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We’ve got a trio of Blu-rays for you to enjoy today...

First up, Tim’s Halloween Hangover review is none other than Dan Curtis’ 1976 Burnt Offerings, now available on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber.

I’ve also posted a pair of Blu-ray reviews of my own looking atSony’s new The Fifth Element: Cinema Series and Léon: The Professional – Cinema Series. Both discs arrived in stores on Tuesday and are worth a look. Note that each title is available in deluxe “clear case” packaging and also regular Blu-ray cases. The regular versions are the exact same discs for less money – only the packaging is different. See the reviews for all the details.  [Read on here…]

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The Hell Plaza Oktoberfest continues today with Dr. Jahnke’s review of Halloween: Resurrection on Blu-ray Disc.

Jahnke and Doogan have also chimed in with their latest weekly installments of Burnt Offerings: MOD DVD and Doogan’s Queue, covering what’s new this week in Blu-ray, DVD, MOD, and streaming. Be sure to check it out.  [Read on here…]

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