Hammer House of Horror On Blu Ray Review

Hammer Films had their horror movie hayday in 1950-1970s. Cannot be denied they produced their best output in the late 1950s to 1960s with those films centred round the iconic horror figures of Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy and the like. Fast forward to 1980, the horror movies had dried up but the HAMMER name was […]

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RYDE – Home Entertainment Review

I love a good horror movie, so when I heard of RYDE being a slasher taking on the role of a Ryde driver (an UBER type taxi service) I was interested to say the least. Nights out have never been so dangerous once Paul (David Wachs) takes the identity of a ‘Ryde’ driver, the newest […]


Sharknado 5 – Review

Sharknado 5 Global Swarming was: PAP In a word, pap, compelling, addictive and mind rotting pap. The annual event of Sharknado films is not so much about the film itself but the social media ‘nado after (and during discussing how pap these films are). But yes, I still watched it and I will probably watch […]

Sharknado 5 Global Swarming Review

Horror Movie Series HOUSE Blu Ray Release

House I, II, III, IV Limited Edition Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD Arrow Video is proud to present the complete House saga, brought together on Blu-ray for the first time! Release Date: 20th March 2017 Step inside, we’ve been expecting you! At long-last, Arrow Video is proud to present the complete House saga, brought together […]

Enemy Mine Blu Ray

Steelbook Update 4th December 2016 ENEMY MINE will be released in a Limited Edition SteelBook, exclusive to Zavvi on 26 Dec 2016. This will be a Zavvi Exclusive. Order the SteelBook HERE (Follows – original post from 1st April 2016) Eureka Entertainment is to release the Enemy Mine Blu Ray on the 20th June 2016. […]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Season 5 Review

So we get to the end of the run for the superb Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series. Following Disney’s takeover of the Lucas Empire, it seemed unlikely that heads wouldn’t roll, and so it was for The Clone Wars. Did this decision make sense…not really. The Clone Wars has consistently been the brightest […]

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Nosferatu – Restored Review

Nosferatu is a movie with a past. It was almost entirely destroyed by Bram Stoker’s widow due to the blatant plagiarism from Dracula presented in the movie (in which, basically, the names were changed, and that was it). Various versions have been found over the years, leading to this latest, restored version. And it’s a […]

The Wicker Man – 40th Anniversary ‘Final Cut’

This new version of The Wicker Man only makes slight changes. However, it’s the most complete version of the film that exists currently, and if you’ve only ever seen the original theatrical release (the one most regularly shown on TV), you’ll be astonished just how butchered it was. The fact that the theatrical release is […]

The Wicker Man Final Cut

Evil Dead II – Blu-ray Review

There are some films which are considered cult classics. And then there are some cult classics that are considered all-time greats. And then there are some all-time greats which are considered the perfect example of their type. Evil Dead 2 (Dead by Dawn) sits comfortably in this final category, and with this fantastic new restored […]

Evil Dead 2 Special Edition Blu Ray

30 Nights Of Paranormal Activity With The Devil Inside The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Oh Dear. Complete Rubbish. Absolute ****. These are some of the two word reviews I almost settled on when writing this review. But I thought that a little unfair. Then I deliberated whether to write a review at all. Finally I settled on writing a short review as a public service letting people know that […]

Looper Blu-ray Review

Looper arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on 28th January 2013 (in the UK) covered in countless 5-star reviews and glowing superlative-heavy review quotes. Starring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt, and directed by Rian Johnson, it is a time-travel action thriller mystery something-or-other that is both genuinely original in places, and stultifyingly dull in […]

The Castle of Cagliostro – Bluray Review

The second Hi-Def helping from Studio Canal and Ghibli in November is not a Ghibli film at all, it is an earlier work, directed by Miyazaki-san called “The Castle of Caglisotro”, aka Lupin III. Made in 1979, it is Miyazaki’s first full-length anime film, and features Wolf (or Lupin in French), a character created by […]