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Ugetsu by James-Masaki Ryan (20th January 2017)

“Ugetsu” 「雨月物語」 (1953) It was the year 1776 when Japanese author Akinari Ueda first published his collection of nine supernatural tales under the title “Ugetsu Monogatari” or literally translated, “Tales of the Rain and Moon”. The themes and stories were based on older Chinese folktales originating from the Ming Dynasty, with changes to fit the Japanese culture and time period. Nearly 150 years later with the advent of cinema, literary works were frequently adapted to film such as “The 47 Ronin” - the most frequently adapted story in Japanese cinema, television, and theater. Strangely, the stories from “Ugetsu Monogatari” were not even though the stories were quite well known even 150 years after publication. The first known adaptation was 1921’s “Jasei no in” based on the second story of the book of the same title, directed by Hollywood born Japanese filmmaker Thomas Kurihara. The film is sadly lost. In 195...


The Good Neighbor by James-Masaki Ryan (18th January 2017)

“The Good Neighbor” (2016) Ethan (played by Logan Miller) and Sean (played by Kier Gilchrist) are high school students that have intricately planned out a social experiment / prank on an unsuspecting neighbor. Using surveillance equipment and remote triggers, the plan is to install the mechanisms within their neighbor’s house over a period of a few days to see if the neighbor would start believing in ghosts. Ethan has the set planned out while Sean is the technical ability. Their neighbor is Harold Grainey (played by James Caan) - a grumpy elderly neighbor across the street. He has frequently yelled at Ethan and other kids, poisoned a dog in the past for coming on to his yard, and as Ethan has said beat his wife and deserves to be pranked. Grainey has a daily regiment and the experiment is if any of his usual deeds would deviate from the norm with the pranks set up. They have installed mini motors to make his screen door slam without wind, make a window crack on cue, or have his electricity cut on and off remotely. While Ethan ...


Goat by Eric Cotenas (16th January 2017)

Visiting his big brother Brett (singer Nick Jonas) at college, high school senior Brad (The Book Thief's Ben Schnetzer) leaves a party early and is asked to give a lift to two guys who claim to have been at the party. Directed out into the middle of nowhere, Brad is brutally beaten and has his car stolen. The investigation goes nowhere as Brad is unable to describe his attackers and the police find the circumstances by which he came to give the assailants a ride suspicious. Rarely straying outside of his bedroom for the remainder of the summer, Brad broods over the damage done to his face and why he did not fight back. Although he initially considers blowing off the semester despite being accepted, Brett changes his mind after Brett drags him to a lake party where the guys admire his battle scars and love interest Leah (Project Almanac's Virginia Gardner) seems to encoura...


Body Melt by James-Masaki Ryan (15th January 2017)

“Body Melt” (1993) The peaceful suburban residential area of Pebbles Court in Homesville, Melbourne, is an average place with seemingly normal people. The Noble family (played by Adrian Wright, Jillian Murray, Ben Guerens, and Amanda Douge) are a family of four who are ready to go on a family trip to a relaxation spa resort. Cheryl Rand (played by Lisa McCune) and Brian Rand (played by Brett Climo) are a married couple expecting their first child very soon. Sal Ciccone (played by Nicholas Politis) and Gino Argento (played by Maurie Annese) are teens set out on a road trip while their parents are out of town, and their goal is to head to a sperm bank for donations. Paul Matthews (played by William McInnes) is a single man in his thirties who is takin...


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Blu-ray) by Noor Razzak (11th January 2017)

When it was announced back in 2013 that Michael Bay was producing a new live action film based on Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's popular comic book "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" there was almost a universal sigh of defeat. Fans of the turtles where certainly ready for a new movie, just not one that involves Michael Bay. Director Jonathan Liebesman was attached and the project got somewhat palatable, not not by much. Images started to leak of the newly designed teenagers, some fans liked it while others thought it over-designed and too busy. I'm in the latter camp. The trailer didn't do much to satiate fans, but upon release the film certainly had a fun feel to it. It was very flawed, too slick in its music video-esque execution. It was a new extreme turtles for a newer, younger fan base. I challenge anyone to find an original fan that actually loved it. It was passable at best and the film did well enough to at least warrant a sequel and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows" was p...


Fright Night by Charlie & Tex (10th January 2017)

Well, after years of ridiculously high prices on Ebay and inferior imports from various countries, the seminal 1985 classic Fright Night finally gets not only a UK release on Blu-ray, but one which makes the rest look anaemic by comparison. Loaded with more enticing goodies than the Child-Catcher’s van, it also boasts the definitive transfer in both picture and sound. That’s what the faithful have come to read, now what of the movie itself? Back in the early 80s, former actor turned writer Tom Holland wanted to take his career a step further into the director’s chair, and armed with a script with the premise of being a modern take on an old classic - referring to as “the boy who cried werewolf” - he and producer Herb Jaffe wanted to bring the vampire genre away from the period gothic which had brought about its own demise and into not only the present day, but into your very neighbourhood. With a dynamite cast, witty script, elaborate special effects, bitchin’ music and superb production design, Fright Night was not only a mirror of its time, but a classic of the era that endures to this very day - or we wouldn’t be writing this review, would we? Strongly echoing the Hitchcock classic Rear Window, our...


The Great Gilly Hopkins by Eric Cotenas (9th January 2017)

Spunky and angry Tolkien-namesake Galadriel (The Book Thief's Sophie Nélisse), or "Gilly", who after multiple attempts to run away and be reunited with her long-absent mother Courtney (10 Things I Hate About You's Julia Stiles), has been shuffled from one foster home to another and is determined to hate the latest one even though her caseworker Mr. Ellis (Into the Woods' Billy Magnussen) tells her that the next stop will be a teenage facility. Gilly has much to mock in religious and charitable widow Maime Trotter (Misery's Kathy Bates) and her other charge: silent, jumpy, and easily intimidated W.E. (


Klown Forever by Eric Cotenas (9th January 2017)

Five years after Klown, the feature film spin-off of the raunchy Danish sitcom comes Klown Forever reuniting comedians Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen as, respectively, comedian turned middle-class suburbanite Frank and wealthy, oversexed Casper. The pair have grown estranged since their lifestyles diverted with Frank raising a five-year old daughter and newborn son with long-suffering wife Mia (Mia Lyhne), and Casper living it up as a bachelor after the events of the first film destroyed his relationship with Iben (Mifune's Iben Hjejle), mother of his now teenaged daughter Cillie (Simone Colling). With Frank the looming high-profile publication of Frank's book about th...


