Category: DVDs

Detroit

I wanted to see Detroit after watching the trailer. It looked like it was going to be an interesting look at the historic (and still ongoing) racial issues with the American Police force. I...

American Assassin

A topsy turvy tale of revenge, torture, terrorism and the CIA. American Assassin is a action thriller directed by Michael Cuesta and based on the novel of the same name by Vince Flynn. The...

Ferrari: Race To Immortality

Ferrari: Race To Immortality takes a look at motor-racing’s most glamorous decade, which coincidentally was also its deadliest and the iron grip Enzo Ferrari had on his team and motor racing in general. Focusing...

McLaren

McLaren is a fascinating but down to earth documentary from Kiwi film director Roger Donaldson (Dante’s Peak; The World’s Fastest Indian; Smash Palace) about Kiwi racing legend Bruce McLaren. I didn’t know much about...

Thor: Ragnarok

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a funny place, it all started off with Iron Man in 2008 which I loved, but then just over a month later it almost all imploded with The Incredible...

The Girl With All The Gifts

I started reading M R Carey’s book, The Girl With All The Gifts a few years back, but gave up at a certain point. I was fully engaged and enjoying the book, but suddenly...

DVD: It Comes At Night

*May contain spoilers. It Comes At Night suffers greatly from that beastly menace, clueless Hollywood PR. Yes, when given the task of promoting what could have been a menacing slow burn of a post...

DVD Review: IT

It, the topsy turvy tale of seven children and a demonic shapeshifting dancing clown is based on a book written by Stephen King. It’s the second film adaptation of the book, but this time...

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...