In Case You Missed It: Masters of Horror – Fair Haired Child

It’s that time of year again!

When all you want is something to freak you out and make you want to sleep with all the lights on.

Grab your popcorn and get ready to find the most frightening movies you’ll every see.

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Home Video Review: Fanboys

FanboysI’ve seen the trailer for Fanboys on a lot of DVD releases lately.

Being a Star Wars nerd (and sometimes George Lucas apologist) I was intrigued, and I vowed to catch the movie at my earliest opportunity.

Not very long ago (yesterday) in a retail store a couple of miles from my house…

Full review inside.

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Blu-Ray Review: My Bloody Valentine 3D


Anybody who has been following B.O.M.B. should know I’m a horror movie freak, especially slasher films.

They should also know I’m not very fond of remakes, and I have a weakness for 3D films.

My predisposition for 3D glasses and slasher films overpowered my aversion to remakes, so I took it upon myself to pick up a copy of My Bloody Valentine 3D for review.

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Home Video Review: Zack And Miri Make A Porno


Kevin Smith’s films have always spoken to my generation. Something about the blending of taboo, social commentary, and pop-culture references that cater to people growing up in the eighties seems to click.

As Mr. Smith has matured, so have his films and his audience. While some may argue that ‘Jersey Girl’ didn’t play to his strong points, and spent too much time dwelling on realizations of relationships, parenthood, and responsibility… the film was still very much aimed at an audience that is now facing those very same life events. It was the first of his works to move away from the relative comfort of his familiar set of characters and settings.

‘Zack and Miri’ once again steps outside of the ‘Askew-niverse’, the land of Jay and Silent Bob, but explores some very familiar territory for his fans.

The full review is inside.

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In Case You Missed It: Forgotten Silver

silverI have an undying thirst for documentaries.

Few film genres draw me in as deep, and I easily spend most of my viewing time with historical or educational fare.

Good documentaries fascinate me, while the awful ones have me arguing with the television screen, debating ‘factual’ information with an unresponding bundle of pixels.

And then there are the ‘mockumentaries’: ‘This Is Spinal Tap’, ‘…And God Spoke’ (I’ll hit that one in an upcoming article), and the subject of this story, ‘Forgotten Silver’.

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Lost: Season 4 Review

lostseason4Season 4 of ABC’s hit TV show, LOST is now out on DVD and Blu-ray. Before I start my review, let me just say: if you’re not a fan of the show, stop reading now. If you are a fan of the show, but haven’t watched season 4, keep in mind that this review will contain spoilers. That being said let’s take a look at LOST: Season 4 on DVD and Blu-Ray.

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Movie Review – Firefly on Blu-ray

51734prq22bl__sl500_aa240_Firefly the complete series is now available on Blu-ray. Joss Wheden, the man who brought us such titles as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, takes you five hundred years into the future on a firefly class spaceship called Serenity. Joss brings the term ‘space cowboy’ to life in this tale of nine people who call Serenity home.

This means some new extra content for all the die hard fans who are just desperate for anything Firefly. For those of you who have never had the pleasure of experiencing Firefly it means you can do so in beautiful high definition. If you don’t mind spoilers I’ll tell you more on the other side… Continue reading