“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” an Entertaining Sequel

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“Kingsman” are an undercover group that manages to rescue the world without anyone actually knowing. These well-dressed proper mannered agents deal with many dangerous situations to overcome impossible odds to save the day. Now, England’s most secret service agency are back in business after the first films adventure and ready to face more threatening situations. Read more

“Captain Underpants” to the Rescue

Taking a few ideas from superhero films the animated adventure Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie flies onto DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD for home viewing.  The comical kid’s movie has some great characters and a cool plot that will keep tots to tweens laughing and talking about the fun film.  The movie comes with over 30 minutes of fascinating extras, mostly for the youngsters. Read more

“Silicon Valley” Has Comical Punch

Ever wonder how techno nerds get their ideas, develop the products and get them to market? “Silicon Valley”, a comedy series about the topic, has released their 4th season on home video.  The HBO Mike Judge co-created sitcom turns the industry upside down with a lot of guffaws, some insane moments and a dirty deal or two or three.  Now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD, the series was nominated for this year’s Best Comedy Series, Writer and Best Director Emmys. Read more

“VEEP” Politically Witty

The political comedy VEEP that has had a good run on HBO has just released the DVD of their 6th season. Mostly tongue-in-cheek comedy the series involves the ins and outs of modern government from the viewpoint of a strong willed, dominant first lady who has tasted the Presidency of the United States for 6 months and has eluded her since. It’s a lot of fun and sort of takes the edge off the political rhetoric of today.  Read more

“The Lion King” Now a Signature Edition Blu-ray

Most every youngster and even adults well into their 60’s knows the movie The Lion King and the wonderful message the film sends. It’s about falling into the footsteps of your father and being brave. Disney has just released The Lion King on Blu-ray/DVD + Digital HD download in a Signature Edition. Up to know there have been only four Disney Animated films to have the distinction of being in this category, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast, Pinocchio and Bambi. Read more

“Killing Hasselhoff” Playing the Odds

When it comes to David Hasselhoff in a movie you can bet he’s at the top of his ego.  Even with a title like Killing Hasselhoff he steals the show in every scene he appears and sometimes with just a smile or a frown.  Now out on DVD the movie has a long list of A list talent that adds to all the fun in this raunchy comedy.  If you want a big laugh on a dreary evening at home, check this one out. Read more

“Ash vs Evil Dead” a Bloody Good Horror Feast

Weird, corny, silly, ridiculous, disgusting and nearly vomit inducing, all the things you will like about Ash vs Evil Dead 2.  It’s the kind of horror and bloody mayhem that when presented with tongue-in-cheek comedy can be very amusing. It’s for those who have become fans of the Starz TV Network program or just need a break from the ordinary.  Although I am a fan of Army of Darkness, it was my first time seeing this spin off off of The Evil Dead Trilogy.  This is the second season of Ash vs Evil Dead and is now on Blu-ray/DVD. Read more

“Logan Lucky” a Race for the Money

Robbing a bank is hard enough, but what Logan Lucky features is a whole new ballgame on robbery. The film goes for high stakes at a motor speedway and even though it’s fiction, it’s a lot of fun fantasizing on the plan and the getaway. The treat here is not Channing Tatum as a redneck bank robber, but Daniel Craig as an accomplice to the whole event. Craig digs down deep and comes up with an American Southern drawl that’s convincing, yet comical knowing he was  “James Bond” shaken not stirred. Read more

“Brave New Jersey” Courage and Chaos

It’s October 30, 1938 and a classroom is filled with kids in the small town of Lullaby, New Jersey. “Tomorrow is Halloween, do you know what that means?” says Peg (Anna Camp) to her class of youngsters. Class “Candy”! Peg replies “It means for one night you let go of your inhibitions and become someone completely different”. Little did the small town of Lullaby know that their lives would change forever due to an Orson Wells radio broadcast.  It’s courage and chaos in Brave New Jersey. Read more

“Girls” a Fond Farewell

Very entertaining, the sixth and final season of Girls is available on Blu-ray/DVD. The show vacillates between comedy, drama and painful situations during the 10 thirty uninterrupted minute episodes. Its millennials do “Sex and the City” with more problematic relationships in a modern day society filled with unfulfilled dreams. Nicely acted by a cohesive cast and with a script that has all the elements for a winning show. Read more