Category: DVDs

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DVD Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

The Guardians are back baby, to save the galaxy again, that is if they can just stop fighting each other. Yes, the wise cracking band of misfits are back bringing their own brand of...

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DVD Review: Kong Skull Island

Opening near the launch of the original, KONG: Skull Island takes us to the War in the Pacific in 1944. Hank Marlow (John C. Reilly) is a comedic one liner that befriends a foe...

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DVD Review: John Wick 2

Pleasingly brutal. That’s about as succinct a recommendation as I can give John Wick: Chapter 2 (JW2 hereafter). I think that’s probably enough for you to know if this is your cinematic poison or...

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DVD Review: Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant is the sequel to the prequel Prometheus, and a prequel to the announced prequels to the original Alien film. In other words it’s the first film of the Alien prequel trilogy. Now...

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DVD Review: The Fate of the Furious

The Fast and the Furious franchise never seems to run out of gas, and if this installment is anything to go by, there is still plenty left in the tank. Fate starts off in...

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DVD Review: Ghost In The Shell

Scarlett Johansson plays the role of major in this live action adaptation of the Japanese anime phenomenon Ghost In The Shell. The film kicks off with Scarlett’s character being bought back to life, though...

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DVD Review: Split

M. Night. Shyamalan’s biggest burden is The Sixth Sense. It’s almost impossible to talk to people about any of his other films without them being disappointed that it wasn’t like The Sixth Sense. If...

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DVD Review: A Cure for Wellness

Mesmerizing is probably the best word to describe Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness. It kinda grabs you and keeps you hooked right till the very end, though you’re not sure why. The film...

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DVD Review: Logan

Back in 2000, Bryan Singer gave cinematic life to the X-Men. Singer wasn’t a comic book fan, rather he was interested in the subjects of prejudice and discrimination that X-Men offered. Singer’s strange new...

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DVD Review: T2 Trainspotting

There was always going to be a heavy weight of expectation attached to a TRAINSPOTTING sequel. Danny Boyle’s 1996 original was a cinematic cultural marker for those of us of an age, sitting alongside...