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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Avengers - Age of Ultron

By Louise Adams | Oct 6
Cocky warmonger scientist Tony Stark unwittingly merges his virtual assistant Jarvis with the mind stone of Loki's potent, otherworldly sceptre in the next franchise installment.

Cinema Review :: Steve Jobs

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 6
Michael Fassbender's towering performance as the enigmatic, titular character in "Steve Jobs" is just one of many reasons why this Danny Boyle, Aaron Sorkin creation is one of most significant films of 2015.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Magic Mike XXL

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 6
"Magic Mike XXL" is to be applauded for its refreshing diversity casting and for setting aside typical male-movie machismo for fun, whimsy and a little somethin'-somethin'.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Burnt Offerings

By Ken Tasho | Oct 6
After years of viewing a glossy and hazy DVD transfer, the high-definition debut of this 1976 cult film comes as a welcome relief.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: We Are Still Here

By Ken Tasho | Oct 6
Horror veteran Barbara Crampton returns to form in another great addition to the Dark Sky Films catalog.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Eli Roth Presents: The Stranger

By Ken Tasho | Oct 6
In conjunction with IFC Films, Shout Factory offers up a brooding and somber new release to horror fans.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Indian In The Cupboard

By Kevin Taft | Oct 5
The now-20-year-old film teams up Frank Oz with "E.T." script Melissa Mathison for an amiable adaptation of a classic children's book.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Fat City

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 5
Each sentence of the source novel becomes a brushstroke. They add up to a masterwork -- one of the finest portraits painted of American unexceptionalism.

Cinema Review :: Taxi

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 5
Panahi's prior films established the unseen forces who control this art form within Iran. But "Taxi" profiles all the people caught under those forces.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Dressed to Kill

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 4
The exacting architecture of De Palma's largest sequences turns the very subject of his films into "sight," and this disc helps us to see how he does it.

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