Archives for: "November 2018"

Crazy Rich Asians Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack Review

Is Crazy Rich Asians a movie about Asians who are crazy rich, or a movie about rich Asians who are crazy? Read on to find out... more »

MJ Holding Company Walmart Wrestling Mystery Repack Box Review Break

Surprise, surprise. I'm writing about another mystery repack box, but this time it's not from The Fairfield Company. This one is from the MJ Holding Company, LLC (in Bedford Park, IL), and it's apparently a… more »

The Fairfield Company Target Wrestling Figure Mystery Repack Box Review Break

I've written about The Fairfield Company's Target-exclusive mystery boxes in the past. Each of these boxes, whether they be for wrestling, The Walking Dead, or something else, contains a bunch of previously-released "blind box" cards/collectibles… more »

The Meg Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack Review

First there was Jaws. Then there was Deep Blue Sea. Now The Meg gives you a new reason to stay out of the water. Is The Meg a good movie? Read on to find out... more »

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack Review

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is the first film based off of the popular TV cartoon franchise, which in turned is based off of the classic DC comics series. Is Teen Titans Go! To The Movies a good comic book movie? Read on to find out... more »

Maximum Overdrive Blu-Ray Review (Vestron Video Collector's Series)

Maximum Overdrive arrives on Blu-ray as the 17th entry in Lionsgate's Vestron Video Collector's Series, "a line of classic genre films newly remastered and with a wealth of supplementary features." I have reviewed several other titles in the series. more »

The Princess Bride Criterion Collection Blu-ray Review

It's taken me 30 years, but I have finally seen The Princess Bride. I've known about the film, I've known its one-liners, I even owned a copy for many years, but it wasn't until the recent Criterion Collection release that I finally sat down and watched… more »

Ash Vs. Evil Dead The Complete Collection Blu-Ray Review

Ash Vs. Evil Dead is the 30-episode follow-up to the classic movie series, comprised of The Evil Dead, The Evil Dead II, and Army of Darkness. How does it compare? Read on to find out... more »