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The found footage sci-fi, “Cloverfield,” is finally available in the 4K Ultra HD format. And, the upgrade serves the film well. You could say it really brings New York to […]

Hollywood@Home: Cloverfield (4K)

The found footage sci-fi, “Cloverfield,” is finally available in the 4K Ultra HD format. And, the upgrade serves the film well. You could say it really brings New York to […]

The word was out on “Geostorm” long before I had my first viewing of the film (on Blu-ray). Critics said it was a poorly written story with mediocre special effects. […]

Hollywood@Home: Geostorm

The word was out on “Geostorm” long before I had my first viewing of the film (on Blu-ray). Critics said it was a poorly written story with mediocre special effects. […]

“Blade Runner 2049” has some of the makings of a great film, but fails to capture the excitement and wonder of the original Ridley Scott classic. The neo-noir elements are […]

Hollywood@Home: Blade Runner 2049

“Blade Runner 2049” has some of the makings of a great film, but fails to capture the excitement and wonder of the original Ridley Scott classic. The neo-noir elements are […]

Knowing “Happy Death Day” is a “Groundhog Day” retread before seeing it is a positive. You might even enjoy this slasher film more than I did. I found it to […]

Hollywood@Home: Happy Death Day

Knowing “Happy Death Day” is a “Groundhog Day” retread before seeing it is a positive. You might even enjoy this slasher film more than I did. I found it to […]

In my younger days, I read every Stephen King novel and looked forward to the film adaptations. There’s one major exception and that was “It.” I’ve always had a thing […]

Hollywood@Home: IT

In my younger days, I read every Stephen King novel and looked forward to the film adaptations. There’s one major exception and that was “It.” I’ve always had a thing […]

Getting through “The Snowman” is no easy sled ride. The crime thriller set in Norway and starring Michael Fassbender is dreadfully difficult to sit through and ultra confusing. At first […]

Hollywood@Home: The Snowman

Getting through “The Snowman” is no easy sled ride. The crime thriller set in Norway and starring Michael Fassbender is dreadfully difficult to sit through and ultra confusing. At first […]

“The Cat o’ Nine Tails” is Dario Argento’s 1971 follow-up to “The Bird with the Crystal Plumage” and a perfectly acceptable entry into the giallo genre that Argento is credited […]

Hollywood@Home: The Cat o’ Nine Tails (Il Gatto a Nove Code)

“The Cat o’ Nine Tails” is Dario Argento’s 1971 follow-up to “The Bird with the Crystal Plumage” and a perfectly acceptable entry into the giallo genre that Argento is credited […]

Wildly outdated and unreasonably dense, “The Foreigner” is not my idea of a good time. Jackie Chan stars in this British-Chinese thriller based on a 1992 novel, but set in […]

Hollywood@Home: The Foreigner

Wildly outdated and unreasonably dense, “The Foreigner” is not my idea of a good time. Jackie Chan stars in this British-Chinese thriller based on a 1992 novel, but set in […]

I like Ben Stiller. He really seems to have a grip on his acting choices these days, and “Brad’s Status” is a prime example. It’s a small film he was […]

Hollywood@Home: Brad’s Status

I like Ben Stiller. He really seems to have a grip on his acting choices these days, and “Brad’s Status” is a prime example. It’s a small film he was […]

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