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It’s high time I took a look at a thriller film starring Walter Matthau which came out in the seventies. Any ideas? So without further ado here’s my The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) Blu-ray Review. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) Genre: Thriller Directed by Joseph Sargent Running Time: 104 Mins UK Rating 15 Discs: 1 Released By 20 Century Fox Blu-ray Released: 4 June 2012 Plot A New York City subway is hijacked and what’s more its full passengers. The four men are armed with submachine guns and demand $1 million or they will

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There’s no one stand-out film this week but several smaller releases including crime drama White Boy Rick featuring Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Jason Leigh; these are the cinema releases for the 7 December 2018 in the United Kingdom & USA. Last Week’s Cinema Releases Blu-ray News Cinema Releases 7 December 2018 Sorry To Bother You (Comedy, Sci-fi) Released 7th December 2018 UK (15) 112 Mins Distributor: Universal Pictures Starring Lakeith Stanfield; Tessa Thompson; Terry Crews; Jermaine Fowler; Omari Hardwick; Kate Berlant Looking for something to watch? Check out these Blu-ray reviews: Bad Lieutenant (2009) The Last House On The Left

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Next up in my Denzel Washington season of films available on Blu-ray in the UK is another thriller from the nineties? Without further ado here’s my The Bone Collector (1999) Blu-ray Review. The Bone Collector (1999) Genre: Thriller Directed by Phillip Noyce Running Time: 118 Mins UK Rating 15 Discs: 1 Released By Sony Pictures Blu-ray Released: 2 June 2008 Plot A New York forensics expert Lincoln Rhyme (Denzel Washington) is left paralyzed from the neck down following an accident. The police need his expertise to track down a serial killer by piecing the crime scene clues together. He enlists

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I’m slightly late to the party with this review of a British cult classic horror film from 1957. I’m of course referring to Night of the Demon. It came out at the end of October having been fully restored. Released by PowerHouse Films it includes every possible version and a ton of extras. I think this is going to be a very easy review, so without further ado here’s my Night of the Demon Blu-ray Review. I’m reviewing the limited edition which you may still be able to obtain one through third party sellers if you are lucky. However the

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One thing most film fans look forward to is the announcement of which titles are coming to our favourite format for watching movies, I talking about Blu-ray of course. PowerHouse Film’s Indicator label has to be one of if not the best for releasing interesting titles that have been fully restored. Recently they announced their January line-up which includes the Charles Bronson action movie Breakout from 1975. The film also stars both Robert Duvall and Jill Ireland and is one I will personally be looking forward to watching and reviewing. So what of the rest of upcoming January titles? Well

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I think it’s high time I investigate one of Shameless Screen Entertainment’s 2018 Bluray releases. The film I’ve chosen stars both Ursula Andress and Stacy Keach. It’s also a horror movie about a tribe of Cannibals that live at the top of a mountain in the jungles of New Guinea. So without further ado here’s my The Mountain of the Cannibal God Blu-ray Review. The Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978) Genre: Horror Directed by Sergio Martino Running Time: 101 Mins UK Rating 18 Discs: 1 Released By Shameless Screen Entertainment Blu-ray Released: 28 May 2018 Plot Susan Stevenson (Ursula

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Creed II and Ralph Breaks The Internet both release this week in the UK having already hit cinemas in the USA last week. So let’s take a closer look at them with their film trailers plus what’s hitting movie theatres in the America; these are the cinema releases for the 30 November 2018 in the UK & America. Last Week’s Cinema Releases Blu-ray News Cinema Releases 30 November 2018 Creed II (Drama) Released 30th November 2018 UK (TBC) 117 Mins Distributor: Warner Bros Starring Michael B. Jordan; Sylvester Stallone; Tessa Thompson; Dolph Lundgren; Florian Munteanu; Wood Harris; Russell Hornsby; Andre

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