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Warner Brothers

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One Crazy Summer (1986)[Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

One Crazy Summer was a film ahead of its time. But not too ahead, as comedy can be a very insular thing. Well, let’s put it this way. Savage Steve Holland came the closest to the Frank Tashlin m...

8.4 Great
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There Was A Crooked Man (1970) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

There Was A Crooked Man was the older actors’ attempt to cash in on film revisionism. Kirk Douglas is made up to look like the younger actors that were breaking through to the counterculture. Pl...

8.3 Great
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Prince of the City (1981) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Prince of the City is a great Lumet movie, that has aged oddly for me. Treat Williams has never been better, but the whole nature of the film is how cops can get away with anything. When watching the ...

8.6 Great
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Primal (2019) offers up the best Caveman this side of Ringo Starr [Blu-ray review]

Primal took me by surprise when the first commercials hit in 2019. Then, it became hard to watch. There comes a time when you enter that phase of adulthood when mature animation becomes harder and har...

9 Amazing
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Supernatural: The Complete and Final Season means your Thursday nights are wide open again

Supernatural comes to an end with God sending zombies, John Wayne Gacy, Jack the Ripper, werewolves and returning characters after the Winchester brothers. If you haven’t been following closely,...

8.5 Great
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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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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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Damn Yankees [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Damn Yankees is one of the most delightfully goofy musicals of the 1950s. It’s also a pretty damn good sports film. Using archival footage of several prominent 1950s baseball players, shooting o...

8.6 Great
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