Hey Avatar fanatics, Pat explains this institution called "home video" that includes devices like DVD players and Blu-Ray whatchamacallits. Exciting stuff, eh?
Soft drink movies, basterds, princes of questionable relevance, and one director's quest to be unremarkable. Oh my! What a mouthful!
Peek-a-boo. Pat is back and he's here to tell us about some new releases and his likes and dislikes.
Read on as our resident DVD-ologist spills on the latest films out now for you to view.
This week's new video releases include a modern bromance and World War II-era men's men. Ah, progress.
Pat takes us on a trip down memory lane and asks what terrible television program from his childhood haven't they adapted into an overbudgeted Hollywood film yet?
A smattering of movies that relate to comic books come out, to little fanfare, and the ire of our resident DVD guru, Pat Brown.
After many straight Tuesdays of insipid crap, Pat's article today is packed with notable new releases. And — what's more — most of them are great. So today let's get right into the eclectic group of DVDs out.
Like Michael Bay's films, we thought this photo might grab your attention. Pat presents three Bay films he can get behind.
Pat's opening up to disc-less online mediums, and this week's new releases are awful, but he still has a couple of physically-manifested older films to recommend.
Pat remembers the late, great David Carradine by looking back on his role in Death Race 2000.
This week, Pat examines the work of director Tom Tykwer, and digs into a Jean-Luc Godard film, as well as Eastwood's swansong on stage, Gran Torino.
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