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Digital Week - January 22nd

Blu-rays of the Week First Man (Universal) In his first film since winning the Oscar for directing the wildly overpraised musical La La Land, Damien Chazelle proves his versatility, even though his straightforward biopic of astronaut Neil

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Digital Week - January 15th

Blu-rays of the Week Halloween (Universal) Forty years after the original slaughter by Michael Myers, original survivor Laurie Strode—now a grandmother—always felt he would return to finish her off: now that he’s (improbably) escaped from

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Digital Week - January 2nd

Blu-rays of the Week I Still See You (Lionsgate) After a cataclysmic event that killed many, survivors still see “remnants,” the apparitions of those who died, in Scott Speer’s workmanlike adaptation of Daniel Waters’ novel. Bella Thorne gives a

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Digital Week - November 13th

Blu-rays of the Week The Meg (Warners) The ludicrousness of this gargantuan shark movie—it’s Jaws on steroids—is beside the point when all anybody wants is to see, in CGI, how the ocean behemoth makes mincemeat of lots of awful—and some not so

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Digital Week - October 23rd

Blu-rays of the Week Arizona (RLJ Entertainment) In this pitch-black comedy that swings for the fences but falls short, Danny McBride is a frustrated homeowner who’s been foreclosed on and who takes it out on the real estate agency that sold

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Digital Week - October 9th

Blu-rays of the Week John & Yoko: Imagine/Gimme Some Truth (Eagle Vision) Accompanying the massive new boxed set celebrating John Lennon’s seminal Imagine album (1971), this release contains John and Yoko’s film called Imagine, which

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Digital Week - September 11th

Blu-rays of the Week Tag (Warner Bros) With Ed Helms in the lead, this mainly inane comedy about grown men acting like children (based on a true story) tries to equal the vapidity of Helms's biggest hit, The Hangover; indeed, there are several

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Johnny Gruesome Will Have His Revenge this October

https://youtu.be/6swGnzMKEHo Running tire marks around Ghost Rider… More vengeful than the Crow… Johnny Gruesome grants y’all a death wish this fall. This October, Johnny Grissom returns for revenge. High school students Eric Carter and

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Digital Week - August 14th

Blu-rays of the Week Breaking In (Universal) Gabrielle Union makes a kick-ass heroine in this derivative but fun thriller as a mother who takes revenge on the murderous thugs who invade her dead father’s home looking for a stash of cash and

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Overboard - Bring It Home on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and Digital Today!

In a splashy new twist, Overboard focuses on Leonardo (Derbez), a selfish, spoiled, rich playboy from Mexico's richest family and Kate (Faris), a working-class single mom of three hired to clean Leonardo's luxury yacht. After unjustly firing Kate and

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Digital Week - July 31st

Blu-rays of the Week Billy Budd (Warner Archive) Peter Ustinov directed and stars as the honest Captain Vere in this straightforwardly dramatic 1962 adaptation of Herman Melville’s classic novella set on a British warship circa 1797. With

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Digital Week - July 24th

Blu-rays of the Week Ready Player One (Warner Bros) Ernest Cline’s novel about a near-future of virtual-reality domination—especially in the OASIS, which is primarily channeling 1980s pop culture—has been brought to the screen with glee by

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Digital Week - July 18th

Blu-rays of the Week Dietrich and von Sternberg in Hollywood (Criterion) One of the Criterion Collection’s best recent boxed sets is this six-disc journey through the groundbreaking films made by director Josef von Sternberg and star Marlene

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Digital Week - July 10th

Blu-rays of the Week The Virgin Spring (Criterion) Ingmar Bergman’s classic 1960 chamber film is a stark drama based on a medieval folk tale about a young woman whose rape-murder prompts a fresh-water spring to appear where she was killed.

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Digital Week - June 26th

Blu-rays of the Week The Colossus of Rhodes (Warner Archive) Spaghetti western master Sergio Leone’s first directorial credit was for this bloated and campy 1961 swords-and-sandals epic set on the ancient Greek isle where rebel heroes battle

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Digital Week - June 12th

Blu-rays of the Week Tomb Raider (Warner Bros) Bringing back Lara Croft in this era of rebooting everything is a no-brainer, as is Alicia Vikander replacing Angelina Jolie, since Vikander’s athleticism is less freakishly superhero-ish—she owns

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Digital Week - June 5th

Blu-rays of the Week Au hasard Balthazar (Criterion) Among French director Robert Bresson’s most singular films, this allegory of faith and sacrifice follows a donkey through owners benevolent and malevolent, alongside a young woman’s journey

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Digital Week - May 29th

Blu-rays of the Week Beyond the Hills (Criterion) Romanian director Cristian Mungiu’s long but absorbing chronicle of the divergent paths of two female friends—one refusing to leave the convent and the other taking desperate action to change

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