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Vikings Season One Blu-ray Review!


It is safe to say that the Pirate ship has been sufficiently plundered, so to be different the folks at the History Channel went in a different direction with their latest scripted series – Vikings. The 9 episode season 1 is now available in a slip-cased Blu-ray/DVD Set.  If you are looking for a soapy, action filled show to veg on, this is one worth checking out.

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The Wizard of Oz: 75th Anniversary Blu-ray disappoints Michelle!


I’m a sucker! That’s all there is to it, I own the last 4 Blu-ray releases of The Wizard of Oz. It is one of my favorite films of all time and while I hate the idea of slapping 3D onto classic films for no reason other than cheap marketing, I found myself getting sucked in and excited for the The Wizard of Oz: 75th Anniversary Edition 3D release.

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This is the End Blu-ray Review – Michelle’s Take


In many ways the joke is on the audience, This is the End is not a real movie; it is just an excuse for a bunch of buddies to get together and get paid to throw a party. When your friends are James Franco, Seth Rogan, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson and Danny McBride that’s pretty much all you need. You don’t need a script, or a director, or a plot, the fun is just watching these guys interact having fun together.

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Zero Dark Thirty Blu-ray review!

Zero Dark Thirty Blu-ray Review

One of the biggest and most controversial movies of the year is Zero Dark Thirty from Director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker).  The movie’s production caused quite a stir from the conservative media (what doesn’t get their panties in a bunch?) when it was revealed that the CIA was providing Bigelow’s team unprecedented access to information regarding the killing of American enemy number one Osama Bin Laden.

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Monsters, Inc. 3D Blu-ray Review!

Monsters, Inc 3D Blu-ray Review

Is there a movie that Disney and Pixar isn’t giving the 3D treatment to? They must have found a way to do this quick and cheap because are churning out 3D re-releases like clockwork. Usually, this is the point where I would rail against this double dip. But for Pixar and animated movies the 3D coat of fresh paint actually works because a lot of these movies – especially Pixar films were made using 3D modeling and animation anyway.

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