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Tag: DVD reviews

TMNT: Pulverizer Power/NYC Showdown/Search For Splinter

Next week sees the release of not one, but three new DVDs for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon shows for fans to enjoy.  I got the chance to check out the new discs and see what they have to offer, in order to help you decide whether or not they’re worth picking up.  Come inside for my full review!

Mortal Kombat: Conquest The Complete Series

Back in the 90s, Warner Bros. wanted to capitalize on the Mortal Kombat craze by developing a TV series that would serve as a prequel to the films.  While it was short-lived, it developed a fan following of its own and after nearly a couple decades, is finally available on DVD.  I got the chance to check out the new release ahead of time to help you decide whether or not it's worth picking up.  So come to check out my review!

DVD REVIEW: The Beasts are on the Streets (1978)

Cinelinx takes a bite out of Warner Archive's The Beasts are on the Streets DVD!

DVD REVIEW: Lovelace (2013)

Amanda Seyfried gives a compelling performance in Lovelace, new on DVD.

DVD REVIEW: Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1973)

Cinelinx gets Gothic with Warner Archive's Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell DVD!

BLU REVIEW: Monsters University Blu-ray Collector’s Edition

Cinelinx freaks out over the new Disney/Pixar Monsters University Blu-ray!

DVD REVIEW: The Beast with Five Fingers (1946)

Cinelinx gets the bird from The Beast with Five Fingers, new on DVD from Warner Archive!

DVD REVIEW: Fire in the Sky (1993)

Cinelinx gets sucked into the alien abduction classic Fire in the Sky from Warner Archive!

DVD REVIEW: Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel (Vic’s Review)

Cinelinx mashes up the new Phineas & Ferb: Mission Marvel DVD!

BLU REVIEW: Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising

Cinelinx finds more than meets the eye in the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising Blu-ray!

Focal Point: The Bare Necessities

In these trying times it's important to stick to only the essentials, and important concept in this week's Focal Point comic! We're back this...