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Mon 26.1.15
The Giver (2014)
DanielB

Cover Art An interesting new entrant into the packed young adult book adaptation market, this film has been 20 years in the making and is certainly a worthwhile and interesting watch. Decent DVD transfers and extras round out the package. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Sat 24.1.15
The Keeper of Lost Causes (Kvinden i buret) (2013)
DanielB

Another quality Scandinavian crime thriller hits our screens in this new release from Madman. The first of a series of novels forms the basis of this film which is well presented on this DVD. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Fri 23.1.15
Castle of Cagliostro, The (Rupan Sansei: Kariosutoro No Shiro) (Blu-ray) (1979)
DanielB

Hayao Miyazaki's first film finally comes to local Blu-ray and it is looking and sounding great for its age. This is a fun family adventure film which is quite reminiscent of stories like Tintin. A big step up from previous DVD versions except in the extras department. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Thu 22.1.15
Killers (2014)
Ray N

Killers is a Japanese / Indonesian co-production, a well-made film that is bloody and violent but is also compelling and complex, with things to say about life, values and family that elevates Killers above the usual splatter fare. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Wed 21.1.15
Adventure Time-Complete Fourth Season (Blu-ray) (2010)
Trevor D

Co-creator Pendleton Ward has commented that Season Four was difficult to create as the team were scared of running out of ideas. No such concern exists in the finished product-it is another entertaining season of this wacky and innovative show.The visual and sonic qualities are fine and there is an entertaining extra thrown in for good measure. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Tue 20.1.15
Life of Crime (Blu-ray) (2013)
Trevor D

Jennifer Aniston plays the trophy wife of crooked businessmen Frank (Tim Robbins). A pair of crims decide to kidnap her to extort money from Frank, starting a comedic/criminal chain of events when Frank doesn't really want her back. This adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel should be considered Leonard lite as it doesn't reach the heights of some of his other adaptations but it is still an enjoyable watch. The Blu-ray is fine in sound and vision terms. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

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