The Stack: Simon Rumley Trilogy, UNIT 7, AMOUR, PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, New Shout Factory Blu-rays, And More

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The Stack: Simon Rumley Trilogy, UNIT 7, AMOUR, PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, New Shout Factory Blu-rays, And More
In this week's edition of my home entertainment roundup, you can watch Meat Loaf worship Alice Cooper and Art Carney, pre-Miami Vice Don Johnson fight off a bevy of post-apocalyptic beauties, dive headfirst into the incredible animated canvas of The Painting and watch me be ambivalent about Alyce Kills. 

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "PLACE BEYOND THE PINES"

    Great film, but I wouldn´t call it mainstream though, too dark, downbeat and with a very ambigious ending.

    "pre-Miami Vice Don Johnson fight off a bevy of post-apocalyptic beauties"
    hahahahhahahha....(HUGE SPOILER AHEAD) well, getting your dick hooked up to a "milk maid" might make you a little cautious...hahhahahhah....fun flick.

    Great work as always, thanks Mr Canfield.

    Oh yeah......please do reviews of more books, I see you started to do this now, I like it a lot.

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