“Cult of Chucky” The Red Head Goes Psycho

Sometimes there’s nothing like a good Chucky movie to get your mind off the hum drum life of your daily routine.  Just out on Blu-ray/DVD Cult of Chucky is another sequel of the infamous Child’s Play (Chucky for most fans). If you are a follower you already know how diabolical the main character can be, well it gets even more so with this chapter in the life of the red headed doll. Just in time to start off the October rush to Halloween, the move has a lot of jumpy moments and buckets of blood. 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

Diablo, a Psychological Thriller Set in the West

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Taking a bite out of the West, Diablo tells a tale of kidnapping and killers. The theme may be familiar, but this psychological thriller works some nice magic for those who like a compelling film with some questionable motives. The direction, acting and cinematography are good considering the low budget. Respectable enough to entertain those who like a good western for a change. It’s not The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, but this Eastwood gets to follow his dad’s footsteps. Read more

The 100 Year-Old Man… a Very Comical Film

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The strange little film The 100 year-old man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared takes its audience on a wild and wacky journey. It’s a lot of fun in the vein of a Forrest Gump, but this guy has more of a trek with danger all around. The film has very good acting and is based a script taken from a work of fiction by Jonas Jonassan. The book was a 2010 best seller in Sweden that went on to sell over 3 million copies worldwide. Nicely filmed and orchestrated by director and screenwriter Felix Herngren, the movie is a hoot.

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