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See It Instead: Vacation

See It Instead New movies are a dime a dozen…old movies a penny a million.  There’s so much cinema out there, sometimes it just makes sense to scratch that itch by seeing some of the best movies ever made instead of gambling your weekend funds on the latest releases.  See It Instead hopes to point you in the right direction, giving you three films that share themes, stars, or genres wi...[Read More]

Dark Was the Night:  The Opposite of Suspense

Movie Review:  Dark Was the Night A movie can end up skipping the box office for many reason.  Sometimes the production budget is too small to make a meaningful press campaign.  Sometimes the film is part of a niche genre that rarely fares well at the movie theaters.  And sometimes, dear friends, it is because the film just plain sucks.  Dark Was the Night is unfortunately in this last category: a...[Read More]

end of tours coming soon trailers

Coming Soon Trailers Not sure what to watch this weekend? Well here at Deluxe Video we sift through all the trailers of the upcoming movies and tell you what to watch and what to avoid. Because we care about your time, loyal reader…and perhaps because nothing is as much fun as righteous anger when a trailer fails to deliver the goods!   The End Of The Tour An adaptation of The Rolling Stone J...[Read More]

Box Office Wrap Up:  Pixels Can’t Work Out the Bugs

Ant-Man Out Scores Pixels on a Slow Weekend Our number one film this week is still Marvel’s Ant-Man, which managed to run the table against three new major releases.  Earning close to 25 million dollars in the frame, Ant-Man retained the top spot for its second weekend, just eking out a win over Happy Madison’s Pixels.  The pint sized super hero flick has managed to clear the 100 milli...[Read More]

Mr. Holmes:  A Valediction Forbidding Mourning

Movie Review:  Mr. Holmes Ian McKellen’s turn as the aging super sleuth Sherlock Holmes has been doing brisk business at the box office.  Initially appearing in only 300 theaters, it has still managed to make the top ten earnings list two weeks running.  That’s no small feat for a foreign film that is aimed at an often forgotten demographic:  the elderly.  When I was lucky enough to ca...[Read More]

Our Ten’s List:  Gone Camping!

Our Ten’s List:  Top Ten Memorable Movie Camps We continue our celebration of Summer vacations this week by looking at everyone’s favorite character building summer chore:  going camping.  The bane of Nintendo owning children everywhere, right around July fathers all across America are struck with a terrible brain fever that compels them to take their loved ones out into the woods and ...[Read More]

Coming Soon Trailers:  Pixels, Southpaw, The Stanford Prison Experiment

Coming Soon Trailers Not sure what to watch this weekend? Well here at Deluxe Video we sift through all the trailers of the upcoming movies and tell you what to watch and what to avoid. Because we care about your time, loyal reader…and perhaps because nothing is as much fun as righteous anger when a trailer fails to deliver the goods! Pixels Aliens from outer space come across the pop-culture garb...[Read More]

Ant-Man:  Teeny Little Super Guy

Movie Review:  Ant-Man Growing Pains To be honest I was not entirely excited about an Ant-Man movie when I heard it was on the roster of films announced way back in 2006. In the Marvel Universe Hank Pym(Ant-Man) had his place, but lets face it, a scientist that could turn himself small is not as nearly exciting as the Hulk or Iron Man (who are coincidentally the two current scientists on the team ...[Read More]

Ant Man Box Office Wrap Up

Ant-Man and Minions Have A Big Weekend   $58 Million may be a “tiny” opening for Marvel, but Ant-Man managed to keep the studio’s win streak alive at 12 consecutive first place openings. Ant-Man, starring Paul Rudd as a diminutive superhero who can control ant behavior, cost the Disney-owned Marvel an estimated $130 million to make and posted the second lowest domestic openi...[Read More]

See It Instead:  Ant-Man

See It Instead:  Ant-Man Marvel’s latest offering hasn’t lit a fire in my heart, so if you’re in the same boat as me, here are three films from yesteryear that may hold your interest. Ant-Man (2015) A reformed jewel thief and a reclusive inventor team up to steal a prototype super-suit that allows the user to shrink in size while gaining phenomenal strength.  The Ant-Man armor al...[Read More]

Retro Review?:  Dude Bro Party Massacre III

Retro Review:  Dude Bro Party Massacre III In our Retro Review feature, we like to spotlight old movies that you may have missed.  Give classics and forgotten flicks a little love.  That being said, we’re proud to present our Retro Review of Dude Bro Party Massacre III, a comedic slasher flick from the 80’s…that was released less than two weeks ago.  Huh? The masters of short att...[Read More]

Coming Soon Trailers:  Ant-Man,  The Trainwreck, Mr. Holmes

Coming Soon Trailers Marvel hopes to prove itself again with a lesser-known Avenger, Judd Apatow hopes you still like to laugh in the face of growing up, and several independent releases may tempt you to stay in and catch a new film on your couch this weekend as we round up the latest trailers for the week of July 16th-19th. Ant-Man An ex-con jewel thief (Paul Rudd) and a disgraced scientist (Mich...[Read More]

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