Jersey Boys - Review

Fairly pedestrian, homogenized biopic »»

DVD Review: Naked City: The Complete Series

Over half a century later, Naked City remains a top cop show. »»

Disc News: Naked City Boxed Up In November

There are eight million stories in the Naked City... this is all of them. »»

Christopher Walken Joins Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys Musical

Walken, the first notable film actor to join feature adaptation of the Tony-winning stage musical. »»

Blu-ray Review: Stand Up Guys

Stand Up Guys is what happens when you have a pedestrian script matched with the acceptable acting of Al Pacino and Christopher Walken. »»

Blu-ray Review: Seven Psychopaths

[Martin] McDonagh really knows how to tie together a tight story, and the quick, sharp dialogue passed between characters is nothing short of perfection. »»

Stand Up Guys - Review

Might as well call it Carlito Brigante’s Bucket List. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: Stand Up Guys [Video]

Just Seen It is now being offered to all PBS affiliates as a half hour show! Check your local PBS listing and website and if they don't offer Just Seen It - ask them if they can! After years in prison, Val is set free. So he reunites with his pa »»

Blu-ray Review: Catch Me If You Can

Do yourself a favour and “catch” this movie on Blu-ray. »»

Seven Psychopaths - Review

It’s actually six, but who’s counting? »»

Blu-ray Review: Brainstorm

Best Known for being Natalie Wood's last film, Brainstorm remains a thought-provoking sci-fi thriller. »»

Disc News: Kojak busts a fourth season in May

The shining dome of justice that is Kojak had been dimmed for nearly seven years. The classics '70s New York Cop show had been backburned after its first season DVD set was released in 2005. Things looked bleak until Shout! Factory revived the DVDs w »»

First Look at Seven Psychopaths With Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell

Entertainment Weekly has the first pictures of Seven Psychopaths, which you can view below. Plot Summary: Marty (Colin Farrell) is a struggling writer who dreams of finishing his screenplay 'Seven Psychopaths'. All he needs is a little focus and »»

DVD Review: Kill the Irishman

Kill the Irishman is a perfunctory crime thriller with limited scope. »»

Monday Morning Critic 2.7.2011 - The WikiLeaks film and The Deer Hunter

Every Monday morning, InsidePulse Movies Czar Scott “Kubryk" Sawitz brings an irreverent and oftentimes hilarious look at pop culture, politics, sports and whatever else comes to mind. And sometimes he writes about movies. Julian Assange has ce »»

$5 a Day - Blu-ray Review

This film succeeds, even if it does lack cowbell. »»

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell - DVD Review

The inclusion of “More Cowbell” makes this essential to people who want to enjoy the sketch without buying a complete season set. »»

Bad Movies Done Right - Legion

Paul Betteny talks to angels — and they told him to star in mostly lackluster Legion »»

Bad Movies Done Right — The Human Centipede

The film never comes close to the levels of bad taste concocted by the average moviegoer's imagination. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Your Childhood Sucked

From G.I. Joe to Transformers to My Little Pony, the cartoons that so many of today’s adults fondly look back on are completely terrible. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Constantine

Five years ago, Constantine showed the world that you could take a comic book, alter it in ways that make it almost completely unrecognizable to fans of said comic and still create a pretty badass movie. »»

Confessions of a Spec Tater — M-O-O-N, That Spells Nostalgia

This week we continue our look at the beautiful gift from God that are mini-series with The Stand, the 1994 adaptation of Stephen King’s epic post-apocalyptic novel. »»

The Lounge List: Top Five Comics Id like to see on Film (or TV)

It’s a known fact that comic books are taking over the film industry. It seems hardly a month or two can go by without another one hitting the big screen. And not all of them are as obvious as Spider-Man or Batman. Ghost World, Road To Perdition and Wanted all started out as drawing on the printed page. With the huge explosion of adaptation, there are still several titles I would love to see on the big screen or in some cases as TV Shows. Here are five of them. »»

True Romance makes it to Blu-ray this May

It looks like most of the specs, if not all, from the two disc standard DVD of True Romance will be making its way to the Blu-ray edition. Stay tuned for official artwork and the full list of specs. It's White Boy Day on May 26th. »»

Brainstorm Deluxe Edition DVD Art Revealed

Relive your life all over again, deluxe style. »»

Movie Hardball #2

Hello again, everyone. Welcome back to Movie Hardball, the column that has as many questions as a baseball game has innings. In this edition I discuss The King of the World with a couple of guys who obviously haven't seen The Terminator enough: Scott “Big Poppa Kubryk" Sawitz and Mike “Bringin' Da" Noyes. Kubryk is the Popcorn Junkies' rock, guiding light, and editor. Noyes is on loan from the DVD Lounge and is known to pop up randomly in the Popcorn Junkies Forum. Both know what they are talking about, so listen up. »»

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