Rick Moranis

  • Streets of Fire: Steelbook Edition 1

    Streets of Fire: Steelbook Edition

    Streets of Fire is still a personal favorite. Many will go out of their way to poke holes in Walter Hill’s vision of a 50s Rock N Roll biker movie set in the early 1980s. However, that misses the point. A fantasy is a fantasy because it exists in...
  • MY BLUE HEAVEN 4

    MY BLUE HEAVEN

    MY BLUE HEAVEN REVIEWED “My Blue Heaven” came about because a married couple (Pileggi and Ephron) mined the same source material in the late 1980s. While Pileggi would go on to write “Goodfellas”, Nora Ephron decided to make a funnier take with “My Blue Heaven”. Honestly, I love to...
  • STREETS OF FIRE: COLLECTOR'S EDITION 6

    STREETS OF FIRE: COLLECTOR’S EDITION

    STREETS OF FIRE REVIEWED “Streets of Fire” finally has its long awaited Collector’s Edition arrive from the kind folks at Scream/Shout Factory. I’ve enjoyed watching this movie evolve on home video. The VHS had botched music cues. The first DVD has crushed reds that seemed to bleed throughout the...
  • GHOSTBUSTERS 2 4K 8

    GHOSTBUSTERS 2 4K

    GHOSTBUSTERS 2 REVIEWED “Ghostbusters 2” was supposed to be huge. 1989 was the first major summer movie release season I remember and it seemed like we were getting bombarded with a giant movie every weekend. The kicker was that I was 8 and I maybe got to see 4...
  • GHOSTBUSTERS 4K 10

    GHOSTBUSTERS 4K

    GHOSTBUSTERS REVIEWED “Ghostbusters” is a movie that everyone should know by now. I think my kid gets it and she can’t tell the difference between the male and female Ghostbusters. All she knows is that Slimer eats things and a Marshallow Man walks around at the end. While...