factory

Eat My Dust Stars: Ron Howard, Christopher Norris, Warren Kemmerling, Dave Madden, Jessica Potter Writer: Charles B. Griffith Director: Charles B. Griffith Grand Theft Auto Stars: Ron Howard, Nancy Morgan, Marion Ross, Peter Isacksen Writer: Rance Howard, Ron Howard Director: Ron Howard Distributor: Shout! Factory Suggested Retail Price: $19.93 Grades: B- (Eat My Dust), C (Grand Theft Auto) Car culture certainly was a major part of the 1970s, both on screen and off. This resulted in a slew of car-driven (pun-intended releases) that ranged from comedic, dramatic, action-packed and even horrific (THE CAR anyone?) Oddly enough, Ron Howard was the […]Read On »

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DVD Review: THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE COLLECTION – Roger Corman’s Cult Classics

SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE - ROGER CORMAN'S CULT CLASSICS | ©2010 Shout! Factory

Stars: Michelle Michaels, Robin Stille, Debra Deliso, Crystal Bernard, Kimberly McArthur, Brandi Burkett, Hope Marie Carlton Writers: Rita Mae Brown, Deborah Brock, Catherine Cyran Directors Amy Holden Jones, Deborah Brock, Sally Mattison Suggested Retail Price: $24.97 Distributor: Shout! Factory Adam Green may be the modern day master of old school American horror with his HATCHET movies and FROZEN, but back in the day, that title was held by a number of different directors. Surprisingly, Roger Corman was one of them. Not saying that his work was always the best or most entertaining but when it came to delivering serial killers […]Read On »

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