Category: DVDs

DVD Review: Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a film of three stories, one taking part over the course of a week, one taking part over the course of a day and the final one, a mere hour....

DVD Review: Kingsman The Golden Circle

The Kingsman: The Golden Circle was directed by Matthew Vaughn, starring Taron Egerton, Julianne Moore and Colin Firth. Although it does not quite live up to the first kingsman movie, it was a worthy...

DVD Review: Your Name

Kimi No Na Wa or Your Name is a fantasy anime movie written and directed by Makoto Shinkai. It follows two strangers who have never met yet suddenly wake up in each others bodies...

DVD Review: The Fly

The Fly, directed by David Cronenberg, is an interesting film to say the least, reminiscent of other great horrors of the 80s, such as John Carpenter’s The Thing and Ridley Scott’s Alien. The film...

DVD Review: Baby Driver

Baby Driver is part heist film, part car chase and part musical but without the singing. Yes musical, because the film moves around the music rather than the music being the background to what...

DVD Review: Wonder Woman

DC comics finally got it right! Marvel has held the upper hand for many years in the genre of super hero films with a few duds produced by DC, Wonder Woman breaks the trend...

DVD Review: War For The Planet Of The Apes

War For The Planet Of The Apes, the third and finale film in an outstanding reboot of the classic film series see’s Caesar (Andy Sirkis) confronting a genocidal, ape-hating colonel (Woody Harrelson), who leads...

DVD Review: The Mummy

Evil lurks in the darkness of the shadows where greed of power and control breed the most selfish of desires. Princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) sells her soul to rid her lineage of any opposition...

DVD Review: Atomic Blonde

Double crossing, epic hand to hand combat and well versed double tapping of the trigger sets up the graphic novel to hit the big screen with Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) orchestrating every move. Going...

DVD Review: The Beguiled

The Beguiled is not a psychological thriller like the trailer depicted it to be, but instead a period drama with weird twists and turns. Sofia Coppola rewrites, remakes and directs Don Siegel’s original, There...