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Carlos DVD/Blu-ray Review

A sprawling epic that, thanks to a stunning performance, paints a fascinating portrait of an infamous terrorist. Charting the career of a true-life criminal or revolutionary, depending on your viewpoint, seems to be the current...

The Exorcist BR

Still the most terrifying horror film of all time spews itself onto Blu-Ray to nightmare inducing effect.



An entertaining look at Star Wars culture with enough heart and references to keep you smiling throughout.


David Fincher’s masterful crime thriller proves that to create true terror, less is always more.


World’s Greatest Dad

When I was a teenager, outside of the illicit battered VHS copies of ropey porn movies passed around the playground, which were tame by today’s standards (no DV, no DA, definitely no 2 Girls, 1 Cup), our celluloid experie...

Death Note 2: The Last Name

The follow up to the twisted supernatural crime thriller brings a darker edge but little to develop from the original.


Mars Attacks!

Tim Burton’s wonderfully over the top Alien invasion blasts its way onto Blu-Ray with delightful effect.

I Spit On Your Grave

The best example of the depths filmmakers will go to in order to shock and offend. In the 1980s the video nasty was almost something to aspire to for some filmmakers. Films of such a deplorable nature that they were deemed unfi...


We Are What We Are

Drama and mayhem in this Mexican thriller that looks at a family of cannibals. Forget your Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) what if a family of cannibals suddenly found themselves without a leader? This is the premise of We Are W...

Last Night

A bittersweet ode to the resilience of the human spirit on the last night of Earth’s existence.