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BLU-RAY REVIEW: Hellbound: Hellraiser II

Devotees of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser franchise will be pleased to know that Arrow Video has given the royal treatment to Hellbound: Hellraiser II. In 2016, Arrow released Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box Trilogy, which included the series’ first three films — there have been a total of ten. The original Hellraiser …

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BLU-RAY REVIEW: Hellraiser

Clive Barker’s film Hellraiser spawned a successful franchise, and it has experienced several blu-ray releases over the years. In 2016, Arrow Video released the best version, yet, as part of its Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box Trilogy, and while individual editions of that set’s Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II had been …

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BLU-RAY REVIEW: Midsommar

Last year, director Ari Aster became a major player within the horror scene with his feature directorial debut, Hereditary. The film received strong buzz from the horror community despite being an uneven patchwork of elements from other horror films. Aster’s strength as a storyteller shined through in the film’s dramatic, …

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4DX-Equipped Theaters Help Pennywise Attack Audiences in Whole New Ways in It: Chapter 2

This weekend, It: Chapter 2 had its wide premiere at theaters around the world. Andrés Muschietti’s second installment of his adaptation of Stephen King’s book It brings back every successful aspect of his first installment, plus it adds sprinkles on top. Additionally, select theaters provide even more sprinkles via a …

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BLU-RAY REVIEW: Mothra

Godzilla, King of the Monsters, has a varied history that includes the enormous radioactive lizard as, alternatingly, a friend and a foe to humanity. However, within the pantheon of giant, destructive monsters from Toho Studios, Mothra has consistently been the most benevolent. That is not to say that Mothra doesn’t …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Deep Murder

There is more than one way to pay homage to campy entertainment. Quintessential examples of classic camp include the cheesy 60’s Batman series, Barbarella, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and pretty much every John Waters film. For nearly 20 years, indie filmmakers such as Larry Blamire (The Lost Skeleton of …

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CD REVIEW: Kind Heaven by Perry Farrell

A few weeks ago, Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell released his latest experimental album, and it’s a doozy! Kind Heaven continues the trend of Farrell’s albums which generally center on the theme of global unification. Those albums include: Song Yet to Be Sung (2001) and Ultra Payloaded (2007) — the …

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