Category: DVDs

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DVD Review: Tickled

‘Competitive endurance tickling’, legal threats, shell corporations, ‘tickle cells’, online naming-and-shaming, fetish communities—it’s fair to say that David Farrier and Dylan Reeve’s debut feature TICKLED delivers a whole lot more than its quirky documentary...

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DVD Review: Star Trek Beyond

I wasn’t sure what to think when I found out Justin Lin was taking over the director’s seat for Beyond, I’m not really a big fan of the Fast and Furious movies and I...

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BluRay Review: Independence Day: Resurgence

We had twenty years to prepare… so did they. And now they are coming back, and so are most of the actors, with the exception of Will Smith. But first a giant gravitational sucking...

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DVD Review: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Naming your film “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” called be either a ballsy move or just opening the door to ridicule. It’s easy to recognize the phonetic alphabet used by the military in the title, essentially...

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DVD Review: Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters has had it’s fair share of bad press, the general vibe seemed to be something like this: “an all-female reboot!? WHAT!? WHY!?” My favourite of which: Putting the female cast skeptics aside, the...

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DVD Review: Steve Jobs

Aaron Sorkin brings his fantastic writing skills to help shine a light on the life of one of modern technology’s biggest enigmas: Steve Jobs. Michael Fassbender’s portrayal of Steve Jobs compliments Sorkin’s carefully planned...

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DVD Review: Where To Invade Next

It seems like America has been invading all the wrong countries and taking stuff that hasn’t really helped them, but fear not America (and the world) because there is one man who is willing...

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BluRay Review: The Call Up

When a group of top ranked on-line gamers are sent an invitation to test out new cutting edge gaming tech, they automatically jump at the offer. Once arriving at the specified location and adorning...

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BluRay Review: Orphan Black Series Four

Orphan Black absolutely kicked arse and blew minds in it’s first season, and carried on strongly throughout season two. But the show seemed to be loosing steam by the third season, so it was...

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BluRay Review: Hardcore Henry

When I first heard about Hardcore Henry I thought it was a brilliant but crazy idea. I mean, who in their right mind would shoot an action film entirely in first person mode? That’s...