Morgan by Noor Razzak (9th January 2017)

As science begins to creep ever closer to a future where sentient A.I., cloned humans, and weaponized bio-subjects are a thing of reality, so, too, does the film world continue to explore the potential ramifications of those advancements. Movies wherein a single test subject is created by a room of lab coats, only to then turn on its maker(s) and show the downside to playing god by annihilating everyone have been a popular sci-fi subject for some time. The latest in this exploratory subgenre comes from Luke Scott, son of famed director Ridley Scott. No doubt making full use of his father’s clout, the younger Scott has the coffers of Fox Studios at his disposal to make his feature debut. Given his father’s prestige it would be reasonable to expect something within the trademark Ridley Scott wheelhouse, though the reality is this is yet another slick, well-produced dud that limps along thanks to a story that hardly gets going before it’s finished. After an accident involving a test subject at a high-end research facility, the company in charge of the experiment sends in risk assessment s...


Black Christmas: Collector's Edition by Anthony Arrigo (9th January 2017)

There is only one Bob Clark Christmas movie I watch each year and it doesn’t feature Ralphie and his Red Ryder fantasies. The endurance of Clark’s 1974 legendary slasher, “Black Christmas”, can be chalked up to a number of factors but the greatest is this: it is a disturbing film. I frequently come across horror message board topics asking for genuinely scary titles devoid of jump scares and excessive gore, but oddly enough “Black Christmas” doesn’t get many mentions. Maybe because it has been relegated to the “seasonal viewing only” heap? Regardless, fans will agree that the unsettling events portrayed don’t diminish with repeat viewings; if anything, subsequent watching serves to reinforce that it is a standout among a sea of imitators. The film is also a noted influence on John Carpenter’s “Halloween” (1978) – arguably the granddaddy of slasher films – adding a bit of prestige to its legacy. The girls of Pi Kappa Sig are throwing a holiday party before the Christmas break when, toward the end of the night, they receive a phone call from a man they’ve been calling “The Moan...


Phantasm: Ravager by Anthony Arrigo (9th January 2017)

I just watched “Phantasm: Ravager” (2016). That’s a sentence I’ll likely never say again. There are a couple of salient reasons why this fifth – and, sadly, final – entry in Don Coscarelli’s “Phantasm” series is a disastrous mess; chief among them being the decision to hand directorial duties over to David Hartman, a guy who has directed nothing but Saturday morning cartoons. What a director has produced in the past is not always indicative of their talents for future work, but I really don’t think the time to prove Hartman’s worth was for a much-anticipated entry in a long running horror series – one that has been helmed by the same man since 1979. To be fair, “Ravager” did start life as a web series devoted to following Reggie Bannister’s wandering ice cream salesman with no real plans to make it a feature. Coscarelli says he was with the project from the beginning, but I’ve heard differently… Whatever the case, the real issue is that the transition from wannabe-webthing to legit feature film sequel was clearly rough. A fan service webisode is one thing – since they’re never expec...


Girl Asleep by James-Masaki Ryan (4th January 2017)

“Girl Asleep” (2015) Greta Driscoll (played by Bethany Whitmore) is going through a lot of changes in her life. Her family has just moved to a new town and so she doesn’t have any friends at school, but as she is an introvert she is not necessarily looking for friends or acquaintances. Her father (played by Matthew Whittet) is a carpet salesman - a scrawny fellow who is more into dirty jokes and pretending to be hip but is basically not cool at all. Her mother (played by Amber McMahon) also tries to look and act younger than she is, being fashionable and caring about her body quite rigorously. As for her older sister Genevieve (played by Imogen Archer she is on the rebellious side - embracing the pacifist hippy culture while hanging out with her extremely laidback boyfriend Adam (played by Eamon Farren. At her new middle school, the first person to make conversation with her is the awkwardly shy but well meaning Elliot (played by


Phantasm: Remastered by Anthony Arrigo (3rd January 2017)

There is no horror series as ambitious and enigmatic as Don Coscarelli’s “Phantasm”. Beginning with the original “Phantasm” in 1979, the series has spawned four sequels – the most recent, “Phantasm: Ravager”, seeing release just this year – and yet "phans" will agree we are no closer to answers now than we were nearly 40 years ago. Odds are Coscarelli never planned for such a long, confounding journey when he undertook the job of writing, shooting, editing, co-producing, and directing his first horror feature. It was only meant to be an auspicious stepping stone into the greater world of Hollywood; instead, it became his legacy. Unlike the films of horror’s A-list icons – Freddy, Jason, Michael, Leatherface – the “Phantasm” films can be watched ad nauseum and scrutinized with extreme care, yet the events unfolding still won’t be any clearer. It rewards with each viewing because it is a great film and it challenges audiences to THINK long after the credits have stopped. What is real? What is illusory? That is the true genius of “Phantasm”. After the death of their friend Tommy (Bill Cone), longtime buds Jody (


The Sea of Trees by Eric Cotenas (29th December 2016)

Adjunct physics professor Arthur Brennan (The Dallas Buyer's Club's Matthew McConaughey) boards a plane to Tokyo without baggage (luggage, that is) and no return ticket. Walking deep into the Aokigahara Forest (the titular "sea of trees" better known as "the suicide forest"), he finds a scenic view where he sits down to swallow some pills next to a package addressed to his wife Joan. His attempt at a quiet, peaceful suicide is interrupted by the cries of disheveled and injured man Takumi (Letters from Iwo Jima's Ken Watanabe) stumbling through the forest. Takumi tells Arthur that he wants to go home. Arthur points him in the direction of the trail leading back to the car park but he is seemingly unable to find it without help. When drowsy Arthur attempts to walk Takumi to the park exit, he too discovers that he can no longer find the trail. Takumi's seeming concern for Arthur's state of health annoys him and has Arthur pointedly ask...


