Win Blood Out on DVD!

Blood Out DVD

It’s Blood Out, hitting DVD from Lionsgate. Here’s what they have to say for themselves:

Sometimes the law is personal. Packed with full-throttle action and vengeance, Lionsgate debuts Blood Out on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Digital Download and On Demand this April. The good cop/bad cop action-drama features an all-star cast including Val Kilmer (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (Get Rich or Die Tryin’), Vinnie Jones (X-Men: The Last Stand), Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army) and AnnaLynne McCord (TV’s “90210”).

In the vein of Training Day and Street Kings, Blood Out stars Luke Goss as Michael Savion, a small town cop who loses his brother in a gang-related murder. City police quickly abandon the case, so Michael takes matters into his own hands and goes undercover to avenge his brother’s death.


By | 2017-09-24T22:41:37+00:00 April 26th, 2011|Contests|0 Comments

Stuff: Aronofsky Sucks Adamantium From New Wolverine Movie

Hugh Jackman

Wolverine 2 to have Ikea as corporate sponsor.

Sometimes you just need somebody to read all the pop culture news for you and just tell you the important bits, leaving out all the fluff. Well, here you go. Subscribe to the Stuff feed or get this as a free email newsletter. However you want to hit it, just smack it. It’s yours to smack. Enjoy.

  • Suck factor is high! Darren Aronofsky has left The Wolverine. Which is a damn shame, too, because I would have loved to have seen his take on the character and I think he could have finally given a Wolverine-infused movie that is worthy of Hugh Jackman‘s badass portrayal. What’s odd is that his reasoning is incomplete in my opinion: he reportedly left because he didn’t want to be away from his family–shooting in Japan–for a year. But…surely that wasn’t a new bit of news that was happening. Something changed: either the tsunami changed his mind (although Fox could shoot the film elsewhere for Japan–secondarily although, they could, I’m sure, use the infusion of dollars) or something changed on the family side of things. Either way…damn. Source.
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    By | 2017-09-24T22:42:48+00:00 March 21st, 2011|Stuff You Need to Know|0 Comments

    Win Wonderland on Blu-ray!

    Wonderland Blu-ray Cover Art

    Wonderland, a dramatization about John Holmes’ supposed involvement in a brutal murder, stars Val Kilmer. The film is out on Blu-ray from Lionsgate, with quite a few extra features included as well, and we’ve got a copy to give away.

    Want it? Just fill out the form below. If your name is drawn when the contest is over, it’s yours. You can even enter once a day. Good luck!

    By | 2017-09-24T22:47:35+00:00 October 10th, 2010|Contests|0 Comments

    Your Weekend Justice #66: Power Girl and Her Origins

    And we’re back. Please note: this podcast, if you haven’t figured it out, is profane and not safe for consumption by children or animals. Or sentient creatures of any sort. Or even cardboard boxes. Nothing. Nobody. Got it?




    By | 2017-09-24T22:52:07+00:00 May 14th, 2010|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|4 Comments

    Tombstone (1993) – DVD Review

    Tombstone DVD cover


    Written by: Kevin Jarre
    Directed by: George P. Cosmatos
    Starring: Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer, Sam Elliott, Powers Boothe, Bill Paxton


    • Commentary by director Cosmatos
    • 134-minute director’s cut of the film
    • Production Featurettes: “An Ensemble Cast,” “Making An Authentic Western,” and “The Gunfight At The O.K. Corral”
    • Interactive Tombstone Storyline
    • The Tombstone Epitaph, the actual newspaper account
    • Director’s Original Storyboards: O.K. Corral Sequence
    • Map of Tombstone
    • DVD-ROM: Faro at the Oriental game

    Released by: Walt Disney Video
    Region: 1
    Rating: R
    Anamorphic: Ayuh

    My Advice: Own It.


    By | 2011-03-21T02:07:20+00:00 February 23rd, 2002|DVD Reviews|0 Comments

    The Prince of Egypt (1998) – Movie Review

    The Prince of Egypt

    Written by: Kelly Asbury & Lorna Cook along with 14 other people, based on the book of Exodus
    Directed by: Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner, & Simon Wells
    Starring: Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Patrick Stewart, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock

    My Advice: Wait and Rent It.

    To escape a culling of Hebrew firstborns, Moses (Kilmer) is placed in a CGI basket by his mother and set adrift, only to wind up in the arms of Egypt’s Queen (Helen Mirren) and become a…prince of Egypt. He flees the kingdom once he learns of his true heritage and finds peace in Midian and winds up marrying Pocahontas (Pfeiffer). Content at first, he’s called on by God (Kilmer) to go into Egypt and lead the Hebrews out of slavery.

    That’s right, it’s the book of Exodus. They’ve thrown in some unnecessary action sequences, i.e. a Ben Hur chariot race down the scaffolding of a monument whilst the nose of said monument is a close third, but all in all, you’ve got Exodus. And therein lies the problem with this film: it tries too hard to do too much. The story is big and broad enough as it is, it doesn’t need add-ons. It’s almost like they set out to out-Disney Disney. For example, apart from the opening “Deliver Us,” the songs are all unnecessary and painfully intrusive. Every time somebody needs to explain something, suddenly–! There’s a song going–and I’m cringing.


    By | 2010-01-27T02:19:09+00:00 December 19th, 1998|Movies, Reviews|0 Comments