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The Freshman (Retro VHS Packaging) (Blu-ray Review)

Mill Creek provides a straightforward, unrestored transfer that gets the job done.

Tremors (Limited Edition) (4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review)

Tremors is the quirky 1990 cult horror/comedy film from director Ron Underwood and co-writers S.S. Wilson and Brent Maddock (Short Circuit). Coming out shortly...

Popeye: 40th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

An excellent release on Blu-ray of this long maligned but still fun to watch film.

Bill & Ted Face the Music (Blu-ray Review)

Bill & Ted must steal a song from their future selves to fulfill their destinies and save the fabric of reality in this unnecessary yet fun entry into this cult-comedy franchise.

The Flintstones: The Complete Series (Blu-ray Review)

Yabadabadoo! Meet the Flintstones again in this new complete series Blu-ray collection from Warner Bros.

Made in Hong Kong (Masters of Cinema) (Blu-ray Review)

A low-level Hong Kong Triad frustrated with life and in love with a dying woman goes on a life changing journey after he witnesses a suicide in this poetic forgotten gem from Fruit Chan.

Mallrats (Limited Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

Arrow Video delivers the goods with this new 4K restoration on Blu-ray of Kevin Smith's classic 1995 comedy.

Caro Diario (Blu-ray Review)

Writer/director/actor Nanni Moretti's three-part film diary is a delightful love letter to filmmaking and to Italy that looks great in this new 2K restoration on Blu-ray from Film Movement.

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