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My Take On… #317: Why I’m An Avid DVD & Blu-Ray Collector

Back in 2000, a young 11 year old boy went to the checkout of the local Media Play store to see the guy in front of him with a literal cart full of DVDs and VHS and something just clicked

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My Take On… #316: Top 10 Things I’d Like To Hear At Comic Con This Year

In what has become a yearly tradition around here, we’re mere weeks away from another San Diego Comic Con, July 18th to 21st, and once again, it will be very interesting to see what news will be coming out for

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My Take On… #315: Why I’m Glad Disney Bought Fox

Back in March, the merger was finally complete, Disney officially purchased Fox for $71.3 billion after two years of speculation and attempts by Comcast and Universal to acquire Fox. Starting with Breakthrough, all studio releases will be distributed by Walt

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My Take On… #314: What Went Wrong With Zack Snyder’s Watchmen?

Over 10 years ago, Warner Bros. released the long gestrating long in development hell feature film adaption of Alan Moore’s graphic novel masterpiece, Watchmen, to the world: And the result was a very mixed bag to say the least. I

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My Take On… #313: Why The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson May Be The Most Underrated Late Night Show Ever

In 1995, The Late Late Show premiered on CBS starting off hosted by Tom Snyder from its inception in January until March 1999. The choice of Snyder as host was made by David Letterman, whose contract with CBS gave him

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My Take On… #312: Who Are The Definitive Filmmakers Of This Decade?

We’re getting to that point in the year where we begin to start talking about the decade of the 2010s, the best movies, the worst movies, the best TV shows, the worst TV shows, and so on and so forth.

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My Take On… #311: Why The King’s Speech Is The Worst Best Picture Winner Of This Decade

A while back, I finally got a chance to watch Green Book, a.k.a. the worst Best Picture winner in recent memory….or, at least that’s what most people thought. Having actually seen the film, I admitted that that it’s not even

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