Review: Blood Vessel (2019)

Adolf Hitler had his grubby little fingers in a lot of pies; one being the occult. An obsession for which has been the source of many legends, myths and ghost stories. Mostly internet-based. What drove this fixation is unclear, but it’s likely that Hitler was driven by the prospect of…

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Review: The Vigil (2020)

Blumhouse Productions have been compared to Hammer Films in recent years, due to their cost-effective approach to producing films on a yearly basis, particularly those of horror and thriller variety. In what has so far been a problematic year for cinema releases, the company’s tally for 2020 currently stands at…

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Blu-ray Review: The Game (1997)

David Fincher’s third feature film doesn’t come up in conversation as much compared to his more popular works despite being the object of much praise from critics and fans. The answer to this probably lies in it being wedged between Se7en and Fight Club, but now The Game has found…

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Blu-ray Review: Mr. Vampire (1985)

If you’ve seen one vampire film you’ve seen them all, right? Well, it may often feel that way, but if you look to Hong Kong cinema you’ll find the relentless horror-comedy Mr. Vampire; which has caught wind from the breath of movie-goers, coming to Blu-ray on July 20th from Eureka…

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Blu-ray Review: Criss Cross (1949)

Burt Lancaster cut his teeth as an actor while making his screen debut in Robert Siodmak’s noir classic The Killers in 1946. As a result of this successful collaboration, the pair reunited for the relatively lesser-known, Criss Cross, which is now available in the UK on Blu-ray from Eureka Entertainment…

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Blu-ray Review: Waterloo (1970)

My, my, at Waterloo Napoleon did surrender: the climactic battle fought by the famed French leader depicted is a spectacular film epic of the same name which is now on Blu-ray from premium Australian label Imprint Films, No. 5 in their first assault on the physical media market. Produced by…

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Blu-ray Review: The Specialists (1969)

Spaghetti westerns were once a dime a dozen back in the day; the Italian off-spring of Hollywood westerns with a generous sprinkle of parmesan cheese. Eureka Entertainment have released Sergio Corbucci’s underrated classic, The Specialists (originally titled Gil Specialisti) on Blu-ray from a new 4K restoration complete with a Limited…

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