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Tue 5.2.19
Streets of Laredo (1995)
Ray N

Cover Art Streets of Laredo is the third film in the Lonesome Dove set of miniseries to feature the character of ex-Texas Ranger Woodrow Call (this time played by James Garner). Streets of Laredo is based on a novel by Larry McMurtry and starts about 20 years after the events of Lonesome Dove. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Mon 4.2.19
Beirut (Blu-ray) (2018)
DanielB

Jon Hamm stars in this taut spy thriller which is definitely worth seeking out if you enjoy thrillers that don't need to resort to excessive violence to tell their story. Good transfers which are only restricted by the source but no extras at all. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Fri 1.2.19
Single White Female (Blu-ray) (1992)
CallumK

Although not exactly a revered classic or an overlooked masterpiece, Single White Female is satisfying thriller entertainment; nicely-made and well-acted with some effective scenes, but not memorable or masterful enough as a whole to make a lasting impression. Umbrella's Blu-ray release is exceedingly workmanlike; a watchable 1080p high definition video presentation and a lossless audio track, but no extras, no subtitles and not even a menu. It's not an overly expensive release, so fans simply wanting the movie in HD will be satisfied. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Thu 31.1.19
Ismael's Ghosts (2017)
Ray N

Ismaelís Ghosts is a film by French auteur Arnaud Desplechin starring Mathieu Amalric, Marion Cotillard and Charlotte Gainsbourg that opened (out of completion) Cannes in 2017. It is a complex film dealing with art and creation, imagination, perspective, grief, loss, myths and ghosts, leaving unclear what is real and what is imagined. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Wed 30.1.19
Mile 22 (Blu-ray) (2018)
DanielB

A confused, ultra violent action film which delivers little in terms of story, character or dialogue. The martial arts action from Iko Uwais is pretty much all the film has to offer after a good opening sequence. Quality transfers and a long list of very short featurettes round out the package. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

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