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Monday
Jul072014

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Battle Royale

This episode of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix goes head-to-head in a bloody fight for survival with the controversial Japanese thriller, Battle Royale, and compares it with other similar works including The Running Man and The Hunger Games.

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Wednesday
Jun182014

The DVD Shelf Goes Hawaiian: The 25th Episode Spectacular!

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews is very proud to present The DVD Shelf Goes Hawaiian, an extended special to celebrate the show’s 25th episode!  Bursting at the seams with colorful footage filmed on-location in Hawaii, this virtual vacation will jet you off to the beautiful island of Oahu where you’ll learn all about Hawaiian history and culture while discovering numerous filming locations seen in a handful of great movies that filmed here in the islands, including The Descendants, 50 First Dates, From Here to Eternity, Elvis Presley’s Hawaii Trilogy, and even the mega-blockbuster Jurassic Park, among others.  As your own personal tour guide, I’ll take us all around the island to find these places while delving a bit into each movie’s back story and discussing my own thoughts on each film.  Then, as an added bonus, we’ll sample some of Oahu’s most delicious foods.  So, strap yourself in because you’re about to head off on a relaxing Hawaiian vacation you won’t soon forget – and I’ll pick up the tab! Aloha!

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Wednesday
Apr232014

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: District B13

In this episode of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, France proves that it can pull off high-stakes action with the Luc Besson-produced 2004 thriller, District B13 which pits a streetwise punk and an undercover cop against a dangerous mob within the gated-off ghettos of Paris.  Starring French actor and stuntman David Belle, District B13 utilized the popular fighting discipline parkour, of which Belle is credited as one of its founders, for many of its action scenes.  Also discussed is the film’s 2009 sequel, District 13: Ultimatum, and its 2014 remake, Brick Mansions, which stars Belle and the late Paul Walker in his final completed film.

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Tuesday
Apr012014

Behind The DVD Shelf: A Conversation with David Rose & Andy Snyder 

In this special presentation of The DVD Shelf, David Rose, the host of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, and Andy Snyder, the host of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, sit down for an extended conversation about growing up living next door to each other, some of their early collaborative projects, their mutual love for the cinema, and how they go about putting episodes of their shows together.  If you’ve been a follower of the entire DVD Shelf series and you’re looking for a funny and insightful talk between the creators, then look no further than ‘Behind The DVD Shelf’.

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Monday
Jan132014

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Infernal Affairs

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix kicks off the new year with a look at the famed 2002 Chinese crime thriller, Infernal Affairs.  This film would go on to inspire the main premise behind Martin Scorsese’s star-studded Oscar-winning drama from 2006, The Departed.  Even though it is also very highly regarded, is ‘The Departed’ simply yet another typical Americanization of a popular Asian film or can it stand on its own?  Find out right here!

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