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Scared Stiff (Blu-ray)
by Adam Tyner

The math checks out. First, he's scared:

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A Silent Voice, Combo (Blu-ray)
by Francis Rizzo III

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Trying to make up for being a bad person

The Movie

Directir Naoko Yamada, who later directed the somewhat divisive Liz and the Blue Bird, has nailed down a spot as a chronicler of teen...Read the entire review »

Batman Forever (4K) (Blu-ray)
by Ian Jane

The Movie:

By the time 1995 rolled around, Michael Keaton was out of the Bat-suit replaced by Val Kilmer. Tim Burton was no longer directing (though he was one of the producers on this film) and Joel Schumacher was behind the camera and calling the shots. Some big changes were made in this third film in the series, and not all of them were for the best.

As to the story? Well, it's all about former District Attorney Harvey Dent, now Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones) and Edward Nygma, now The Riddler (Jim Carey). See, Two-Face blames Batman (Val Kilmer this time around) for the accident that scarred his face and left him disfigured and so he wants revenge. To do that, he's starting essentially committing random acts of terrorism around Gotham City. The Riddler, on the other hand, was once in Bruce Wayne's employ but has since turned to the dark side, using his computer skills to create a d...Read the entire review »


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The Nightcomers (Blu-ray)
by Stuart Galbraith IV

For years I'd been curious about The Nightcomers (1971), effectively a prequel to Henry James's The Turn of the Screw, which itself had been marvelously adapted into the 1961 film The Innocents (1961).

Having seen it, my curiosity has certainly been satiated, but like-minded readers might consider letting their own curiosity end with this review. Though its basic idea is certainly intriguing, and some of the acting is interesting and the musical score (by Jerry Fielding) is good, the movie is badly made and irredeemably unpleasant. The effectiveness of The Innocents is rooted mainly in its tasteful but striking cinematography (by Freddie Francis) and the implicitness in its adaptation. In The Nightcomers everything is explicit, even exploitive, while the production is shoddy and uncaring. Director Michael Winner apparently famously got along well with star Marlon B...Read the entire review »

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