Aimless Bullet AKA Obaltan by James-Masaki Ryan (29th December 2016)

“Aimless Bullet” <오발탄 / 誤發彈> (1961) Cheolho (played by Kim Jin-kyu) has an extremely difficult life. His job as an accountant is not enough to pay the bills for his household. His mother (played by Noh Jae-sin) is mentally suffering from delusions of post war stress, he has two young children who are not getting proper education, and a pregnant wife (played by Moon Jung-suk), and they are all living in a dilapidated house in the ghetto. On top of that, his younger sister Myeongsuk (played by Seo Ae-ja) and his younger brother Yeongho (played by Choi Moo-ryung) are also having problems. Myeonsuk is having difficulty making ends meet and starts looking toward prostitution to catch the eyes of American GIs. Yeongho is a Korean War vet, who along with his old platoon members is having difficulty finding work in the new South Korea. Cheolho’s mental anguish of trying to...


The Ouija Possession by Eric Cotenas (26th December 2016)

In my review of his film debut Jonah Lives, I wrote that if it were "a more ambitious film, it would be easy to write off; but hopefully on the basis of its few modest accomplishments, it might portend a more interesting follow-up from Luis Carvalho." The Ouija Possession is not Carvalho's follow-up feature; rather, it is distributor Wild Eye Releasing's cheeky retitling of Jonah Lives to cash in on the Ouija board horror "craze"... actually, the DTV cash-in craze since both studio entries Ouija and Ouija: Origin of Evil have been non-starters among all but PG-13 theater-goers. Not looking forward to yet another Friday night in his basement with his friends – girlfriend Barbara (Jocelyn Padilla), her blunt friend Lydia (Nicole Lasala) and her boyfriend Tony (


League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (The) by Matthew Crossman (26th December 2016)

The film opens with Jeremy Dyson (Michael Sheen) speaking to the other writer's of 'The League of Gentlemen' on the telephone telling them that he wants to write another series of the residents of Royston Vasey (the fictional town where The League of Gentlemen is set). The other three writers of the series shoot down his suggestions saying that they do not want to write another series wishing, instead, to write different things. Dyson hangs up the phone but is then confronted in his home by characters from the series. Fleeing the characters Dyson runs outside and ends up falling off a cliff. In Royston Vasey the vicar of the local church, Beatrice Woodall (Reece Shearsmith) gathers fellow town folk Pauline Campbell-Jones (Steve Pemberton) and vet Mr Chinnery (Mark Gatiss) to show them a series of paintings on the walls of the basement of the church. The paintings suggest a series of events, all of which have come to pass recently, with the final outcome being an apocalypse being rained down on the town of Royston Vasey, finally destroying it. Woodall explains to the other two that the only option to avoid the town, and all of it's residents being destroyed, is to send a party of residents through a door which will take them into t...


Baked in Brooklyn by Eric Cotenas (23rd December 2016)

"Based on an unfictional story," Baked in Brooklyn depicts the belated coming-of-age of David Shapiro (Silicon Valley's Josh Brener), the first generation American college-educated son of Russian immigrants (Brewster's Millions' Tovah Feldshuh and The Deer Hunter's Joe Grifasi) who finds himself paying his dues at a boring corporate consultancy job, numbing his boredom with hallucinogens, partying on the weekend, and writing a music blog on the side. No sooner does David meet and fall for unpaid law firm intern Kate (Texas Chainsaw 3D's Alexandra Daddario) and offer to let her move in with him and roommates Joe (


Florence Foster Jenkins by Eric Cotenas (23rd December 2016)

Founder of the Verdi Club in which she participated in various musical tableaux such as "Oh, Susanna" composer Stephen Foster's "Angel of Inspiration" or as Brünnhilde in "Ride of the Valkyries" – in between Shakespearean monologues by her common law husband St. Clair Bayfield (Four Weddings and a Funeral's Hugh Grant) – for an audience of high society fawners, New York socialite and benefactress to musicians Florence Foster Jenkins (A Cry in the Dark's Meryl Streep) is greatly moved by a performance by Lily Pons with the NBC Symphonic Orchestra to take up voice lessons. Although young pianist and budding composer Cosme McMoon (The Big Bang Theory's Simon Helberg) is initially content to take the one hundred-and-fifty dollar weekly salary to accompany the tone deaf patron through daily lesso...


Guyver AKA The Guyver AKA Mutronics (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (19th December 2016)

The Guyver AKA (Screaming Mad George and Steve Wang, 1991) An employee of the sinister Chronos Corporation, Dr Tetsu Segawa (Greg Paik) is on the run from his employers after discovering the ‘Unit’ – an alien device which, when triggered by a human, will transform into a suit of ‘bio-boosted armour’ and lead to its wearer becoming the Guyver, a cosmic superhero. The Chronos Corporation is desperate to get its hands on this device, sending its agents, Zoanoids (humans capable of transforming into monsters) led by Lisker (Michael Berryman), to kill Segawa and capture the Unit. Lisker and his crew transform into Zoanoids in order to confront Segawa, Lisker killing Segawa in a brutal manner. Unaware that Segawa has secreted the Unit in a lunchbox near the scene, Lisker returns to the head of the Chronos Corporation, Fulton Balcus (David Gale), with the briefcase that Segawa was carrying – only for it to be revealed that the brief...


