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Project X Blu-ray Review

Debauchery, drugs, alcohol, and run-ins with the law define this "found footage" style teen "comedy" that is more "meta" than comedy. Project X taps into the Millennial sensibilities and works on that level, but has plenty of missteps along the way.

Alicia Silverstone in Clueless on Blu-ray in May 2012

Paramount Home Entertainment will be bringing the 90s teen romantic comedy classic Clueless to Blu-ray on May 1, 2012

B Gata H Kei: Yamada’s First Time — The Complete Series Blu-ray Review

A naughty and inventive twist on the typical high school teen comedy and fan service genre, B Gata H Kei: Yamada's First Time is humorous, filled with wacky fun, and served up on a reference Blu-ray release from Funimation Entertainment.

Glee: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review

Glee hits the sophomore slump in its second season, but arrives on Blu-ray with a reasonably strong high definition transfer and lossless soundtrack from Fox.

Wild Cherry Blu-ray Review

This uninspired teen sex comedy recycles its gags from other films in the genre that have gone before it, mainly American Pie, making it not worth the time or money.

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