Blu-ray Review: Sorry, Wrong Number (1948)

Online movie communities were abuzz this week, particularly in Australia where the new boutique label, Imprint Films, released their first wave of five titles on Blu-ray in some very premium limited edition packaging, rivalling the likes of Indicator and Arrow Video in the United Kingdom. Sorry, Wrong Number (No.2) was…

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Blu-ray Review: The Machinist (2004)

Sixteen years doesn’t quite qualify a film for ‘classic’ status by its technical definition, but I think some exception can be given to The Machinist, which really made a mark on audiences, especially enthusiastic horror fans back in 2004. Now on Blu-ray in Australia under Shock Entertainment’s sub-label, Cinema Cult,…

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Blu-ray Review: The Haunting (1999)

I remember there being a lot of buzz surrounding The Haunting as its release in cinemas grew closer. Much of the hype was built around the use of “cutting edge” digital effects and that fact it was from director, Jan de Bont, who previously gave us the action spectacles of…

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Review: In Search of Darkness (2019)

I may be a little late to the party with this review, but to quote the echoing message of American Horror Story: 1984, “…the 80s will never die.”, and it certainly hasn’t. In Search of Darkness is an epic four-hour-plus documentary feature that looks at the lasting impact of 80s…

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