Rabid: Collector's Edition by Anthony Arrigo (18th December 2016)

Is it just me or does anyone else feel a twinge of embarrassment when you have a favorite director, someone you fervently follow, yet you haven’t watched all of their films? Maybe it’s the OCD in me but if I am passionate about a director’s work then I want to see everything they have made. Who knows what little-seen gems are lurking in their back catalog? David Cronenberg has been one of my top must-see directors for a very long time yet recently, with the arrival of Scream Factory’s glorious new Blu-ray, I was forced to come to the realization that I had not seen “Rabid” (1977) – this despite owning a copy on DVD for the better part of a decade. Cronenberg is the king of body horror, and his early work is among his most celebrated (because it’s f**king awesome), so I have no legitimate excuse for snoozing on this one. Having now seen the film – in a stunning 2K remaster – that embarrassment is only compounded because, of course, it’s another early achievement in his long career. If there’s any silver lining, it’s that my delayed gratification made the eventual viewing that much sweeter being able to experience old Cronenberg like it was new again. It’s like being a fan of


Dead Ringers: Collector's Edition by Anthony Arrigo (18th December 2016)

There have been few directors who are able to blend horrors both visceral and cerebral as well as David Cronenberg – really, no one can do it as he does. Those infamous bursts of hyper-violence are shocking as much for their unexpected arrival as they are for unbridled grotesquerie. Early in his career Cronenberg was more overt with elements of horror, but post-“The Fly” (1986) his output began to rely less on gut-churning gross out gags and more on the psychological. There has always been a certain elegance to his bloodletting, too, which is why in many ways “Dead Ringers” (1988) is the quintessential Cronenberg picture. Focusing on twin gynaecologists who are as similar as they are different, the movie is underpinned by veritable horror despite being presented as more highbrow fare. The film is loosely based on Bari Wood’s novel “Twins”, which is based on the true-life story of Stewart and Cyril Marcus, twin gynaecologists who lived in New York City and died under mysterious circumstances at the age of 45. Classic Cronenberg elements seep into the picture at unexpected...


Alien 2: On Earth AKA Alien 2 - Sulla Terra by James-Masaki Ryan (16th December 2016)

“Alien 2: On Earth” / “Alien 2 - Sulla Terra” (1980) In 1979, Twentieth Century Fox unleashed the film “Alien” to the world mixing horror with science fiction to a worldwide audience. The film was an instant smash and cemented the careers of actress Sigourney Weaver and director Ridley Scott among others involved in the production. Along with “Star Wars” from a few years prior there was an instant demand for similarly themed science fiction and productions of knockoffs and inspired films followed. Mass mainstream fans were not exactly satisfied and had to wait until 1986 when “Aliens” was released by Fox, and directed by James Cameron. But for some unsuspecting audiences, they had already seen the second Alien film, back in 1980 - “Alien 2: On Earth”. Wait, how was there a second Alien film in 1980 when everyone knows ...


The Quiet Earth by Eric Cotenas (14th December 2016)

"How easy to believe in the common good when that belief is rewarded with status, wealth, and power," cries Zac Hobson (Smash Palace's Bruno Lawrence) to an esteemed audience of cardboard cutouts ranging from Winston Churchill to Margaret Thatcher to Adolf Hitler during his acceptance speech as president of "this quiet earth." A sober eighties post-apocalyptic alternative to the likes of Brian Trenchard-Smith's admittedly entertaining Ozploitationer Dead End Drive-in, the New Zealand-lensed The Quiet Earth – from the novel by Craig Harrison – was lost amidst the glut of more expensive or cheaper but more exploitative examples of the sub-genre in the eighties. This is regrettable since the film proves to be one of the more thoughtful and humanistic examples of a post-apocalyptic film, eschewing mutants, aliens, and vast destroyed landscapes for the inner devasta...


Kids Return by James-Masaki Ryan (13th December 2016)

“Kids Return” 「キッズ・リターン」(1996) Masaru (played by Ken Kaneko) and Shinji (played by Masanobu Ando) are high school students without a care in the world. They frequently skip class and fool around, but when they actually go to class they are busier throwing things and stealing money from weaker classmates. There are no authority figures in their lives - as the teachers could care less for them and their parents are never seen. But then one day one of the bullied classmates brings a tougher older brother to confront Masaru in Shinji. With the older brother having some boxing skills, he takes out Shinji with some simple punches to teach him a lesson. Distraught and weakened, Shinji decides to get some training for revenge - by taking up boxing at a local boxing club, and having Masaru also join in. While the two are training and still getting into random trouble, their lives start to move in differing directions. After they encounter a yakuza boss at a ramen restaurant, Shinji becomes in awe of the yakuza gang...


Never Open the Door by Eric Cotenas (12th December 2016)

An already tense Thanksgiving dinner at a house in the woods hosted by authoritarian Luke (Mike Wood) and expectant wife Maria (Deborah Venegas) is disrupted by sudden banging on the door. "Hack-em-off" veterinarian Tess (The Haunting of Alice D's Jessica Sonneborn) makes the mistake of answering the door and being spattered with blood by a dying stranger (Steven Richards) who expires after the cryptic warning "Never open the door!" When jerky Terrence's (George Troester) suggestion that the man's blood could be carrying a contagion sends Tess running off to the showers, Luke's suggestion that the whole thing is a prank by the locals and that they should get on with dinner is met with incredulous reactions by his wife and betrothed guests Isaac (Matt Aidan) and Angel (


Joshy by Eric Cotenas (12th December 2016)

Four months after the abrupt end of his engagement – brought about by his fiancée Rachel's (an odd cameo by Community's Alison Brie) suicide – Joshy (Silicon Valley's Thomas Middleditch) has invited his friends to take advantage of the house they rented for his bachelor party since the deposit is nonrefundable. The turnout is rather uninspiring, consisting of suburban dad Ari (The Mindy Project's Adam Pally), buzzkill business partner Adam (Queen of Earth writer/director Alex Ross Perry), and one of Joshy's apartment building acquaintances Eric (Adult Beginners'...


