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‘The Beach House’ is absolutely one of my favorite horror films of the year, so I was thrilled to get a chance to hop of the phone with director/writer Jeffrey A. Brown to discuss how this excellent piece of small-budget terror came to be.

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Director John Strysik’s 1995 feature ‘The Spirit Gallery’ is a hallucinatory shot-on-video oddity which manages to take a familiar plot and turn it into something special.

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‘Toni Erdmann’ is funny, unpredictable, and delectable throughout its entirety. It is with no small amount of anger, however, that I must report that  Blu-ray edition is being released only as “Manufactured on Demand.”

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Vinegar Syndrome’s DVD release of the 1969 Nazisploitation/sexploitation flick The Cut-Throats — limited to 1,500 copies — is a very basic one. It has a 2k restoration, along with the original trailer, and that’s about it.

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Generation War provides a German perspective on the events of World War II through the eyes of five young people who experience the war in profoundly different ways.

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Scalene, the feature debut for director Zack Parker, is a genre bending film that is part psychological mystery, part character drama and stars Hannah Hall and Margo Martindale.

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If you see This Means War in the rental store or online, remember This Means Rent Something Else.

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‘Jack and Jill’ might have been silly fun, like so many of Sandler’s films. Instead it will just leave you pondering how it all went so wrong.

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‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory’ has been re-issued on home video again, this time in a three-Disc 40th Anniversary Collector’s Edition. Is it worth it?

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Two of the best movies of the year are out on Blu-ray and DVD this week, and although each explores the human condition, they couldn’t be farther from each other in approach.

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This Blu-ray review of “Battle: Los Angeles” and “Tigerland” appears on KTKA-49. “Battle: Los Angeles,” released in theaters earlier this spring and “Tigerland,” a Vietnam-era movie from the year 2000, are both new out on DVD and Blu-ray. At first glance, the only thing they have in common is that they’re both war movies. Granted, […]

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The Tourist DVD Blu-ray Review: The stars’ vacation videos are probably more interesting than this poorly handled mistaken-identity caper.

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Here’s my review of the Blu-ray/DVD combo packs of “Hereafter” and “The Fighter” from KTKA-49. Out on a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack this week is Clint Eastwood‘s afterlife drama “Hereafter,” starring Matt Damon as a psychic whose ability to read other people’s thoughts leaves him cut off from the world. His and two other stories concerning […]

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KTKA film critic Eric Melin reviews Love and Other Drugs and Four Lions on DVD and Blu-ray.

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This DVD review was originally aired on KTKA-49. Two movies that you may have missed in the theaters make their debut on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Starring Andrew Garfield of “The Social Network,” the downbeat sci-fi drama “Never Let Me Go” proves to be just as fascinating on the small screen. Kiera Knightley and […]

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