Top Ten DVD List for October 31, 2017

Dawn of the Dead [Collector\’s Edition] https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B073LH2P6S/ref%3dnosim/thslfofire-20 I Called Him Morgan [Jazz Great Biopic]

Holocaust Survivors Return to Hungarian Hometown in Poignant Postwar Drama 

It is August 12, 1945. Japan is reeling and on the verge of surrender in the wake of atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Bebop Biopic Recounts Jazz Legend’s Murder in Nightclub by Jealous Wife

Legendary jazz great Lee Morgan (1938-1972) was born and raised in Philadelphia where he received his first trumpet as a gift from his sister on his 13th birthday.

Wounded Warriors Readjust to Civilian Life in Adaptation of Heartbreaking Best Seller 

In the spring of 2007, the Washington Post’s David Finkel accompanied a combat team of American infantrymen deployed to Baghdad at the start of the controversial surge ordered by President Bush. After being embedded for a year, the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter chronicled the intrepid GIs’ heroic efforts to bring stability to the region in a riveting best seller entitled \

For movies opening October 27, 2017

All I See Is You (R for profanity, nudity and graphic sexuality) Psychological thriller, set in Bangkok, about a blind woman (Blake Lively) whose faith in her marriage is shaken to the core when she regains her sight and discovers some disturbing details about her husband (Jason Clarke). Supporting cst includes Yvonne Strahovski, Dannu Huston and Wes Chatham. 

Invisible Ink

“It has always been a struggle for the relatively few African-Americans in corporate America who do exist, and it is made all the more difficult because we tend to operate in isolation. We are nearly always alone, with no one to fall back on… as we deal daily with an unending stream of slights real and imagined.

4th Installment of “The Conjuring” Franchise Arrives on Blu-Ray

Annabelle: Creation is the fourth film in a horror franchise that previously featured The Conjuring 1 and 2 as well as Annabelle. Because this prequel is set in 1952, well before the events which transpired in the others, one need not be familiar with those pictures to thoroughly enjoy this one, provided you like having the bejesus scared out of you.

Legendary Director Reflects on Shooting Classic Surfing Documentary

Born in San Francisco on December 1, 1937, the legendary Bruce Brown is best known for directing, narrating, shooting, editing and producing The Endless Summer, a groundbreaking documentary filmed on beaches all around the world on a shoestring budget back in 1966. Here, the Oscar-nominee and second inductee into the Surfing Hall of Fame.  reminisces about his career and the enduring popularity of his surfing classic, a half-century after its release.

The Simian Trilogy’s Climactic Chapter Comes to Home Video

War for the Planet of the Apes is the 9th episode in the legendary film franchise that began almost a half-century ago with Planet of the Apes. The groundbreaking sci-fi adventure was based on the novel of the same name by Pierre Boulle, who also wrote

Aspiring Nun Struggles with Vows in Coming-of-Age Drama 

Cathleen Harris (Margaret Qualley) was being raised in rural Tennessee in the Fifties when she started exhibiting an interest in God at an early age. That fixation was a little disconcerting to her single mom (Julianne Nicholson), an avowed atheist.

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