Patrick Bromley


Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (Blu-ray)

When the going gets tough…the tough take the law into their own hands.


Ride the Pink Horse (Blu-ray)

“I’m nobody’s friend. The man with no place.”


The Babadook (Blu-ray)

If it’s in a word or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of The Babadook.


Starry Eyes (Blu-ray)

Dreams require sacrifice.


The Drop (Blu-ray)

If a crime thriller falls in the woods and doesn’t make a sound, can it still be any good?


The Overnighters (Blu-ray)

The best documentary of 2014 arrives on Blu-ray.


The Phantom of the Opera (1989) (Blu-ray)

Don’t get your hopes up. Freddy doesn’t sing.


Starry Eyes (Blu-ray)

The best horror movie of 2014 comes to Blu-ray. Now there’s no excuse for not seeing it.


Slaughter Hotel (Blu-ray)

Why would anyone ever stay at a place called “Slaughter Hotel?” That’s totally fake.

52 Pick-Up (Blu-ray)

This one’s a solid thriller…but you might want to shower afterwards.

(500) Days of Summer (Blu-ray)

  Fox // 2009 // 95 Minutes // Rated PG-13 Reviewed by Appellate Judge Patrick Bromley // January 11th, 2010 This is not a love story. This is a story about love. The best romantic comedy of 2009 gets an excellent high definition release courtesy of Fox. (500) Days of Summer is a movie about a doomed relationship told in fragments, jumping from the dizzyingly happy beginnings to the devastati...[Read More]


Alfie (2004)

A film that dares to ask the age-old question: “Isn’t Jude Law cute?”

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