Set in a world where people can’t tell lies, The Invention of Lying is the story of a man that learns how to fib, and how his new found trick change’s the entire world. Read our truthful review to find out if the film is as funny as it should be, and how the Blu-ray disc compares to that of other recent comedies.
Mesrine is the True story of Jacques Mesrine, France’s most notorious gangster; famed for robbing 32 banks, escaping from prison 4 times and being public enemy no1 in two continents. Read our extensive review of the French gangster epic, covering all aspects from action and acting to picture and sound quality, to find out if the Blu-ray lives up to the legend.
Set in world where people live their lives through robots rather than leaving their homes, Surrogates asks the questions, what would happen if a whole way of life was threatened? and is safety better than feeling? Read our full review to find out, and see if the Blu-ray disc quality matches up to the utopian future of the Surrogates.
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) lived a boring life as a broke, 50 year old, chemistry teacher until he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, and decided to start cooking crystal meth so that his family would have some money left when he died. Read our full review of this highly original series as the entire first season is released on DVD.
Jason Statham is back as Chev Chelios in ‘Crank 2: High Voltage’ another, totally wild, non-stop, action flick that doesn’t pull any punches. Read the full Blu-ray review to find out how the sequel holds up against the original ‘Crank,’ and if the picture and audio quality can keep up with Chev’s shocking life.
After the success of ‘Lock Stock…’, and ‘Snatch’ came the bomb that was ‘Revolver.’ RocknRolla was director Guy Ritchie’s attempt at a return to form, with a more traditional cockney gangster flick. Read the full Blu-ray review to learn how RocknRolla compares to his earlier pictures, and how the disc rates in general.
Pascal Laugier’s Martyrs gained much critical praise and viewer attention when it was released, not least for causing viewers to leave the cinema en masse and even vomit in the cinema aisles. This Blu-ray review examines the film in detail, and it’s hi-def release, including picture quality and extras.
American History X is one of the most powerful, yet underrated, films ever released, covering issues of racism, gang culture and prison life in a manner so realistic that it becomes harrowingly moving.
This review delves deeper into the films plot, as well as comparing the picture and audio quality to previous DVD releases.