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Sat 6.2.16
The Visit (Blu-ray) (2015)

A flawed but worthwhile little horror film, The Visit at least surpasses the latest Paranormal Activity and many other found footage productions, even if there are better genre flicks out there. Universal's Blu-ray sports an exceptional presentation, while there's a small selection of extras. It's enough to warrant a light recommendation, though I do recommend a rental first. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Fri 5.2.16
Higurashi no Naku Koroni Kai Complete Series (2007)
Ray N

Higurashi no Naku Koroni Kai is the second season of the fabulous but very unsettling anime When They Cry. This is still an interesting and unusual anime where the mysteries of the first series are explained and all is revealed, but the result feels somewhat prosaic. However those hooked on When They Cry will want to know how the story ends. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Thu 4.2.16
Sicario (Blu-ray) (2015)
Ray N

With a strong cast including Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin plus master cinematographer Roger Deakins behind the lens, Sicario is an intense, sometimes brutal, always complex character driven thriller about the drug wars on the US / Mexico border that could have been lifted directly from the media headlines. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Wed 3.2.16
The Transporter Refueled (Blu-ray) (2015)

Believe the critical mauling: The Transporter Refueled is an incompetent mess of an action movie. It's not worth seeing, especially if you actually like the Transporter movies. Skip it. Video and audio are acceptable, and there are no extras. I say again, skip it. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Tue 2.2.16
People Places Things (2015)
Trevor D

Funnyman Jermaine Clement takes on a more serious role (slightly) in People Places Things. As Will, comic book writer and artist, he struggles to cope with a marriage separation and responsibility for caring for his young children. It is an enjoyable film with just enough of Clement's deadpan humour to stop the film getting maudlin. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Mon 1.2.16
Star Leaf (Blu-ray) (2015)
Ray N

Hidden in the mountains of Washington State is a grove of Star Leaf, the most special marihuana on the planet. When two Afghan war veterans sample the leaf, very strange things start to happen. But how much of what is happening is drug fuelled delusion or is it real? This is the question posed in this well-made and unusual horror / mystery / sci-fi / thriller. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

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