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Sat 30.4.16
Mavis! (2015)
DanielB

An interesting and emotional documentary about one of the great gospel soul singers. Fairly bare bones disc but quality transfers. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Fri 29.4.16
Mysterious Island (Shock) (1961)
Ray N

Made in 1961, Mysterious Island, based on a popular Jules Verne novel and featuring the return of Captain Nemo, Ray Harryhausen stop motion creatures and a Bernard Hermann score, is an old fashioned adventure, colourful and exciting, that can still be enjoyed by all ages. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Thu 28.4.16
Poker Night (Blu-ray) (2014)
Ray N

A young detective abducted and imprisoned in a cellar by a serial killer must use all the knowledge he has gained during his weekly poker night with experienced detectives to survive. Poker Night has a simple premise but is anything but simple in execution; instead it is a clever film with a fractured chronology which jumbles past, present and future, not unlike The Usual Suspects. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Wed 27.4.16
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Blu-ray) (2015)
CallumK

In spite of the vocal minority who hated it, I loved Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It's a rousing science fiction fantasy adventure, and a worthy continuation of the Star Wars franchise. It does fall short in a few areas, but it does so many things right that it's hard to hold too much against it. Disney's Blu-ray release is very good. Video and audio are exceptional, while special features are pretty good, with two hours of video extras. However, the lack of audio commentary tracks is disappointing. All things considered, this set comes highly recommended. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Tue 26.4.16
Hamatora: The Animation - Series 1 (2014)
Ray N

The Hamatora detective agency, run out of the Café Nowhere in Yokohama, consists of two young Minimum Holders (individuals with an innate special ability). When a serial killer starts targeting minimum holders, the investigation becomes very personal. Hamatora: The Animation is quirky and funny, with interesting characters and some serious things to say about society, pop culture, the manipulation of media and the haves and have nots. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

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