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  • Bloodsport



    Since Mortal Kombat (2021) is coming out this week, I feel like prepping with some other fight contest movies. Bloodsport is one of the many cheesy 80’s action films that was on a regular rotation in the Davis household growing up. Haven’t watched it in over a decade, but it was just as fun as I remembered.

    Surprised Scream Factory who sometimes works with Cannon never picked this one up for release, because the blu ray I have is bare bones (and shares disk space with Timecop).

  • Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat



    Dang, remember how much of a letdown this movie was when it came out? I have never been much of a gamer, but I was around 10 when I started playing Mortal Kombat and thought the extreme kills and level of violence was just the coolest fucking thing in a video game. I was really excited when this movie came out, hoping for some awesome fight scenes and gore. I got neither. I haven’t seen the movie since…

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  • Cats



    Don’t F**k with Cats

    —Tom Hooper has lost his goddamn mind.
    —One of the most bizarre movies I’ve seen in a theater, and also somehow incredibly boring.
    —Jennifer Hudson has a huge rope of snot hanging from her nose in all of her scenes.
    —It’s distracting when the cats are obviously not actually on the sets and are digitally placed into the environment, you can practically see their feet floating and not quite connecting with the ground.
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  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    The Invisible Man is the first great horror film of the decade.

    Finally, after the misguided attempts of Dracula Untold and The Mummy, Universal reimagines one of their classic horror icons successfully. By stripping away the forced “cinematic universe” concept and ridiculously extravagant action sequences, and focusing instead on the horror and suspense (who would have guessed that’s what makes a horror movie work? 🙄), the horror-savvy hands of Blumhouse and Leigh Whannell have finally given us a Universal monster…