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DVD Review: In The Blood

By Liam Freeman And here we go again – yet another British film that revolves around heists and gangs. Just that simple sentence is often enough to stir up very mixed opinions, meaning that many films...
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DVD Review: Badge Of Honor

By Liam Freeman Wallowing in the seedy underbelly of the police force, Badge Of Honor focuses on two narcotics detectives who wrongfully shoot an unarmed kid in a brutal drugs raid, triggering an intense...
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DVD Review: Toy Soldiers

By Liam Freeman Originally hitting cinemas back in 1991, Toy Soldiers is finally making its way to Blu-Ray and DVD and I have to say it’s one of those films that deserve to be brought back to the...
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DVD Review: Left Behind

By Liam Freeman Confusion, awkward acting and Nicolas Cage all add up to nothing much in Left Behind, a film which will leave you wondering “what in the world did I just watch?” Released in some...
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DVD Review: Wakolda

By Ben Winkley In 1960, as the chill of the Cold War was beginning to be felt from Saigon to Stuttgart, the final details of the Second World War were still being worked out in South America. Wakolda, an...

Why I Love: Redline

By Nick Willoughby Redline is a feast for the eyes, and its neon-drenched universe a marvel. Takeshi Koike’s film of 2009 is one of those rare anime beasts from Japan that deserves mainstream...

Films That Hit The Jackpot

You’re not human if you have never fantasised about winning the lottery. Suddenly your life gets flipped upside down, you can quit your job, buy yourself a Lamborghini and a holiday home in the Maldives (or,...