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May’s Top Blu-ray & DVD Pre-Orders!

Jurassic World Blu-ray that you’ll eventually be buying, so, bonus. The first movie is still one of the best Sci-Fi flicks of the past 20 years, part 2 sucked, and… Continue reading

10 Movies For You to Watch on Mother’s Day!

and terrifying on-screen Mothers over the years, and the movies that they populate usually tend to makes us appreciate the sane, normal families that we have, a whole hell ofContinue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for May 5th!

Etienne Navarre (Rutger Hauer), a mysterious knight who carries a precious hawk on his arm and is also pursued by the soldiers of Aquila. Two years ago, Navarre and his… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: It Follows (2015)

…that it’s getting. This thing drips atmosphere, is incredibly intense, and it will no doubt leave viewers terrified of strangers for years to come. If you can see in in… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for May 26th

…“Banned in 31 countries, CANNIBAL FEROX assaults your senses as a group of Americans lost in the jungles of Amazonia experience brutal retribution at the hands of blood-crazed cannibals. Shot… Continue reading

Before They Were Stars: The Marvel Edition

is the Scarlet Witch.  Lizzie Olsen has been thrilling us for years with her genre exploits, and captivating us with her beauty. Now that she’s a part of The Avengers,… Continue reading

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck (2015)

called “Sound Studio” two years ago, wasn’t interviewed. The awesome voice of Kurt can be heard, not only in his powerful raw songs, in which he expresses all his anger… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Maggie (2015)

…Richardson. After seeing Maggie on Friday night, I came home to write up the review… and couldn’t do it. Maggie had drained me of my energy, and no matter how… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD Releases: The Digital Dread Report for May 12th!

of the past 20 years, part 2 sucked, and part 3 is pretty entertaining (although it’s over far too quickly, and it’s a bit shallow compared to the first one.)… Continue reading

Welcome to Me (2014)

Directed by: Shira PivenCountry: USA Movie Review: Shira Piven’s sophomore feature, “Welcome To Me”, is a mordant voyage into the disturbed mind of the self-centered Alice Klieg (magnificently played… Continue reading