DVD Reviews

Gary the Tennis Coach

Apparently, it was possible for Seann William Scott to phone in his stock and trade asshole character. And he’s calling you collect.

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Pulse 3 Earns an F

Have you ever gone into a movie expecting the worst and then been pleasantly surprised? This is not one of those movies.

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The Coroner heads back to high school to eat faces and kill zombies in this funny and entertaining release from Ghost House Underground.

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Casino Royale

Should you get this new release of Casino Royale? Or is the studio bluffing?

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Direct-to-DVD Showdown

The direct-to-DVD market is filled with mid-list action films, and more keep on coming. In the past couple weeks, three films have caught our eye. Let’s look at how they stack up against each other.

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Blu-ray Patrol: Indiana Jones 4

I did not count Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull among the BD releases that were sure to knock me off of my sofa. And it turns out, I was right and wrong, all at the same time.

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Take a look at “Tortured” on DVD and see if you found as little to like about it as Robert Fure.

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Blu-ray Patrol: Baby Mama and Leatherheads

When you dive head first into the world of Blu-ray, as I have, you come to realize very quickly that the extra dollar isn’t always worth it. And these two releases are here to prove that theory.

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Iron Man Blu-ray Header

There is a reason why they are calling this release the Ultimate 2-Disc Edition — it is pretty ultimate, indeed. I would also go as far as to give it another description, because it is perhaps the most definitive Blu-ray release of 2008.

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Robert Fure watches Uwe Boll’s latest flick! Has he gone mad or has he just gone Postal? Find out for yourselves!

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FSR’s newest, shiniest new column is here to take on the topics of the world of HD home entertainment. The topic of our first installment: Is Transformers on Blu-ray an upgrade from the previously released HD-DVD version?

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The New Cast of Stargate Atlantis: Season 4

Today, the cable stations – and SciFi Channel in particular – continue to give us some of the best science fiction television in years. You can now see the SciFi Channel becoming everything we hoped it would be when it launched in the early 1990s.

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Okay, I’ll admit if you haven’t seen any of the Stargate series, this isn’t going to make any sense to you at all. Stargate: Continuum is made for the fans, and it gives us everything we’d want to see.

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Birds of Prey: The Complete Series

Birds of Prey has more in common with the superhero films of the 80s and 90s than those of the new millennium.

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Get Burned with Burn Notice: Season One

Michael Westen is one of the most normal spies we’ll see on television. He’s got girlfriend problems, an alcoholic best friend and a mother who annoys the hell out of him. Who can’t relate to that?

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Cory Feldman in Lost Boys: The Tribe

“Build a man a fire, and he’s warm for a day. Light a man on fire, and he’s warm for the rest of his life.” – Edgar Frog

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Take a look at The Spiderwick Chronicles on DVD

Looking back during its DVD release, the film is still holding up as one of the better films of the year and easily the first great film of 2008.

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Transformers are Still Robots, and They Still Blow Things Up

If you’re one of those people who need a fix before the new movie comes out next year, this will do, but realize it’s much more like the traditional animated series for kids

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Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk! The Three Stooges Collection: Volume Two

So much has been said over the years as to what it would take to revoke your man card. It could be anything from not watching the Super Bowl to not liking the latest Michael Bay action flick. But one of the few definitive male tests is the affinity for The Three Stooges.

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Hulk says pick up The Incredible Hulk: Seasons 3 and 4

Some of the issues tackled (or smashed, rather) in these two seasons include a drugged-out rock star contemplating suicide (with Mackenzie Phillips playing right to type) and – believe it or not – midget wrestling.

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