Your Highness (2011) Mill Creek Blu-ray Review

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Mill Creek recently re-released Your Highness on Blu-ray. Both the Theatrical and Unrated cuts of the movie are on the disc (see differences here), though I only watched the Unrated cut. My review is based on that version of the movie, which still contains lots of R-rated language and some female nudity (not from Natalie Portman, who's uses a body double in the film). Read on to find out more...

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Accepted (2006) Blu-ray Review

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Accepted (2006), not to be confused with the Mae Whitman movie Acceptance (2009), is making its Blu-ray debut thanks to Mill Creek. Read on to find out more about it...

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eBay Claims That Hollywood Movie Studios Sell Counterfeit Digital Copy Vouchers To Their Retail Customers

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I have been an eBay member since January 4, 2003, and selling on the site for over 10 years now. My sales suck because eBay does everything in their power to hinder me. I have to find ways to work around the obstacles eBay puts in my way to sabotage any chances I have of selling items. I have already written a series of articles about eBay, who clearly has some sort of vendetta against me. I have no other explanation for the myriad of stupid reasons they've given for taking down listings of mine over and over again. I've written about some of these in the past, but I've never written about all of them. I'll write about them if they happen again, but for now, I'll just concentrate on the latest eBay bullshit.

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Neca $9.99 Gamer and Sci-Fi & Horror Blind Bag Unboxing Review #4 (Third 100% Duplicate Bag)

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I reviewed several of Neca's themed blind bags in the past. After what happened the last time - getting many duplicate items - I said that I probably wouldn't buy any more. Well, I bought two more, and now I definitely won't buy any more. Read on to find out why...

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Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle Book Review

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Insight Editions' PlayPop educational board book series, which combines playful learning with pop culture bonding, continues with two new adorable interactive books that teaches essential early learning skills with beloved characters from the classic 1980s movies Ghostbusters and Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Ghostbusters: Book of Shapes and Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle. (The Ghostbusters review can be found on Spook Central.)

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