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Pick-Ups for the Week of June 21, 2016

June 24, 2016 - 10:59 am   |   by
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Welcome to a new edition of Pick-Ups!

Thank you for tuning in. I’m back from a break with some new reviews for you. By the way, did you folks go out and see The Conjuring 2? If you haven’t yet, you’re in for a treat. It’s easily one of the best horror films of the year. And if you’re seeing it at the Alamo Drafthouse, like I did, you’re in for a selection of some nice horror shorts. Definitely go out and see it if you can. [Read on here...]

This week we’re going to be taking a look at some Kino Lorber Studio Classics titles, as well as a couple from Scream Factory. I might even throw in a surprise title, who knows? As usual, we’ll be rolling each review out one at a time all week, so be sure to check back for new ones. Click on the links below to check them all out:

While you’re at it, if you see something you like, why don’t you purchase it through the Amazon links that we’ve provided in each review? A portion of anything that you order from Amazon after clicking through to them from our links goes to help support our work here at The Bits, and we really do appreciate your support.

Also, if you dig my opinions and such, why don’t you please take some time to check out my podcast, simply called Podcast Salmonella. I try and put up a new episode as often as I can. Myself and various guests have fun chats about movies, music, comic books, etc. So do check it out on both YouTube and Soundcloud.

Well, that’s all from me for this week, so enjoy the reviews!

- Tim Salmons

 

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