DVD Reviews

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Circle’ as a Case Study for What Can Go Wrong

Star power and premise aren't enough to sell The Circle.

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‘The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight 2004’ Shows Band In Stellar Transitional Form (DVD REVIEW)

Like their British brothers-in-arms the Rolling Stones, The Who is getting in the habit of regularly releasing old concerts in their entirety on DVD/Blu-Ray for public consumption. This time out it’s their set at the ...

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Blu-ray Review: ‘Song to Song’ and Terrence Malick’s Austin

Terrence Malick's latest hits home release, but is it worth your time?

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Blu-ray Review: ‘Free Fire’ Comes Home with a Hail of Bullets

Ben Wheatley's shoot-em-up is out now on Blu-ray.

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Blackberry Smoke Collaborates With Bob Weir On ‘An Evening at TRI’ (DVD REVIEW)

Blackberry Smoke elevates its musicianly credibility with An Evening At TRI. If the band has proven anything with the rise in their public profile over the last year or so, it’s that the group relishes ...

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‘Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead’ Carries Both Strengths & Flaws (FILM REVIEW)

Besides confirming that a single film project will not be sufficient to fully and comprehensively tell the story of the Grateful Dead, there are two other main takeaways from Long Strange Trip. Amir Bar-Lev’s documentary ...

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The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America Follows The Stones Through 10 Latin Cities (DVD REVIEW)

The Rolling Stones new DVD, Ole Ole Ole!, is a behind-the-scenes documentary about the excitement and ultimate struggle to make their historic Havana, Cuba, concert in 2016 become a reality. All this was happening while ...

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‘Eric Clapton Live in San Diego with Special Guest J.J. Cale’ Highlights Revered Partnership (DVD REVIEW)

Because Live in San Diego captures a seasoned road ensemble at the peak of its powers, led by an iconic musician clearly inspired to nearly his highest level of playing, this DVD of Eric Clapton’s, ...

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Rise of a Texas Bluesman: Stevie Ray Vaughan 1984-1989 (DVD REVIEW)

There’s a wealth of video material available devoted to the stage work of the late blues icon guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, so it’s somewhat surprising there’s precious little corresponding documentary work apart from Rise of ...

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‘Havana Moon’ Captures The Rolling Stones’ Historic Cuba Performance (DVD REVIEW)

For The Rolling Stones, playing Cuba last year may have just been another notch on their fifty-plus year old touring belt, but its historical nature was significant and it was all caught on film for ...

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