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I Know Who Killed Me (BLU-RAY)

I don’t normally review the actual film but rather the quality of the presentation itself but, my god, was this movie horrid.  It’s confusing, badly acted, horribly executed and, well, just horrendously terrible, one of the worst movies I have seen in a long time.  The attempt at “noir” fails mis... Read more
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Paprika (BLU-RAY)

A beautifully moving and utterly confusing anime comes to life more than ever on blu-ray with the beguiling Paprika.  There have only been a handful of anime releases on the high def format, mainly because of the lack of quality in the animation process for most of them, but this, along with Sony... Read more
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Paprika

A beautifully moving and utterly confusing anime comes to life more than ever on blu-ray with the beguiling Paprika.  There have only been a handful of anime releases on the high def format, mainly because of the lack of quality in the animation process for most of them, but this, along with Sony... Read more
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Hairspray (BLU-RAY)

The best musical in years comes to the best format.  This sleeper hit showcases a rare and precise release on a 2-disc format. ... Read more
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Shrek the Third (BLU-RAY)

(Not very) arguably the least successful and the least creative of the Shrek franchise, this one has a lot to live up to being the first of the movies to be release on a high def format.  Why there is not trilogy release on HD is beyond me but that’s a different issue.... Read more
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind (BLU-RAY)

It’s always a scary thought when a decades-old movie comes to high definition format.  The technology 30 years ago, even in regards to celluloid, just doesn’t compare to today’s standards and neither does the preservation process.  So, when Sony announced this release, although excited a bit, I w... Read more
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind

It’s always a scary thought when a decades-old movie comes to high definition format.  The technology 30 years ago, even in regards to celluloid, just doesn’t compare to today’s standards and neither does the preservation process.  So, when Sony announced this release, although excited a bit, I w... Read more
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