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Independence Day: Resurgence  Sadly David Arnold does not return from the first film to conutine scoring duties on this 20 year in the wai sequel. Instead we get Thomas Wander and Harold Kloser taking over. And if anything they...
 
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Enemy Mine Blu-ray Review

Wolfgang Peterson is one of the few directors to work within the studio system who worked across a broad scope of genre films. But back in the 80’s he made his way step by step out of Europe. Das Boot garnered him some serious ...
 

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Richard III Blu-ray Review
Richard III Blu-ray Review
Richard III Blu-ray Review

Richard III Blu-ray Review

Richard Loncraine and Ian McKellen’s 1930’s set adaptation of Shakespeare’s villainous classic (probably in the best form it’s ever come on film) arrives on Blu-ray. It has been restored and comes with a fair amount of suppleme...
 
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Triple 9  Review
Triple 9  Review
Triple 9  Review

Triple 9  Review

The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus, Captain America’s Falcon Anthony Mackie, Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul, The Hunger Game’s Woody Harrleson and Titanic’s Kate Winslet. And it’s a heist movie of sorts? Sounds like a blast! Of course...
 

Cinema Reviews
 
The Nice Guys Review
The Nice Guys Review
The Nice Guys Review

The Nice Guys Review

Shane Black is back in style once again – and not like anyone had any doubts that he could pull off an R-rated mismatched buddy movie with investigative powers. Yes here he is back in the same old well again – and as usual maki...
 
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Journey to the Shore Blu-ray review
Journey to the Shore Blu-ray review
Journey to the Shore Blu-ray review

Journey to the Shore Blu-ray review

Japanese director Kyoshi Kurosawa (no relation to the more famous Akira Kurosawa) has made something of a career with ghost stories. While his earlier films such as Cure (1997), the genuinely scary Pulse (2001) and Retribution ...
 

Cinema Reviews
 
X-Men: Apocalpyse Review
X-Men: Apocalpyse Review
X-Men: Apocalpyse Review

X-Men: Apocalpyse Review

“I think we can all agree that the third film in any franchise is the worst” utters Jean Gray, a direct stab at X-Men: The Last Stand, the much maligned third film from when director Bryan Singer first bowed out fro...
 
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Creed Blu-ray Review
Creed Blu-ray Review
Creed Blu-ray Review

Creed Blu-ray Review

  Rocky fans jaws hit the floor in disbelief when Stallone had to nerve to announce a “spin-off” movie based on the son of Rocky’s first opponent Apollo Creed. And this wasn’t too long after he seemed to have closed the bo...
 

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Three Amigos Blu-ray Review
Three Amigos Blu-ray Review
Three Amigos Blu-ray Review

Three Amigos Blu-ray Review

101 have picked up the distribution rights to this 80’s comedy classic.  And by that we mean the audience loved it that saw it, it picked up points on video and DVD and has since gone on to become a well loved classic that maga...
 
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Spotlight Review
Spotlight Review
Spotlight Review

Spotlight Review

The film managed to take the Screenplay and best picture award. Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams head up the cast about the exposure by Spotlight (a section of a leading Boston newspaper) that exposed truths behi...
 

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The Sign Of Four And The Hound Of The Baskervilles Blu-ray Reviews
The Sign Of Four And The Hound Of The Baskervilles Blu-ray Reviews
The Sign Of Four And The Hound Of The Baskervilles Blu-ray Reviews

The Sign Of Four And The Hound Of The Baskervilles Blu-ray Reviews

Second Sight are releasing two Sherlock Holmes films in both Blu-ray and DVD formats. The two films released, among many adaptations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s eponymous and iconic hero detective are two 1983 TV movies T...
 
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The Wonder Years Deluxe Edition Review
The Wonder Years Deluxe Edition Review
The Wonder Years Deluxe Edition Review

The Wonder Years Deluxe Edition Review

The Wonder years complete boxset comes to DVD this month – and it’s a whopper! 26 discs make up for this 6 season deluxe edition. All 115 episodes are present and correct, the entire music back catalogue from the original broad...
 

Cinema Reviews
 
Captain America: Civil War Review
Captain America: Civil War Review
Captain America: Civil War Review

Captain America: Civil War Review

Into Phase 3 we plunge with the third of the Captain America movies, a very lose adaptation of the Civil War comic series. The heart of that conflict (Cap vs. Iron Man) is installed here in a modified story structure, but the e...
 
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Green Room Review
Green Room Review
Green Room Review

Green Room Review

Director Jeremy Saulnier delivers another solid effort after the much acclaimed Blue Ruin a couple of years back. Green Room is another nail biting tension brewer that gives way to shocking and sudden visceral violence. A small...
 

Film Reviews
 
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice Soundtrack Review
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice Soundtrack Review
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice Soundtrack Review

Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice Soundtrack Review

There hasn’t been many subtle things about Hans Zimmer’s work in recent years. Chart back to the trailer blazing and blaring notes from inception, and then his recent fad for Taiko drums and it’s all be a thunderous headache of...
 
