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The Ten Commandments (1956) [4K Ultra HD review]

The Ten Commandments is one of the classic American movies that I make plans to watch every Easter weekend. While I feel we’re talking about it every year at AndersonVision, this time is differe...

9.8 Amazing
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Man with a Camera: The Complete Series (1958-1960)[Cult Classic TV review]

Man with a Camera has received a second life from MPI. Recently mentioned as one of the shows Rick Dalton appeared on in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, it’s a cult treasure among TV fans. But, w...

7.5 Good
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Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (2021) [Blu-ray review]

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar was supposed to have arrived in 2020, but got sent to save 2021. I never realized I missed seeing goofy PG-13 movies, but damn this is amazing. You get a quality brie...

8.7 Great
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Nightbeast (1982) [Troma Dissolves Vinegar Syndrome]

Nightbeast is proof that Dohler and Abrams should have done more together. Serving as a sequel and remake to Dohler’s The Alien Factor, it’s a second stab at a movie you’ll never see...

7.9 Good
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Victor and Valentino: Folk Art Foes Season 1 Volume 1 [DVD review]

Victor and Valentino kick off the first volume of their Season 1 adventures by being completely unknown to me. They have a supernatural grandmother and somehow that kicks them off onto magical adventu...

7.4 Good
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The Bermuda Depths (1978) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Bermuda Depths was an ABC TV-movie in America, but a theatrical release everywhere else. Both presentations are available on this Warner Archive Blu-ray. But, I’m going to stop you right the...

8.6 Great
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Isle of the Dead (1945) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Isle of the Dead will make you believe in Greek Zombies. While it’s quite an odd film for the era, it allows Karloff to stretch his dramatic muscle. The film was supposed to have been shot a lit...

8.4 Great
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Doctor X (1932) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Doctor X was the precursor to the earlier reviewed Mystery of the Wax Museum. Both were among the last to be shot in the two strip technicolor. If you’re a younger film fan, you’ll remembe...

9 Amazing
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Broadway Melody of 1940 [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Broadway Melody of 1940 is a film that could only exist in 1940. That’s not to say that YouTubers aren’t right to cut clips from the film and set it to Uptown Funk. It’s just that th...

8.5 Great

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