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  • AndersonVision covers April 23rd [DVD/Blu-ray review] 1

    AndersonVision covers April 23rd [DVD/Blu-ray review]

    AndersonVision covers April 23rd Blu-ray and DVD releases Target: St. Louis Target: St. Louis proves one thing to me. The entire country kinda hates Missouri.  Not directly. That would be impolite. But, do me a favor as you venture across the Internet. Research the sheer volume of government and...
  • Perry Como's Music Hall [review] 4

    Perry Como’s Music Hall [review]

    Perry Como’s Music Hall was a special edition of Perry Como’s network show that dropped in 1967. Shot in living color at NBC, the show was meant to be a festive attempt at keeping his show alive for a new generation. In this case, it meant inviting George Carlin...
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    She Wolf review: Argentine Lady Killer

    She Wolf is one of those World Cinema films that keep managing to show up on my doorstep. This time, it’s about an Argentine serial killer stalking men in Buenos Aires. She changes forms, but keeps appearing as a seductive young woman. The men have fun with her, but...
  • Over the Limit review 9

    Over the Limit review

    Over the Limit follows Margarita Mamun as she prepares to win the Gold. The grueling Russian Olympic training system beats down on her, as she wants one last shot at glory. If you wanted to see something that makes Whiplash look tame, check this one out. Otherwise, may I...
  • Top 5 Under The Radar Documentaries March/April 2019 [review] 11

    Top 5 Under The Radar Documentaries March/April 2019 [review]

    At the Drive-In hits me in the sweet spot. I love Drive-Ins and I have a special fascination for the families and friends that keep them running. Learning about the Mahoning Drive-In has made me appreciate those outlets that still show vintage film. The few money making Drive-Ins have...
  • The Last Race review: Is it really? 13

    The Last Race review: Is it really?

    The Last Race follows the 87 year history of a Long Island stock car racetrack. What’s neat is seeing a serious documentary about blue collar identity in the heart of a blue state. While it’s cool to see racing starting a cultural comeback, it still also gets backhanded with...
  • When Calls The Heart: The Greatest Blessing review: It Lingers 16

    When Calls The Heart: The Greatest Blessing review: It Lingers

    When Calls The Heart: The Great Blessing returns with the latest installment of Janette Oke’s never-ending frontier G-rated romance tales. Abigal and the Hope Valley regulars have to give a group of orphans a place to stay during Christmas. Elizabeth is about to drop a baby, yet she still...
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    To The Edge of The Sky review: Parents Fight the FDA

    To The Edge of the Sky follows four American mothers helping their kids fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Unfortunately, the FDA is standing in their way. The disease kills young boys faster than any other affliction, yet the FDA says that they can’t have access to a life-saving drug....
  • Canine Soldiers review: PTSD for Puppers 21

    Canine Soldiers review: PTSD for Puppers

    Canine Soldiers: The Militarization of Love is about how America uses dogs to find IEDs. The same dogs that don’t understand why the mailman shows up everyday will now disable weapons left by America’s enemies. The film is a 65 minute look at how canines and humans can work...

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