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The Stoning of Soraya M.

The Stoning of Soraya M. is not easy viewing. A film that concludes with a graphic execution that lasts for as long as 20 minutes as we see a woman tortuously stoned to death, some may deem this as somewhat exploitative. After ...
 
 
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Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

A film that manages to be life affirming while whimsical about death in stunning measures. Uncle Boonmee is a film the likes of which are rarely, if ever, seen. It dispels with preconceptions and manages to transcend the medium...
 

 
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Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

Eureka releases the deliciously satirical comedy, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter, out for the first time, on Blu Ray A stab at the fake world of television advertising, the film was produced and directed by Frank Tashlin. What ...
 
 
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Fanboys

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

 
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Se7en

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

When talking about Bollywood stars, the name Khan is one that always comes to mind. For most people, at least West of Mumbai, it is Shah Rukh, but the biggest name is actually Aamir. He is probably best-known for Laagan, which ...
 

 
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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...
 
 
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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.
 

 
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Mars Attacks!

Tim Burton’s wonderfully over the top Alien invasion blasts its way onto Blu-Ray with delightful effect.
 
 
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Charlie St. Cloud DVD/ BR

Zac Efron sees dead people in a film aimed at a teen audience that manages to find enough pathos to entertain. Somewhere, deep within a vault buried beneath the Disney lot, is a laboratory that has one function; to create the p...