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A vast collection of Blu-Ray reviews.

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Young Man with a Horn (1950) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Young Man with a Horn is a stellar way to end 2020 from the folks @WarnerArchive. Check out some Kirk Douglas goodness today in the AndersonVision review.

8.4 Great
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The Buster Keaton Collection: Volume 4 [Blu-ray review]

The Buster Keaton Collection returns from Cohen Collection. It’s been over a year since Volume 3, but that’s to be understood. The pandemic has screwed everything up and a ton of the Keato...

8.4 Great
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Olive Films, Paramount and Arrow thrilled me with December 2020 Blu-rays [Review]

Rio Grande is an amazing Western getting a proper special edition from Olive Films. Arriving in 1950, Ford was beginning to mark the start of his Post War career as John Wayne was putting a stamp on h...

8.7 Great
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AndersonVision Destroys 2020 with a Lightning Round of Reviews

AndersonVision kicks off the last Lightning Round of 2020 starting NOW! Arthur & Merlin – Knights of Camelot Arthur & Merlin was covered a few weeks ago at the site. Honestly, it’s...

8.7 Great
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Death Laid An Egg (1968) [Blu-ray review]

Death Laid An Egg is getting a proper release from Cult Epics. While this Italian thriller might not be known to a lot of Americans, you’ll find the setup very familiar. Jean-Louis Trintignant plays a...

8.3 Great
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The Golden Child (1986)[Paramount Presents Blu-ray review]

Newly remastered from a 4K film transfer, director Michael Ritchie’s hit action-comedy comes to Blu-ray for the first time. Eddie Murphy is “the Chosen One,” a social worker on a madcap mission to fin...

8.1 Great
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The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Curse of Frankenstein was the movie that began Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing working together on film. To horror nerds, this might be the greatest duo in horror history. Don’t believe me...

9 Amazing
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Popeye (1980) [Blu-ray review]

Popeye was the first movie that I watched with my kid. Originally, it was going to be a press screening for Trolls. It was an early morning weekend kid friendly event where she threw her shoe from the...

8.5 Great
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The Shop Around The Corner (1940) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Shop Around the Corner is based on a 1930 play about how much men and women hate working together. Through the magic of the silver screen, it was turned into a romantic comedy featuring James Stew...

8.6 Great

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