Cohen & Tate (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (10th December 2016)

Cohen & Tate (Eric Red, 1988) Nine year old Travis Knight (Harley Cross), a witness to a mob hit, is with his family in protective custody. The Knights are being kept in a farmhouse in Muskogee, guarded by three FBI agents. However, it seems that one of the FBI agents, George (Marco Perella), has betrayed the Knights, giving their location to the mob. When George flees, the remaining two FBI agents become suspicious – as do Travis’ parents. During the evening meal, Travis’ dog Biggy runs from the house; Travis follows his beloved pet. Worried for his son’s life, Travis’ father (Cooper Huckabee) attempts to follow but is stopped by the FBI agent guarding the Knights. Meanwhile, the FBI agent guarding the outside of the house is shown to have been killed. As Travis searches outside for Biggy, hired killers Cohen (Roy Scheider) and Tate (Adam Baldwin) storm the farmhouse. Using a high powered shotgun, Tate kills the remaining FBI agent and sh...


The Man from Hong Kong by James-Masaki Ryan (9th December 2016)

“The Man from Hong Kong” (1975) A drug deal taking place at Ayer’s Rock has turned into an international criminal case when a Chinese man named Chan (played by Sammo Hung) is arrested, so Hong Kong police inspector Fang Sing Ling (played by Jimmy Wang Yu) must come to Australia to investigate. He meets inspector Taylor (played by Roger Ward) and Sergeant Grosse (played by Hugh Keays-Byrne) at the airport who are to guide him around Australia to talk to Chan and find answers on who he was working and for which organization. But Fang does not play by the rules. Force by martial arts rather than the gun and badge is how he gets things done, which causes mass mayhem in restaurants, on the streets, and anywhere down under. But when all leads point to Jack Wilton (played by George Lazenby), everyone tells him that Wilton is untouchable and too powerful to bring down. But what’s that to stop Fang? Though Wilton is also a master of martial arts ...


Skiptrace by Eric Cotenas (8th December 2016)

Helmed nondescriptly by former blockbuster director Renny Harlin – whose downhill slide began with re-making Paul Schrader's middling Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist into the disaster that was Exorcist: The Beginning – the latest Jackie Chan vehicle Skiptrace is somewhat of a Rush Hour-redux (the Shanghai Noon films having long since been forgotten) with fast-talking smartass Knoxville replacing Chris Tucker – while also replacing intended co-lead The Rundown's Seann William Scott – ...


TECHNICAL REVIEWS
Young Pope (The) (TV) by Samuel Scott (10th January 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** His religion is revolution. Lenny Belardo, aka Pius XIII, is the first American Pope in history. Young and charming, his election might seem the result of a simple and effective media strategy by the College of Cardinals. But, as we know, appearances can be deceptive. Especially in the place and among the people who have chosen the great mystery of God as the guiding light of their existence. That place is the Vatican and those people are the leaders of the Catholic Church. And the most mysterious and contradictory figure of all turns out to be Pius XIII himself. Shrewd and naive, old-fashioned and very modern, doubtful and resolute, ironic, pedantic, hurt and ruthless, Pius XIII tries to walk the long path of human loneliness to find a God for mankind. And for himself....


Happy Birthday to Me by Samuel Scott (5th January 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Six of the most bizarre murders you will ever see. Popular high school senior Virginia Wainwright (Melissa Sue Anderson) survives a freak accident, but suffers from memory loss and traumatic blackouts. As she attempts to resume a normal life, something terrible is happening - her friends are being ruthlessly murdered one by one. But will she be the next victim or is she the killer? Director J. Lee Thompson's classic shocker was made during the period before the horror genre drenched itself in irony and self-reflexivity, and instead revels in the effective staging of the terrifying set-pieces which drive it towards its climax. Pray you're not invited....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 1 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 8 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 7 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 6 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 5 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 4 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 3 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


Magnum, P.I.: Season 2 (TV) by Rick Curzon (26th December 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Vietnam veteran Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) leaves the Navy to take up position as a private eye and security advisor to famous author Robin Masters in the cultural melting pot of 1980's Oahu, Hawaii. He is soon living the high life with Master's beachfront mansion and Ferrari, but soon the idyll is not all it seems and Magnum is drawn into the island's underworld. An impressive 130 hours of television across 157 episodes over 8 seasons of groundbreaking and unconventional storytelling, join Magnum for a thrill ride of explosive action and frantic chases in the unforgettable Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® winning series, now available fully restored and in high definition for the first time....


10 Rillington Place by Samuel Scott (23rd November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** What happened to Ena and Geraldine and Beryl and Muriel and Rita and Ethel at 10 Rillington Place? This classic British chiller is the horrifying true story of serial killer John Christie, played to unnerving effect by Richard Attenborough. When Timothy Evans (John Hurt) and his wife (Judy Geeson) rent a tiny room in Christie’s terraced house, they are unaware that they have sealed their fates and that they will fall foul of Christie's perverse and murderous scheme. Shot in the original street where Christie's crimes were perpetrated, Richard Fleischer's stark, unsensational depiction uses exteriors from the actual house as part of its grim recreation of the events....


To Sir, with Love by Samuel Scott (22nd November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** A story as fresh as the girls in their minis. . .and as tough as the kids from London's East End! Sidney Poitier gives one of his finest performances as Thackeray, an out-of-work engineer who decides to try his hand at teaching, only to be faced with a class full of unruly teens (including Christian Roberts, Judy Geeson, Suzy Kendall and Lulu) intent on breaking his spirit. But Thackeray, no stranger to hostility, meets the challenge by treating the students as young adults. When offered an engineering job, Thackeray must decide if he wants to stay....


Guess Who's Coming to Dinner by Samuel Scott (21st November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** A love story of today. Stanley Kramer's landmark study of racial prejudice stars the ace comic duo of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn as perplexed parents. When Joanna (Katharine Houghton) returns home with her new fiancé John Prentice (Sidney Poitier), a distinguished black doctor, her mother accepts her daughter's decision, but her father is shocked by the prospect of the interracial union. With the doctor's parents equally dismayed, both families must meet to explore the limits of their intolerance....


