Category: DVDs

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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: Rings

I loved Hideo Nakata’s original film Ringu (Ring) and surprisingly Gore Verbinski’s 2002 re-make The Ring wasn’t too bad either. So call me surprised when it looked like Ring was getting another American re-make....

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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...

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DVD Review: Patriots Day

Patriots Day takes a cinematic look at the Boston Marathon bombing. Not exactly high drama and not something I especially wanted to see. I mean, to be blunt (and very wrong) the Boston bombing...

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DVD Review: xXx: Return of Xander Cage

Ok, so I did some research before sitting down with the latest in the xXx franchise and I’ve discovered that people are generally in one of two camps, those that love Vin Diesel and...

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DVD Review: I, Daniel Blake

I, Daniel Blake begins with a black screen and an unknown voice asking Daniel Blake a series of farcical questions to test his on going entitlement to a benefit. And so begins the slow...

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DVD Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge takes a Mel Gibson styled look at the true story of Desmond Doss. Doss desperately wants to fight for his country against against Japan but his religious beliefs combined with the childhood...

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DVD Review: War On Everyone

War On Everyone kicks off with Terry (Alexander Skarsgård) and Bob (Michael Peña) chasing down a street performer in their car, and as they get close to the guy running madly down a back...