Cinema Reviews
 
The Jungle Book Review
The Jungle Book Review
The Jungle Book Review

The Jungle Book Review

The king of the swingers strolls back into town, but this time in live action form.  Much like Ken Brannah’s live action update of “Disney’s” Cinderella, this one cuts it very close to the cloth.  Sure there are less sing-songs...
 

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Snow White: A Tale Of Terror Review
Snow White: A Tale Of Terror Review
Snow White: A Tale Of Terror Review

Snow White: A Tale Of Terror Review

We have still yet to get a great live action Snow White movie made.  In recent years we had to suffer two very poor adaptations in one year. One a colourful, but a bit whimsical version with Lilly Collins going up against a ver...
 
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The Secret Of My Success Review
The Secret Of My Success Review
The Secret Of My Success Review

The Secret Of My Success Review

Michael J Fox was on a hot streak in the 80s and it’s been a while since The Secret Of My Success has been on the subject of any debate. But it’s being pushed out onto DVD once again (sans extras) and in all honestly it was del...
 

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American Horror Project Volume 1 Review
American Horror Project Volume 1 Review
American Horror Project Volume 1 Review

American Horror Project Volume 1 Review

The first in Arrow Video’s collection of old long forgotten horror films being unearthed and worth re-visiting titled the American Horror Project Volume 1 is a collection of three such films, all from the 1970s. They are: Malat...
 
Cinema Reviews
 
Midnight Special Review
Midnight Special Review
Midnight Special Review

Midnight Special Review

Jeff Nichols’ has a knack for bringing the weird and wonderful together, and Midnight Special is no different. His homage to the sci fi films of old comes with the director’s signature style, which we’ve come ...
 

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All Quiet On The Western Front Review
All Quiet On The Western Front Review
All Quiet On The Western Front Review

All Quiet On The Western Front Review

When Lewis Milestone adapted Erich Maria Remarque’s novel ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ for Carl Laemmle and Universal in 1930, for many World War I still held fresh memories. The film stood at roughly the ...
 
Disc Reviews
 
Battlestar Galactica DVD Review
Battlestar Galactica DVD Review
Battlestar Galactica DVD Review

Battlestar Galactica DVD Review

This is the pilot movie of the original series from the 1970s starring Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict and Lorne Greene. It can’t be emphasised enough just how powerful the main theme music is for the original and it still sounds ...
 

Cinema Reviews
 
Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice Review
Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice Review
Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice Review

Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice Review

What are the makings of a great film? Boil it down: There’s the actors, the story, the director and the audience. If these four things can come together in unison and really gel, something fantastic is usually the result....
 
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The Encounter Review
The Encounter Review
The Encounter Review

The Encounter Review

We’re barely a quarter of the way through 2016. We already have a prime candidate for worst DVD release of the year. The Encounter explores the chilling plausibility of alien abductions. Badly. Sex and bong obsessed campers, so...
 

Disc Reviews
 
Being John Malkovich DVD Review
Being John Malkovich DVD Review
Being John Malkovich DVD Review

Being John Malkovich DVD Review

Although it’s common to see oddball indie movies appear from time to time, it’s far less regular for a giant studio to throw their weight behind one, however Being John Malkovich is a very good example of this phenomenon. Penne...
 
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The Burbs Uncut DVD Review
The Burbs Uncut DVD Review
The Burbs Uncut DVD Review

The Burbs Uncut DVD Review

If you were to ask a group of, say, 30 – 50 year olds to name their most beloved director of the 80s you can wager that Joe Dante’s name would show up several times, and rightfully so; his directorial filmography reads like a p...
 

Cinema Reviews
 
High-Rise Review
High-Rise Review
High-Rise Review

High-Rise Review

    “And you, are you settling in?” This is the question architect Anthony Royal poses to Dr. Laing, the newest tenant to his building, as they sit amongst chaos and decadence, as they devour the remnants ...
 
Cinema Reviews
 

Mojave Review

Imagine: a young, handsome, burnt-out movie star (Thomas, played by Garrett Hedlund), who has been famous for most of his adult life, gets bored with the apparent meaninglessness of his existence, the super rich in Hollywood Hi...
 

Cinema Reviews
 
The Witch Review
The Witch Review
The Witch Review

The Witch Review

17th Century, new England. Rejected from the safety of a local community; A family of seven head out into the wilderness to live their lives. But growing crops or hunting game turns out to be a harder task as the spot they pick...
 
Disc Reviews
 
Prey Review
Prey Review
Prey Review

Prey Review

You know the drill. Five friends travel to an exotic location (Panama in this instance) to take in the sites and party with the locals. Said locals tell them about a remote beauty spot and, despite some disturbing legends and f...