Incredible Hulk (The): Season 1 (TV) by Rick Curzon (20th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” Mild-mannered research scientist David Banner (Emmy® nominee Bill Bixby) finds he must offer this heroic warning after exposure to gamma radiation transforms him into the terrifying and enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Bursting from the Marvel comic book pages into this fully restored and in high definition 16-disc Blu-ray set, The Complete Collection of The Incredible Hulk boasts every episode from all 5 seasons and includes the two original feature-length films and some awesome bonus material....


Incredible Hulk (The): Season 2 (TV) by Rick Curzon (20th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” Mild-mannered research scientist David Banner (Emmy® nominee Bill Bixby) finds he must offer this heroic warning after exposure to gamma radiation transforms him into the terrifying and enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Bursting from the Marvel comic book pages into this fully restored and in high definition 16-disc Blu-ray set, The Complete Collection of The Incredible Hulk boasts every episode from all 5 seasons and includes the two original feature-length films and some awesome bonus material....


Incredible Hulk (The): Season 3 (TV) by Rick Curzon (20th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” Mild-mannered research scientist David Banner (Emmy® nominee Bill Bixby) finds he must offer this heroic warning after exposure to gamma radiation transforms him into the terrifying and enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Bursting from the Marvel comic book pages into this fully restored and in high definition 16-disc Blu-ray set, The Complete Collection of The Incredible Hulk boasts every episode from all 5 seasons and includes the two original feature-length films and some awesome bonus material....


Incredible Hulk (The): Season 4 (TV) by Rick Curzon (20th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” Mild-mannered research scientist David Banner (Emmy® nominee Bill Bixby) finds he must offer this heroic warning after exposure to gamma radiation transforms him into the terrifying and enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Bursting from the Marvel comic book pages into this fully restored and in high definition 16-disc Blu-ray set, The Complete Collection of The Incredible Hulk boasts every episode from all 5 seasons and includes the two original feature-length films and some awesome bonus material....


Incredible Hulk (The): Season 5 (TV) by Rick Curzon (20th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” Mild-mannered research scientist David Banner (Emmy® nominee Bill Bixby) finds he must offer this heroic warning after exposure to gamma radiation transforms him into the terrifying and enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Bursting from the Marvel comic book pages into this fully restored and in high definition 16-disc Blu-ray set, The Complete Collection of The Incredible Hulk boasts every episode from all 5 seasons and includes the two original feature-length films and some awesome bonus material....


Miami Vice: Season 1 (TV) by Rick Curzon (7th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The pulse and the rhythm of a glamorous resort is juxtaposed against the steamy haunts of the drug underworld in this groundbreaking action series now fully restored and in high definition on Blu-ray. Two cops from different backgrounds - street-smart New Yorker ‘Rico Tubbs’ (Philip Michael Thomas) and stubble-faced southerner ‘Sonny Crockett’ (Don Johnson) – team up to take on Miami’s underworld. Enjoy all 111 episodes from all 5 seasons of this ground-breaking series, with an array of guest stars including Michael Madsen, Jimmy Smits, Bruce Willis, Keith Szarabajka, Glenn Frey, John Tuturro, Ving Rhames, Pam Grier, Gene Simmons, Michael Bay, Frank Zappa, Bianca Jagger, Ted Nugent, Frankie Valli, Phil Collins, Eartha Kitt, Emo Philips, Leonard Cohen, Little Richard, Helena Bonham Carter, Melanie Griffith, Jeroen Krabbe. Liam Neeson, Willie Nelson, Bill Paxton, Brad Dourif, Benicio Del Toro, Annette Bening, George Takei, Viggo Mortensen, Laurence Fishburne, Lou Diamond Phillips, Steve Buscemi, Wesley Snipes, the 'Godfather of Soul' James ...


Miami Vice: Season 2 (TV) by Rick Curzon (7th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The pulse and the rhythm of a glamorous resort is juxtaposed against the steamy haunts of the drug underworld in this groundbreaking action series now fully restored and in high definition on Blu-ray. Two cops from different backgrounds - street-smart New Yorker ‘Rico Tubbs’ (Philip Michael Thomas) and stubble-faced southerner ‘Sonny Crockett’ (Don Johnson) – team up to take on Miami’s underworld. Enjoy all 111 episodes from all 5 seasons of this ground-breaking series, with an array of guest stars including Michael Madsen, Jimmy Smits, Bruce Willis, Keith Szarabajka, Glenn Frey, John Tuturro, Ving Rhames, Pam Grier, Gene Simmons, Michael Bay, Frank Zappa, Bianca Jagger, Ted Nugent, Frankie Valli, Phil Collins, Eartha Kitt, Emo Philips, Leonard Cohen, Little Richard, Helena Bonham Carter, Melanie Griffith, Jeroen Krabbe. Liam Neeson, Willie Nelson, Bill Paxton, Brad Dourif, Benicio Del Toro, Annette Bening, George Takei, Viggo Mortensen, Laurence Fishburne, Lou Diamond Phillips, Steve Buscemi, Wesley Snipes, the 'Godfather of Soul' James ...


Miami Vice: Season 3 (TV) by Rick Curzon (7th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The pulse and the rhythm of a glamorous resort is juxtaposed against the steamy haunts of the drug underworld in this groundbreaking action series now fully restored and in high definition on Blu-ray. Two cops from different backgrounds - street-smart New Yorker ‘Rico Tubbs’ (Philip Michael Thomas) and stubble-faced southerner ‘Sonny Crockett’ (Don Johnson) – team up to take on Miami’s underworld. Enjoy all 111 episodes from all 5 seasons of this ground-breaking series, with an array of guest stars including Michael Madsen, Jimmy Smits, Bruce Willis, Keith Szarabajka, Glenn Frey, John Tuturro, Ving Rhames, Pam Grier, Gene Simmons, Michael Bay, Frank Zappa, Bianca Jagger, Ted Nugent, Frankie Valli, Phil Collins, Eartha Kitt, Emo Philips, Leonard Cohen, Little Richard, Helena Bonham Carter, Melanie Griffith, Jeroen Krabbe. Liam Neeson, Willie Nelson, Bill Paxton, Brad Dourif, Benicio Del Toro, Annette Bening, George Takei, Viggo Mortensen, Laurence Fishburne, Lou Diamond Phillips, Steve Buscemi, Wesley Snipes, the 'Godfather of Soul' James ...


