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Review :: Independence Day: Resurgence

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 26
The aliens are back, and this time their attack is bigger and bolder -- but so are the defenses of a united Earth. It sounds like fun, but it's really not.

Review :: Eye of the Needle

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 26
The Twilight Time Blu-ray release of this 1981 thriller, based on the best-selling Ken Follett novel, brings a well-regarded thriller to bright new life.

Review :: Seed Money

By Dale Reynolds | Oct 26
What makes a good porn film and how do you make money on it? This documentary tells you.

Review :: Ice Age - Collision Course

By Michael Cox | Oct 26
Rich in both verbal and physical humor, the sentiment in the latest installment of the "Ice Age" saga is surprisingly simple: Life is an absurd journey forward, chasing an elusive goal and staving off extinction.

Review :: Star Trek Beyond

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 25
Deep space, a rescue mission, a trap set by a ruthless enemy, and finally an openly gay main character. Also, a host of fun extras. What's not to love about this Blu-ray?

Review :: Front Cover

By Dale Reynolds | Oct 25
A young Chinese-American photo-stylist has to contend with a closeted mainland Chinese film star in a romantic tale.

Review :: Night Hawks

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 25
This 1981 Sylvester Stallone-starring thriller has a cult following that will be delighted with this debut Blu-ray release. Everyone else will wonder what the fuss is about.

Review :: Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

By Louise Adams | Oct 25
The 20th century's "midwife of modern art" is profiled in Lisa Immordino Vreeland's smart, engaging documentary.

Review :: The Exorcist III

By Kevin Taft | Oct 25
The third film in the franchise gives fans the long-awaited Director's vision for the adaptation of his own book, "Legion."

Review :: Bobby Deerfield

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 27
"Bobby Deerfield" is no fiery accident. But the turns it takes are hardly graceful.

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