POINT BLANK, adrenaline pumping thriller

  Thrilling, Intriguing and vicious Point Blank keeps the adrenaline pumping with excitement at every turn.  A fine cast ably …

Disney Releases Awesome Blu-Ray and DVD Hits

Walt Disney Home Entertainment releases 8 new titles including The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D Blu-ray

DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK, A KILLER CHILLER

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. It’s a tale of things that go bump in the night. In this case it’s little monsters that have a plan. I like a good horror flick now and then and I found this film a winner in the crowded market.

OUR IDIOT BROTHER, A LOSER

If you are looking for a comedy that has a lot of laughs and surprising situations, Our Idiot Brother fails to deliver. Opening late in the summer wasn’t a good idea since the film comes on the heels of a fairly good year for human humor.

CONAN THE BARBARIAN, SWEET REMAKE

Hollywood has a way of reinventing things by rejuvenating characters and bringing them up to date with all the bells and whistles necessary to make it ‘fresh and new.’ This is the case of the film Conan the Barbarian where they have remade a classic adding all the CGI bells and whistles then throwing in some topless women for eye candy.

FRIGHT NIGHT, BLOODSUCKING SCARY

The scary, seething, suspenseful, gory, horror filled Fright Night left me turning my head on my way to the car following the showing. It’s a frightening flick that takes its toll on those that can have a love for the thrills that evil can provide. You don’t have to be Goth to enjoy, just a sense of humor and a need to feed your bloody thirst for a good horror movie.

THE NAMES OF LOVE, LIBERALLY FRENCH

The French really know how to make a lighthearted sexy comedy and the proof comes in a very funny and provocative film called The Names of Love. Although complicated as most French comedies are, the quirky little film puts on a good show.

FINAL DESTINATION 5, A COOL GROSS OUT

  Shattering, piercing, suspenseful, queasy, bloody, gouging, bone breaking, mind blowing, and yet mesmerizing that’s what Final Destination 5 is …