THE GAME BLU RAY REVIEW

David Fincher made THE GAME, in the centre of a very creative period. After the success of SEVEN, the Dante Alighieri quoting, serial killer film and before the man thumping, male endangerment work of FIGHT CLU... Read More...

HIROSHIMA BLU RAY REVIEW

John Hersey Hiroshima documented the events of the first atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima. In that book, it was the plain, ordinary remembrances of six people that left horrors to forever be remembered... Read More...

CREEPSHOW 2 BLU RAY REVIEW

A lot can be said for the Horror comics of the 1950s and it's collective inspiration on horror in cinema. The visual hues, the gore, the conventions. Above all though, it was the reflection of an  underworld of... Read More...

BLOODSTONE BLU RAY REVIEW

Rajinikanth is a religious icon in some places in India. More people know him than almost all of Hollywood. You might not know that. You wont if you listen to Josh Hurtado, blow by blow piece that tells you the... Read More...

BLACK RAINBOW BLU RAY REVIEW

Mike Hodges is well known for making GET CARTER, the seminal 60s British crime film. Some know his film TERMINAL MAN, a Michael Crichton novel that was adapted, with some success, into a film. BLACK RAINBOW is ... Read More...

LOST TRANSMISSONS Review

Sanity is not a finite thing. Film has often meditated on the fragile line between sane and insane. Now with new film LOST TRANSMISSIONS, director Katharine O'Brien and actor Simon Pegg new film released by 101... Read More...