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Entries in dvd (5)

Monday
Dec172012

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews: Batman The 1966 Movie

In the monumental twentieth episode of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, we'll celebrate the lighter side of The Dark Knight by delving deep into the 1966 Batman movie starring Adam West and Burt Ward as the Dynamic Duo.  One can't do this film justice, though, without giving full insight into the classic TV series that the film was tied in with and to fully appreciate this more comedic take on Batman and Robin, I'll also discuss the dire state of comic books at the time.  I'll then reveal some additional DVD titles that no 60's Bat-fan should be without.  We probably wouldn't have the Batman we know and love today if it wasn't for this TV show and movie, so sit back and enjoy the full (and long) story behind the phenomenon that made Batman a pop culture staple.  The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews is hosted by David Rose.

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Thursday
Feb162012

Introducing The DVD Shelf Mini Reviews!

I hope you’ve all been enjoying my first 13 episodes of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews so far.  It’s been a blast making them, but I do realize that they tend to run a bit long.  20-30 minutes can be an eternity when it comes to sitting at your computer watching an internet show.  So, for those of you without much time to spare, welcome to The DVD Shelf Mini Reviews, where I review a movie’s DVD or Blu-Ray in just 90 seconds.  In this premiere episode, I won’t be reviewing a movie, but I will be taking 90 seconds to give a little introduction to my new series, then I’ll begin reviewing films starting with episode 2.  Don’t worry, though, because my next full-length DVD Shelf Movie Review is also on its way!

And don't forget to hit the HD button on the video player! (You’ll need it)

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Monday
Nov142011

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews: American Splendor

In this episode, we dive into the life and works of legendary comic book writer and Cleveland native Harvey Pekar with the 2003 film American Splendor starring Paul Giamatti as Pekar.  We’ll look at Harvey’s own back story and his friendship with the famously eccentric illustrator Robert Crumb that led to the creation of the American Splendor comics, the personal autobiographical stories Pekar would put into comic book form.  We’ll check out the film that perfectly captures the quirky atmosphere of the books, see what’s on the DVD, and, finally, I'll give my final recommendation. All this and more at your online destination where movies are celebrated, not incinerated!

You can also check my new archive of high-resolution title cards for The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews HERE!

 

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Tuesday
Aug162011

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews: Winnebago Man

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews is back - finally!  In my first on-camera review, I'll be looking at the 2009 documentary/comedy Winnebago Man.

In the hot summer of 1989, Jack Rebney was the host of a Winnebago Sales Video. The shoot was a nightmare and twenty years later, his angered-fueled outtakes from this very filming became a YouTube sensation. Now, where has Jack been after all these years?  You'll just have to find out by watching Winnebago Man, but first, make sure to check out this new episode of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews!

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Tuesday
Dec282010

The DVD Shelf - Episode 1: The Dark Knight

Welcome to the new web series The DVD Shelf.  After the endless hate towards movies that circulates on the internet nowadays, why not dedicate a show to loving movies? Weird, huh? Each show will feature a movie that I've grabbed off my shelf and I'll talk a little about the film's background and why I recommend it. So, I figured the first episode should feature a movie that isn't hard to like-- The Dark Knight.  Enjoy!

 

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