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Blu-Ray Review: Altered States
Ever become so obsessed with something that it’s all you talk about to your friends and family? An obsession with mind altering substances and experimental states of consciousness drove apart psychologist Edward Jessup’s marriage. The obsession even caused a close friend of Jessup’s to question the psychologist’s mental stability. Home Theater Forum’s Cameron Yee reviewed the Blu-ray release and had these thoughts: Video A few moments of softness…

Blu-Ray Review: The Devil Inside
Told documentary style, The Devil Inside features some chills and scares, but the exorcism-based film isn’t all that compelling. Despite this, the movie had a blockbuster opening during its first week in theaters before steeply declining. Home Theater Forum’s Neil Middlemiss reviewed the Blu-ray release and had these thoughts: Video The look of this film is a product of the locations and lighting chosen where, for the most…

Blu-Ray Review: Dirty Dancing Collection
The rather simplistic and predictable hybrid film combines song and dance that thrived in the 1970s when traditional musicals lost their luster. While the 2004 Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights tried to duplicate the entertaining romance Dirty Dancing brought to fans years ago, it fails to reach the mark. Home Theater Forum’s Matt Hough reviewed the Blu-ray release and had these thoughts: Video Color saturation levels are balanced and…

Blu-Ray Review: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Many of us wish we could go back in time. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close tells the story of a young boy, Oskar, who seeks to find a way to live in a new world without his father. Flashbacks are used to bring an element of nostalgia, but fails to create an overly memorable film. Home Theater Forum’s MattCR reviewed the Blu-ray release and had these thoughts: Video…

Blu-Ray Review: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Adapting Stieg Larsson’s 458-page novel into a 2-1/2 hour mystery thriller is no easy task, but director David Fincher manages to create an experience that will stick in viewers’ minds. The surprising, multi-dimensional script coupled with outstanding performances by an international cast, makes for a suspenseful film. Home Theater Forum’s Richard Gallagher reviewed the Blu-ray release and had these thoughts: Video The image is exceptionally sharp and well-detailed,…

Blu-Ray Review: Footloose

Blu-Ray Review: Hugo

Blu-Ray Review: J. Edgar

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Blu-Ray Review: From Dusk Till Dawn 4-Film Collection

Blu-Ray Review: To Kill a Mockingbird 50th Anniversary Edition

Blu-Ray Review: Stir Crazy

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