Discount DVDs – The Factory

This Saturday I visited the local Big Lots and dug through their bins of $3 and $5 movies. This pursuit has become quite regular since Block Buster ended its DVD by mail business and I have found a suitable replacement. No, Netflix is neither suitable nor a replacement. I don’t mind buying up “end lot” …

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What We Choose to Remember Isn’t Usually What We Should Remember

Another Memorial Day is upon us. If you happen to be somewhere nice enough to be outside, then you are most likely enjoying it. Others, those trapped inside, are either chatting on-line or watching a series “all day marathon” or one of the seemingly countless WWII movies which every other station saves for just such …

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Some Amazing Movies You’ve Probably Never Heard of

Over the last few weeks I have had the privilege of watching some rather amazing movies I had never really heard of. At least I had never heard of them being in the theater. Hoax Richard Gere One of the most unbelievable true stories you will ever watch. A writer that is destitute fakes hand …

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