Miami Vice: Season 4 (TV) by Rick Curzon (7th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The pulse and the rhythm of a glamorous resort is juxtaposed against the steamy haunts of the drug underworld in this groundbreaking action series now fully restored and in high definition on Blu-ray. Two cops from different backgrounds - street-smart New Yorker ‘Rico Tubbs’ (Philip Michael Thomas) and stubble-faced southerner ‘Sonny Crockett’ (Don Johnson) – team up to take on Miami’s underworld. Enjoy all 111 episodes from all 5 seasons of this ground-breaking series, with an array of guest stars including Michael Madsen, Jimmy Smits, Bruce Willis, Keith Szarabajka, Glenn Frey, John Tuturro, Ving Rhames, Pam Grier, Gene Simmons, Michael Bay, Frank Zappa, Bianca Jagger, Ted Nugent, Frankie Valli, Phil Collins, Eartha Kitt, Emo Philips, Leonard Cohen, Little Richard, Helena Bonham Carter, Melanie Griffith, Jeroen Krabbe. Liam Neeson, Willie Nelson, Bill Paxton, Brad Dourif, Benicio Del Toro, Annette Bening, George Takei, Viggo Mortensen, Laurence Fishburne, Lou Diamond Phillips, Steve Buscemi, Wesley Snipes, the 'Godfather of Soul' James ...


Miami Vice: Season 5 (TV) by Rick Curzon (7th November 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The pulse and the rhythm of a glamorous resort is juxtaposed against the steamy haunts of the drug underworld in this groundbreaking action series now fully restored and in high definition on Blu-ray. Two cops from different backgrounds - street-smart New Yorker ‘Rico Tubbs’ (Philip Michael Thomas) and stubble-faced southerner ‘Sonny Crockett’ (Don Johnson) – team up to take on Miami’s underworld. Enjoy all 111 episodes from all 5 seasons of this ground-breaking series, with an array of guest stars including Michael Madsen, Jimmy Smits, Bruce Willis, Keith Szarabajka, Glenn Frey, John Tuturro, Ving Rhames, Pam Grier, Gene Simmons, Michael Bay, Frank Zappa, Bianca Jagger, Ted Nugent, Frankie Valli, Phil Collins, Eartha Kitt, Emo Philips, Leonard Cohen, Little Richard, Helena Bonham Carter, Melanie Griffith, Jeroen Krabbe. Liam Neeson, Willie Nelson, Bill Paxton, Brad Dourif, Benicio Del Toro, Annette Bening, George Takei, Viggo Mortensen, Laurence Fishburne, Lou Diamond Phillips, Steve Buscemi, Wesley Snipes, the 'Godfather of Soul' James ...


Knight Rider: Season 1 (TV) by Rick Curzon (30th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Gear up for action with superstar David Hasselhoff and his supercar, K.I.T.T., as they throttle crime in all 90 high-octane episodes of Knight Rider now fully restored and in hi-definition. The series follows the thrilling adventures of Michael Knight, a detective thought to be dead, who’d been given a new face and identity. His assignment to fight crime with the help of an artificially intelligent, talking car named K.I.T.T., a high-speed, futuristic weapon outfitted with high-tech gadgets and a personality of its own. Driven by justice, they set out to take- down criminals who operate above the law....


Knight Rider: Season 2 (TV) by Rick Curzon (30th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Gear up for action with superstar David Hasselhoff and his supercar, K.I.T.T., as they throttle crime in all 90 high-octane episodes of Knight Rider now fully restored and in hi-definition. The series follows the thrilling adventures of Michael Knight, a detective thought to be dead, who’d been given a new face and identity. His assignment to fight crime with the help of an artificially intelligent, talking car named K.I.T.T., a high-speed, futuristic weapon outfitted with high-tech gadgets and a personality of its own. Driven by justice, they set out to take- down criminals who operate above the law....


Knight Rider: Season 3 (TV) by Rick Curzon (30th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Gear up for action with superstar David Hasselhoff and his supercar, K.I.T.T., as they throttle crime in all 90 high-octane episodes of Knight Rider now fully restored and in hi-definition. The series follows the thrilling adventures of Michael Knight, a detective thought to be dead, who’d been given a new face and identity. His assignment to fight crime with the help of an artificially intelligent, talking car named K.I.T.T., a high-speed, futuristic weapon outfitted with high-tech gadgets and a personality of its own. Driven by justice, they set out to take- down criminals who operate above the law....


Knight Rider: Season 4 (TV) by Rick Curzon (30th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Gear up for action with superstar David Hasselhoff and his supercar, K.I.T.T., as they throttle crime in all 90 high-octane episodes of Knight Rider now fully restored and in hi-definition. The series follows the thrilling adventures of Michael Knight, a detective thought to be dead, who’d been given a new face and identity. His assignment to fight crime with the help of an artificially intelligent, talking car named K.I.T.T., a high-speed, futuristic weapon outfitted with high-tech gadgets and a personality of its own. Driven by justice, they set out to take- down criminals who operate above the law....


Smokey and the Bandit 2 AKA Smokey and the Bandit Ride Again by Samuel Scott (17th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The Bandit is back and better than ever! Burt Reynolds, Sally Field and Jackie Gleason team up again with an all-star cast as a raucous political race results in the comeback of the wild ways of the Bandit (Reynolds). Once again, he's pursued by arch-enemy Sheriff Buford T. Justice (Gleason), who is still madly obsessed with apprehending him. But this time the loot is even bigger - a pregnant elephant. And the risks riskier, the action wilder and the stakes for the winner infinitely higher!...


