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Rope of Sand Blu-ray Review

Rope of Sand is an exotic thriller that uses the backdrop of African diamond country, mixing an international cast with taut direction and superb cinematography.

Dark City (1950) Blu-ray Review

A tense film noir with leading man par excellence Charlton Heston, Dark City holds viewers in its grip until the very end.

High School Confidential! Blu-ray Review

High School Confidential! is an entertaining '50s B-movie complete with rock 'n roll, dancing chicks, and a storyline out pulp novels

Forever Female (1953) Blu-ray Review

Forever Female is a charming cinematic adaptation of a century-old play that features a good cast and perfect directorial pacing

Operation Petticoat (1959) Blu-ray Review

Operation Petticoat is a decently restored and captivating little WW II comedy at sea

Good Sam Blu-ray Review

Casting against type in Good Sam, Gary Cooper and Ann Sheridan successfully carry off this heartwarming domestic drama.

Home of the Brave (1949) Blu-ray Review

A taut WW II drama, Home of the Brave tackles the nasty issue of racism and comes out on top.

Flying Tigers Blu-ray Review

A classic John Wayne WW II film that gives the drama, passion, and life and death situations of freelancing American pilots

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