Category: DVDs

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DVD: Mile 22

Peter Berg once again teams up with his favourite actor Mark Wahlberg, but this time for a totally fictional action saturated thriller that is one part Enemy of the State and one part The...

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The Meg

What do you get if you put Jason Statham and Ruby Rose into a film about a massive prehistoric shark? You get a fun night of entertainment where you don’t have to use your...

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DVD: The Predator

I don’t know why we needed another Predator film, I mean there have been so many of them, and none of them that good. But in the recent Hollywood move of rebooting anything from...

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DVD: Disobedience

Disobedience is an interesting little British drama that focuses on faith, friendship and sexuality. Ronit Krushka returns to her hometown after her father’s death, an Orthodox Jewish community who ran her out of town...

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DVD: 10 x 10

The scariest thing about 10×10 is Luke Evans’ top lip. Having said that this is a tightly wound thrill ride about a dude who kidnaps a girl and locks her in a 10 x...

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DVD: Sicario Day Of The Soldado

Sicario: Day of the Soldado is the follow up from the 2015 original film, but this time without Emily Blunt. Not to fear though as we get the fiery eyed Isabela Moner who knows...

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DVD: Mission Impossible Fallout

Unlike most of the long running Mission Impossible series, Fallout pretty much carries on where Rogue Nation left off. In fact Christopher McQuarrie is still at the helm. So, of course any Mission Impossible...

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DVD: The First Purge

Every great tradition has a beginning, and now so does The Purge film series, with the aptly named The First Purge. With crime and unemployment running rampant and the United States teetering on anarchy,...

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DVD: The Happytime Murders

There are some things you just can’t un-see. And there is one scene in particular early on in The Happytime Murders that will haunt me for the rest of my life. And it’s here...

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DVD: Skyscraper

It’s funny how a film can be panned by critics and loved by the average punter, and this is very evident with Skyscraper. In fact I avoided going to see it at the cinema...