Published: October 07, 2012
10-9 Top Ten DVD Release
By Kam Williams
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
The Giant Mechanical Man
A Cat in Paris
Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
My First Collection [Volume Four] - Featuring Robot Zot!
Dreamworks Spooky Stories
What Color Is Love?
The Fantasia Barrino Story: Life Is Not a Fairytale
Digimon - The Official First Season
Whitney - Season One
Rock of Ages
12 Dogs of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue
Monster High: Ghouls Rule
The Adventures of Scooter the Penguin
Werewolf: The Beast among Us
Kam Williams is a syndicated film and book critic who writes for 100+ publications. He is a member of the New York Film Critics Online, the African-American Film Critics Association, and the NAACP Image Awards Nominating Committee. Contact him through NewsBlaze. Read more reviews by Kam Williams.
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