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Summer is almost over. Lots more to do, though, before it starts getting cool again. But September is almost here, which means a lion’s share of the horror titles will be streeting soon. Everyone else super excited for my colleague Adam’s Hellapolooza this year? It’s going to be grand, I bet. I have no idea why, but horror movies and acerbic wit are two things I love, love, love. That’s me shrugging off this week’s slightly lame releases, BTW. Best of the bunch: a Criterion release that’s long overdue and Walking Dead’s newest season on collected Blu. But there’s other stuff if you look hard enough. Let’s do that together shall we? [Read on here…]
I just want to take a moment and say thank you to Robin Williams, Jay Adams, Lauren Bacall, and the great Joe Viskocil for all the things they did in this life. I know that great people (known and unknown) die every day; and all of them deserve to be honored. But for the way these four touched my life and just wanted to personally thank them and hope this message gets to each and every one of them.
Okay, so with the boo-hoo out of the way, let’s look at what’s coming out this week that we can watch in our homes. You know, because: priorities. [Read on here…]
This is a pretty, pretty big week for release volume. Lots and lots of stuff come to store shelves, so break out your check books. I know I am.
Batman: Assault on Arkham – Technically this animation falls into the Arkham videogame world and not the DCAU - but when you’re watching a film about the Suicide Squad, who cares. The Squad is tasked by Waller to infiltrate Arkham Asylum to kill Riddler while Batman is tracking down a dirty bomb set by The Joker. Action packed fun all around, and I can’t wait. [Read on here…]
In case you were wondering, I left the Twin Peaks box set off my list last week because I was pretty sure it was going to get some heavy coverage from Bill or Adam, and I figured me writing a sentence about it was going to be pointless. Adam spent the better part of last week nose deep in the set, so that review should be up already [Editor’s Note: It is. You can find it here.] or it’s coming very soon. Having seen it with my own eyes, I have to say they whole thing: from package to content is pretty awesome. That Charlie guy is a good cat. This week is a bit light, but there is some good stuff regardless. Let’s check it out... [Read on here…]
Comic-Con is complete. And with this last list, so is July. One more Summer month and we enter the Fall. Not a whole lot of major releases coming in this week, but there are some good classics. Let’s jump right in while I deal with my Con hangover. [Read on here…]