Blu-ray review of Ironclad; a medieval action movie about the siege of Rochester in 1215, and how it shaped English history; starring Rome’s James Purefoy.
Find out what makes It Follows “the best horror film in decades”, and a “must buy Blu-ray.”
Blu-ray review of the simplistic but sublime John Wick; an action movie starring Keanu Reeves as a former hitman out to avenge his fallen puppy.
Re-released on Blu-ray, Matt Wheeldon explores the highs-and-lows of “one of van Damme’s best films”; Kickboxer. Plus discusses the new HD transfer.
Re-released on Blu-ray, King of New York sees Christopher Walken lead an all-star cast in a ‘90s ‘Robin Hood’ style mob tale. Read our review for full details.
Street chav meets English gentry in Kingsman: The Secret Service; a glorious action/adventure with some unexpected violence. Read our full Blu-ray review now.
Clive Owen & Steven Soderbergh deliver a downbeat but worthwhile experience with The Knick; a no holds barred look at medical science; reviewed here in full.
After witnessing his family’s murder, and seeing the killers walk away, Clyde Shelton takes action against them, and the entire justice system. Read the full Blu-ray review. Stars Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx.
Read the Legion Blu-ray review; where a fallen angel decides to help man, and battle against his kind, in order to stop the forces of God wiping out humanity.
Batman takes a vacation and leaves Superman in charge of Gotham City. What could go wrong? Read our LEGO DC Justice League: Gotham City Breakout review to find out.
Life As We Know It Blu-ray review; a romantic comedy about two people who are forced to live, and raise a child together, when they inherit their goddaughter.
Blu-ray review of Looper; the action/sci-fi movie starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a futuristic hitman hunting the elder version of himself (Bruce Willis).
Blu-ray review of Machete; an action heavy Mexploitation movie with an all-star cast, a ton of gore, sex, and a immigrant army armed with gigantic knives.
‘Marley and Me’ is the true story of a man, his family, and more importantly… his dog. Read the full review here to find out if Marley makes for a modern ‘My Dog Skip’ or if the Blu-ray is to be avoided like ‘Cujo’
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.
Full Blu-ray review of Maze Runner; a film which runs the race of the crowded young adult book market and gets to the middle.
Blu-ray review of Melancholia; a Lars Von Trier movie about the relationship between two sisters, played against the impending end of the world.
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.
Detailed Blu-ray review of Metallica: Through The Never, a truly unique concert film.
Michael Jackson’s This Is It, is a collection of his personal rehearsal tapes, for his ill-fated final tour. Read Our review to find out if the King of Pop’s tour would have really been worth watching, how he looked during his final days, and if the picture and sound can really live up to the musical heights of the legend.
Full Blu-ray review of Now You See Me; a film with an all-star cast, about bank-robbing magicians.
Full Blu-ray review for Olympus Has Fallen; a film that’s simply Die Hard in The White House, and every bit as fun as that sounds.
Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson lead an all-star cast in the uncompromising thriller Out Of The Furnace. Read our full Blu-ray review now.
Donald E. Westlake’s infamous character comes to the big screen again. Read our Blu-ray review to see if Jason Statham’s Parker get the payback he deserves.
Michael Mann’s gangster epic, starring Johnny Depp as real-life criminal and folk legend John Dillinger, and Christian Bale as Special Agent Melvin Purvis, whose only job is apprehending Dillinger. Read our review for full information on the movie itself, and it’s high-definition disc.
Blu-ray review of Pusher; a remake of a Nicolas Winding Refn film, produced by Nicolas Winding Refn, that looks like another Nicolas Winding Refn film.
Read our Blu-ray review of Resident Evil: Afterlife; the fourth film in Paul W.S. Anderson’s Resident Evil saga; which sees Alice trapped in an L.A. prison.
Ice Cube and Kevin Hart return as the brothers-in-law for buddy-cop comedy Ride Along 2. Read our in-depth Blu-ray review here.
Read our full review of the RoboCop (2014) Blu-ray.
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.
“A worthwhile bite of the western pie”, The Salvation Blu-ray is reviewed in full here.
Dwayne Johnson stars in San Andreas; read our in-depth review of the “ridiculous but fun” action/adventure now.
Blu-ray review of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World; a movie where a jobless twenty-something has to defeat his new girlfriends seven evil exes, just so they can date.
Seven Pounds reunited the star, director and producers of ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’ to create a similarly toned melodrama about a guy looking to help seven truly deserving people. This Blu-ray review discusses the film, and all aspects of it’s hi-definition release.
Blu-ray review for Shelter; a supernatural thriller about a psychologist, and her latest patient, whose apparent multiple personalities are all murder victims.
Blu-ray review for Shutter Island; a film about a U.S. Marshall who gets more than he bargained for when he investigates the disappearance of a mental patient.
Silverado is a classic western tale of a town being terrorized by a local gang, and a group of friends that try and stand up to the bullies. read the full Blu-ray review, rating everything from the movie to picture quality and even Kevin Costner’s recently recorded interview.
In depth review of Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For; Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s all-star, graphic novel, sequel, now in 3D.
In-depth Blu-ray review of Sons of Anarchy Season Six; looking at the series, picture and audio quality, and what makes season six the best season yet.
Rutger Hauer takes on a supernatural monster in Split Second, but how does the low-budget cult movie hold-up on Blu-ray? Read our review to find out.
Forgotten crime/thriller State Of Grace; a gripping and powerful classic; gets a Blu-ray release, and detailed review here.
Terry Lewis finds out if Julianne Moore was deserving of all those Best Actress gongs from this year’s award season as he reviews Alzheimer’s drama Still Alice on blu-ray
You are now about to witness the strength of bias production, as Terry Lewis sits down with the dark horse that threatens to steal all the nominations in awards season with F. Gary Gray directed N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton
Patrick Wilson stars as a limo driver with one night to pay off a $6k gambling debt in Stretch, the black comedy from Smoking’ Aces’ director Joe Carnahan.
Striking Distance was never going to win 1993’s film of the year award, yet it was a solid action film, that still has it’s fans today, and has now been revisited in full on Blu-ray.
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.
Blu-ray review of Takers; a heist movie about a gang of professional thieves, who plan to rob an armored truck, in the middle of the Los Angeles rush hour.
Find out why we call Ted 2 “the very definition of an unnecessary sequel” in our in-depth Blu-ray review.
Blu-ray review of the action/rom-com where an investigative reporter jumps bail, and her bounty hunter ex-husband gets hired to bring her into custody.
Would you let someone you’ve never met die, in order to receive a million dollars? That’s the question asked by The Box. Read the full Blu-ray review here.