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Mon 25.9.17
Dimension W (2016)
Ray N

Cover Art In the future an unlimited source of energy, called Dimension W, has been discovered which is distributed through “coils” which power the world, including household appliances, phones, cars and intelligent robots. But while things on the surface appear fine, behind the scenes all is not well as there are unstable coils which cause incidents that are covered up. Dimension W is an anime that has an interesting premise and it is funny, but it is also complex involving, among other things, cover-ups, memory, the soul and the mystery of life itself. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Thu 21.9.17
She-Wolf of London (Blu-ray) (1946)
Ray N

Made by Universal in 1946, She-Wolf of London has no connection with the Lon Chaney Jr Wolf Man films. It is not a particularly good film but has its moments as a mystery and it is worth watching a young June Lockhart in pre-Lassie TV days! . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Wed 20.9.17
Zookeeper's Wife, The (Blu-ray) (2017)
Ray N

In Nazi occupied Warsaw in WW2 the Polish family who ran the zoo saved over 300 Jews from the Germans, hiding them in their house at the zoo under the noses of the Germans until they could be moved to another safe house. Based on a true story, The Zookeeper’s Wife, starring a wonderful Jessica Chastain, is an impressive film that does not overdo the horror of the events but is a personal story of hope, courage and survival that is both more uplifting and less bleak than most films about the holocaust. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Tue 19.9.17
One Last Heist (aka The Hatton Garden Job) (Blu-ray) (2017)
Ray N

One Last Heist is based upon an actual vault robbery, the largest heist in British history, that occurred at Easter 2015 at Hatton Garden, London, hence the films alternate title The Hatton Garden Job. One Last Heist brings nothing new to the crime genre but it is entertaining, slickly made and well-acted by its veteran cast. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

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