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Avengers: Age of Ultron – Movie Review

The following review contains mild spoilers for "Avengers: Age of Ultron." The newest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe may take its name from the robotic super-villain, but Ultron is by far the worst p...

McFarland, USA – Movie Review

Photo Credit: Ron Phillips/Disney In 1987 Boise, Idaho, high school football coach Jim White threw an athletic shoe at a player whose ego far outweighed his measure of respect.  The shoe bounced off of a loc...

The 87th Oscars Live Blog!

12:08 - That's All Folks! Well, that's the end my friends! Thank you for enjoying our live blog and thanks for supporting the site. Have a good night, I'm Tony Dupre of Blast Magazing signing off. Good ni...

Jupiter Ascending – Movie Review

I've been looking forward to "Jupiter Ascending" since I learned it was an original property created by the Wachowskis. The last decade has been an amazing time for sci-fi movies, but most of the big ones have ...

Song One – Movie Review

In her first major motion picture in limited release, Kate Barker-Froyland has penned and directed a lovely and muted gem about a young woman slightly estranged from her family, who returns home after her broth...

American Sniper – Movie Review

Directed by Clint Eastwood and adapted for the screen by Jason Hall, "American Sniper" opens with brief snippets that depict the mindset and philosophy of the Kyle family patriarch, Wayne (Ben Reed). It's rathe...

DVD Review – Zarra’s Law

Here is the description I received of this movie: "Retired cop Tony (Tony Sirico) finds he is unable to forget the murder of his younger brother, who was in the mob. He’s outraged when he finds out the man he h...