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Retro Review:  Attack the Block

Retro Review:  Attack the Block Before John Boyega was saving a galaxy far far away in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he was saving the UK as a young street tough defending his tenement block from invading aliens.  Produced by the same people behind Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End (and sharing the comedic talents of Nick Frost) this film by first time director Joe Cornish fee...[Read More]

Coming Soon Trailers:  Hail, Caesar!  Monday at 11:01 AM, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Coming Soon Trailers Apparently February is as much for genre mash-ups as it is for lovers.  The Coen brothers use the pompous epics of golden age 1950’s cinema as the back-drop for a mystery farce, and Jane Austen and the living dead come together for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.  Nicholas Sparks attempts to mash-up a love story with completely asinine piffle in The Choice, which I gues...[Read More]

Movie Review:  Spotlight

Movie Review I have mixed emotions this year when it comes to viewing the Oscar nominations for best picture.  Last year I watched almost all of them…and it ended up being quite a slog.  I ended up only enjoying two of them, and even then I can’t say any of them blew me away.  The field in 2014 was much better (not to mention more diverse!)  So when this year’s announcements were...[Read More]

Kung Fu Panda 3 Box Office

Dreamworks Dominates The Box Office With Kung Fu Panda 3 The animated movie Kung Fu Panda 3, starring Jack Black, came in first by grossing $41 million at the domestic box office, posting the third best January opening behind “American Sniper” and Kevin Hart’s original Ride Along.  While it may not reach Toy Story status, Kung Fu Panda has enjoyed some critical and commercial success; earning abov...[Read More]

The chickening movie trailer

Terse Trailers Here at Deluxe Video Online we love our trailers. We love the hopes and dreams that they inspire. The anticipation that they build and the nerd rage that they can invoke (re:TMNT or the Transformer franchises). Yes, we love our trailers here… we just love some of them less. It’s like having two kids:  you say they love them the same but we know the truth. One kid behaves...[Read More]

Most anticipated movies of 2016

Our Ten’s List January is almost over, and we’ve paid our regards to some of the best (and worst) films of last year. Some of our predictions from 2015 panned out, and some movies we’d overlooked turned out to be surprise delights.  Now is the time when we look forward to the most anticipated movies of 2016 that have caught our attention.  Maybe a year from now we’ll be tal...[Read More]

Movie Trailers

Coming Soon Trailers This week we have trailers for three wide releases.  The Wayans are back at it again, this time “spoofing” 50 Shades of Grey.  It has exactly the pedigree and innovation you’d expect from the creative geniuses behind the Scar Movie franchise.  The temptation to call it “Sexy Movie” must have been tremendous.  Children finally get something to watc...[Read More]

Movie Review Gabriel

Movie Review: Gabriel A Never-ending Journey We first meet Gabriel (Rory Culkin) on a bus, bored and amped up. Gabe (he prefers it over Gabriel) begins making friends with a child by pretending to smoke twizzlers like cigars together.  Eventually the mother begins actually paying attention to her kid and quickly intervenes as if Gabe is some sort of dangerous animal. Initially this appears as an o...[Read More]

The revenant Box office Wrap up

Box Office Wrap Up With record snow in many big markets along the Eastern seaboard, the Box Office as a whole took a major hit, falling off 25% as the snow fell throughout the weekend.  Last year, American Sniper had just received its Oscar nod and was cruising along to 60+ million plus sales.  This year, despite also catching the eye of the academy, The Revenant only managed a middling 16 million...[Read More]

Inside The Official Suicide Squad Trailer

My Take On The Second Suicide Squad Trailer This week another brick was added to the foundation of the DC Cinematic Universe with the official trailer of The Suicide Squad being released. Based on the comic of the same name, Suicide Squad features a group of “B List” Super Villians forced to save the world. While Superman V Batman: Dawn Of Justice and Wonder Woman may be DC’s bre...[Read More]

The Fith Wave Movie Trailers

Coming Soon Trailers With The Hunger Games out of the picture,This week’s trailers features a new franchise based on post-apocalyptic young adult fodder, The 5th Wave, hoping to capture the tween audience.  We also have the second horror movie in two years named The Boy, though this one looks nowhere near as scary as last years independent film.  Finally, Robert De Niro is hard at work destr...[Read More]

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