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LEGO Back To The Future

Over the past few years LEGO – arguably the greatest toy ever created – has been churning out enough film tie-ins to make most of us film geeks sweat at which ones we’re going to be able to A) buy and B) have room t...
 
 
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Star Wars Trilogy Blu-ray Unboxings

The beloved 9-film Skywalker Saga of Star Wars has been reissued in three incredible trilogy sets, repackaging the previous discs of films and bonus features into charmingly minimalist digi packaging. While I can’t imagine ther...

 
 
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The Batman

Disclaimer: The Batman is a film that will reward repeat viewings down the line, and even without that, there’s a lot here to digest and unpack. These thoughts below are but a brief, immediate response to the film. As Nir...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mulholland Drive – 20th Anniv. 4K Unboxing

One of the most celebrated and discussed films of all time, David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive is celebrating 20 years with a glorious new 4K UHD set. With unique packaging befitting the surreal masterpiece, this stunning release i...

 
 
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The Guest – 4K Limited Edition Unboxing

Before filmmaker Adam Wingard pitted Godzilla and King Kong against each other in this year’s epic blockbuster, he brought a much more real monster to life in the dark and twisted thriller The Guest. Fronted by a mesmerising pe...
 
 
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Halloween Kills

There’s no denying John Carpenter’s Halloween is one of the finest and most iconic films in the horror genre, while also arguably the definitive slasher film. But as with Freddy Krueger, Jason Vorhees and Chucky, Halloween’s Mi...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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The Many Saints of Newark

David Chase’s seminal HBO series The Sopranos needs no introduction. Since its iconic final moments aired in the summer of 2007, fans have begged for more, and long-gestating rumours of a film have only built that hype. Now, 14...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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#FrightFest2021: No Man of God

Another day, another Ted Bundy movie. In a year that brings not one but two more cinematic portrayals of the self-described “most cold-hearted son of a bitch you’ll ever meet”, how can No Man of God possibly bring anythin...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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All About Eve – Criterion Unboxing

In Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s devastatingly witty Hollywood classic, backstage is where the real drama plays out. One night, Margo Channing (Bette Davis) entertains a surprise dressing-room visitor: her most adoring fan, the shy, w...