Category: DVDs

DVD Jojo Rabbit

So basically Jojo Rabbit is the story of a 10-year-old boy, Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis), living in what is essentially Nazi Germany’s last days, though being a kid, he doesn’t realise this. Forced by...

Terminator Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate is the sixth Terminator film, but only the third to have James Cameron’s touch, and as such, wonderfully ignores the other three films and plants itself firmly as the latest film...

Ad Astra

Ad Astra sees Brad Pit head out into space to locate a father who’s gone rogue and may be responsible for devastation waves of energy that are bombarding earth. Or something like that. Details...

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold is a weird film, on the one hand it’s a great translation from animated TV show to live-action big-screen film. But on the other hand, it’s a...

DVD: The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir

Definition of fakir 1 fə-​ˈkir , fä-​ , fa-​ ; ˈfā-​kər a: a Muslim mendicant : DERVISH b: an itinerant Hindu ascetic or wonder-worker 2 ˈfā-​kər : IMPOSTOR especially : SWINDLER The protagonist of...

DVD: Alita Battle Angel

The year is 2563, three hundred years after The Fall. There is but one sky City left floating above the mass of humanity, but Dr. Dyson Ido lives below on earth, scavenging through the...

DVD: Us

Jordan Peele’s follow up to his breakout hit Get Out probably isn’t what anyone was expecting, but for me this just makes the man more interesting, and his follow up is every bit as...

DVD: Pet Sematary

I don’t find a lot of horror films to be scary and Pet Sematary isn’t an exception. Sure, a lot of people are going to find it scary, but for me, it was a...

DVD: Mortal Engines

As a result of a cataclysmic 60-minute war, earth as we know it is no more. A desolate wasteland that that is now inhabited by steampunk styled mobile cities that roam this post-apocalyptic era....

DVD: The Kid Who Would Be King

The Kid Who Would Be King is obviously a kids film, so not directly aimed at me. So with this in mind, I’m going to turn off my inbuilt cynicism, and try and look...