We take a look at the recent feature-packed blu ray of Transformers: Age of Extinction and try to figure out if this is worth picking up for the holidays. Continue reading “Transformers: Age of Extinction review (Blu-Ray)”
I always thought Schindler’s List was a depressing movie. That is until I saw Assault on Wall Street. Now that is a depressing movie!
The most depressing thing of all being what has become of my first celebrity crush,
John Connor Edward Furlong, who plays a security guard for an armored truck company and the BFF of Assault’s main character, Jim (Dominic Purcell). Continue reading “Assault on Wall Street (Blu-Ray)”
I haven’t been sleeping well these last few nights. It could be the pregnancy hormones and the constant waves of nausea or the increased need to take nocturnal potty breaks thanks to the baby pushing on my bladder but I would just be lying to myself if I said that was the case. I know what it really is. It’s Mr. Boogie. Continue reading “Sinister (Blu-ray)”
– By Erin
I do my best to avoid previews. I’ve learned that they give too much away and cloud my judgment. I still want there to be an element of surprise when I sit down to watch a movie. So when I started watching The Odd Life of Timothy Green (which came out on Bluray this week), I didn’t know what I was in store for with one small exception. I had heard there was a YouTube video making the rounds in which the parents of two young boys filmed their sons’ hysterical, tear-filled reaction to the Disney film. Continue reading “The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Blu-ray)”