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DVD Review: Plus One (+1)

A strange sci-fi psychological thriller that messes with your head. »»

DVD Review: Prince Avalanche

Prince Avalanche is a slow film that’s not in a hurry to get anyway where, but somehow the film doesn’t drag, which is an impressive feat in of itself. »»

The Grand Budapest Hotel - Review

Wes Anderson cranks it up to 11. »»

DVD Review: Chastity Bites

Imagine a serial killer tale with elements of Clueless, Heathers, and other high school films tossed in. »»

Pompeii - Review

John Snow vs the Volcano. »»

Guardians Of The Galaxy First Movie Trailer

Well here it is, the first trailer for Guardians Of The Galaxy, the next Marvel Comics movie, hitting theaters August 1, 2014. »»

DVD Review: Best Man Down

For a film I was not expecting to like, I was really pleasantly surprised how good Best Man Down turned out to be. »»

Blu-ray Review: Girl Most Likely

Kristen Wiig is mostly known for her very quirky characters. So what happens when she plays a leading role a little more subtly? »»

The Lego Movie Spoofs Man Of Steel Trailer

The Muppets spoofed Green Lantern, so Legos think Superman is game to poke fun. »»

New Poster For 22 Jump Street

Schmidt and Jenko are back. This time at a new address. »»

Blu-ray Review: Paranoia

The biggest problem with Paranoia is that while it’s supposed to be techno thriller, it's lacking in thrills. »»

DVD Review: Kiss of the Damned

The Twilight films have all but ruined the vampire genre for a while. At least that’s what I thought until I sat down and watched Kiss of the Damned. »»

DVD Review: Vikingdom

Thanks to Marvel, Thor now has a massive cinematic presence. He is one of the great heroes. He is an Avenger! Well, someone out there must really hate Thor. So much so that they decided to make a film where he was the villain instead of the hero. Tha »»

DVD Review: The Guild (Season 6)

I can see how if you watched enough of it you might get to enjoy the annoying quirks of the characters, but this 90 minutes was not enough for me to find anything really enjoyable. »»

DVD Review: Big Ass Spider!

BAS! mostly feels like Arachnophobia meets King Kong with a little bit of Aliens thrown in. »»

Mike Noyes' Top 10 Films of 2013

Mike's best of 2013 »»

DVD Review: The Life And Times Of Allen Ginsberg

I’m not a huge poetry fan, but this is a great documentary about a great and important man in our culture. »»

Blu-ray Review: Corruption

One can’t help but wonder if Sam Raimi saw this film before making his Evil Dead films; there are some striking similarities between Cushing’s close ups when killing women and some of Bruce Campbell’s more extreme close ups. »»

DVD Review: Dog Pound

It's kind of like Oz Jr. »»

DVD Review: Highland Park

Highland Park is very bleak but it's also dull and boring. »»

DVD Review: Rock Jocks

Despite a good idea, Rock Jocks treads familiar Clerks/...Waiting territory. And not in a good way. »»

Blu-ray Review: Iron Man 3

This is a darker, more personal film that manages to feel like a Shane Black film and finds it's place in the Iron Man franchise at the same time. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Odd Angry Shot

This very much feels like the Australian version of M*A*S*H spending more time in the camp with guys goofing around then actually out in the jungle fighting. »»

From The Inside: Ben Affleck As Batman

Mike Noyes offers up his two cents on the major casting announcement of Ben Affleck (or as he calls him, "The Aff") as Batman/Bruce Wayne in the Man of Steel sequel. »»

Blu-ray Review: Dragon (Wu-Xia)

What makes Dragon a better than average kung fu film is that it doesn’t play out like your average kung fu film. »»

Blu-ray Review: Fortress

Fortress is extremely high concept and has a lot of fun elements going on in it. »»

Blu-ray Review: Brother Bear/Brother Bear 2

Brother Bear came at a dark time for Disney animation and it shows in the storytelling. »»

Blu-ray Review: Adventures in Zambezia

An animated family feature with a great message about togetherness and accepting people who are different than us, which every kid could use a little more of. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Hunchback of Notre Dame/The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2 Movie Collection)

Mike Noyes tells us why Disney's G-rated version of Victor Hugo's classic novel should have never had a sequel. »»

DVD Review: The Woman in the Fifth

Ethan Hawke gives a great performance and steps out of his comfort zone in The Women in the Fifth »»

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