Body Double by Samuel Scott (15th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Do you like to watch? Brian De Palma The Modern Master of Suspense. Invites you to witness... A Seduction. A Mystery. A Murder....


Christine by Samuel Scott (11th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** She's a killer. She was born in Detroit ... on an automobile assembly line. But she is no ordinary automobile. Deep within her chassis lives an unholy presence. She is CHRISTINE – a red and white Plymouth Fury whose unique standard equipment includes an evil, indestructible vengeance that will destroy anyone in her way. She seduces 17-year-old Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) who becomes consumed with passion for her sleek, rounded, chrome-laden body. She demands his complete and unquestioned devotion and when outsiders seek to interfere, they become the victims of Christine's horrifying wrath....


Now You See Me 2 by Samuel Scott (8th October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** You haven't seen anything yet. Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Dave Franco return to reprise their roles as criminal illusionists in this comedy crime drama. A year on from their last daring heist, The Four Horsemen emerge from hiding to expose the unethical practices of a corrupt tech magnate. Unfortunately for them, they instead find themselves blackmailed into stealing a powerful piece of technology by businessman Walter Mabry (Daniel Radcliffe). Their quest to steal the decrypting device - known as 'The Stick' - takes magicians Danny (Eisenberg), Merritt (Harrelson), Jack (Franco) and their new partner Lula (Lizzy Caplan) across the globe as they try to pull off another elaborate life-or-death illusion, with help from their FBI insider Dylan Rhodes (Mark Ruffalo)....


A-Team (The): Season 1 (TV) by Rick Curzon (3rd October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit, these four commandos escaped from a maximum-security stockade and now survive in the Los Angeles underground as soldiers of fortune. Join B.A, Hannibal, Murdock and Face in all 97 episodes from all 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show, now fully restored and in hi-definition… in this action-packed 22-disc Blu-ray set! So, if you have a problem and there’s no one else who can help, and if you think you can find them, maybe you can hire The A-Team....


A-Team (The): Season 2 (TV) by Rick Curzon (3rd October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit, these four commandos escaped from a maximum-security stockade and now survive in the Los Angeles underground as soldiers of fortune. Join B.A, Hannibal, Murdock and Face in all 97 episodes from all 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show, now fully restored and in hi-definition… in this action-packed 22-disc Blu-ray set! So, if you have a problem and there’s no one else who can help, and if you think you can find them, maybe you can hire The A-Team....


A-Team (The): Season 3 (TV) by Rick Curzon (3rd October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit, these four commandos escaped from a maximum-security stockade and now survive in the Los Angeles underground as soldiers of fortune. Join B.A, Hannibal, Murdock and Face in all 97 episodes from all 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show, now fully restored and in hi-definition… in this action-packed 22-disc Blu-ray set! So, if you have a problem and there’s no one else who can help, and if you think you can find them, maybe you can hire The A-Team....


A-Team (The): Season 4 (TV) by Rick Curzon (3rd October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit, these four commandos escaped from a maximum-security stockade and now survive in the Los Angeles underground as soldiers of fortune. Join B.A, Hannibal, Murdock and Face in all 97 episodes from all 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show, now fully restored and in hi-definition… in this action-packed 22-disc Blu-ray set! So, if you have a problem and there’s no one else who can help, and if you think you can find them, maybe you can hire The A-Team....


A-Team (The): Season 5 (TV) by Rick Curzon (3rd October 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit, these four commandos escaped from a maximum-security stockade and now survive in the Los Angeles underground as soldiers of fortune. Join B.A, Hannibal, Murdock and Face in all 97 episodes from all 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show, now fully restored and in hi-definition… in this action-packed 22-disc Blu-ray set! So, if you have a problem and there’s no one else who can help, and if you think you can find them, maybe you can hire The A-Team....


Joint Account: Series 2 (TV) by Rick Curzon (14th September 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Meet the Braithwaites. Belinda Braithwaite (Hannah Gordon – My Wife Next Door) and David Braithwaite (Peter Egan – Chariots of Fire) enjoy a very unconventional marriage. Belinda works full-time as an outspoken and respected bank manager. David is a ‘stay-at-homeDad’, who likes things the way they are, but when Belinda wants to quit her exhausting job for a simpler life David has other ideas....


Joint Account: Series 1 (TV) by Rick Curzon (14th September 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the show from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** Meet the Braithwaites. Belinda Braithwaite (Hannah Gordon – My Wife Next Door) and David Braithwaite (Peter Egan – Chariots of Fire) enjoy a very unconventional marriage. Belinda works full-time as an outspoken and respected bank manager. David is a ‘stay-at-homeDad’, who likes things the way they are, but when Belinda wants to quit her exhausting job for a simpler life David has other ideas....


Bowfinger by Samuel Scott (14th September 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** ENJOY THE FUN WITH EDDIE MURPHY AND STEVE MARTIN TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HIT COMEDY BOWFINGER. How does Bobby Bowfinger (Steve Martin), Hollywood’s least successful director, get Kit Ramsey (Eddie Murphy), Hollywood’s biggest star, in his ultra low-budget film? Any way he can. With an ingenious scheme and the help of Kit’s eager and nerdy brother Jiff, an ambitious and sexy wannabe (Heather Graham) and an over-the-hill diva (Christine Baranski), Bowfinger sets out to trick Kit Ramsey into the performance of a lifetime....


Author: The JT LeRoy Story by Samuel Scott (8th September 2016)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE.*** The greatest literary scandal of all time. Author: The JT LeRoy Story takes us down the infinitely fascinating rabbit hole of how Laura Albert - like Cyrano de Bergerac on steroids - breathed not only words, but life, into her avatar for a decade. Albert s epic and entertaining account plunges us into a glittery world of rock shows, fashion events, and the Cannes red carpet where LeRoy becomes a mysterious sensation. As she recounts this astonishing odyssey, Albert also reveals the intricate web spun by irrepressible creative forces within her. Her extended and layered JT LeRoy performance still infuriates many; but for Albert, channeling her brilliant fiction through another identity was the only possible path to self-expression....