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Category: Blu-ray

A vast collection of Blu-Ray reviews.

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SUBURBICON

SUBURBICON REVIEWED “Suburbicon” was written in 1986. That’s a creative detail that so many people miss out on when trying to frame this film. A period piece that looks …
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WALKING OUT

WALKING OUT REVIEWED “Walking Out” plays simple, yet true. What starts as a hunting trip between father and son goes serious fast. Food is scarce and now people are …
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SCALPEL

SCALPEL REVIEWED “Scalpel” is a Southern Gothic tale about a doctor trying to find his daughter while helping another woman. When the doctor gets cut out of his rich …
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ORCHESTRA REHEARSAL

ORCHESTRA REHEARSAL REVIEWED “Orchestra Rehearsal” is pretty funny. But, it’s also one of those on-the-nose allegories about how much the Italian government sucked. Sporting the last score from Nino …
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GRUESOME TWOSOME, THE

THE GRUESOME TWOSOME REVIEWED “The Gruesome Twosome” is a pretty standard horror movie. College girls start disappearing when approaching a nearby Wig Shop. The girls blame a local janitor, …
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RED TREES

RED TREES REVIEWED “Red Trees” is about fuzzy cultural backgrounds and the need to make sense of family history. While I’m not familiar with director Marina Willer, she creates …
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VIVA L’ITALIA

VIVA L’ITALIA REVIEWED “Viva L’Italia” is where biopic and documentary meet. The great Roberto Rosselini wanted to make a David Lean inspired look at Garibaldi and his efforts to …