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The Philadelphia Experiment Blu-ray Review

Anchor Bay's remake of The Philadelphia Experiment is an over-the-top sci-fi that's good for what it is, cheesy B-grade popcorn TV

Vamps Blu-ray Review

Lacking real quality and substance, the reuniting of Alicia Silverstone and Director Amy Heckerling just doesn't work.

Maximum Conviction Blu-ray Review

With over-the-top action, the two Steves deliver a brainless actioner via Anchor Bay's newest Blu-ray for Maximum Conviction.

Excision Blu-ray Review

The complete oddity of Excision just never clicked for me, despite Anchor Bay's technically impressive Blu-ray.

The Victim Blu-ray Review

With a plot we've seen before, only in better films, Anchor Bay's The Victim is a Blu-ray I wouldn't bother with.

Hijacked Blu-ray Review

Over-the-top action, yet no real sense of story, defines Anchor Bay's newest Blu-ray for Hijacked.

The Aggression Scale Blu-ray Review

With chills, thrills and solid direction, Anchor Bay's Blu-ray for The Aggression Scale is one worth checking out.

Beyond Blu-ray Review

Even though Beyond is your run-of-the-mill action/thriller, Jon Voight's performance makes this one worth renting.

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