DVD Review: ‘Rogue Hostage’ (2021)

Opening with PTSD induced nightmares and flashbacks, the life of former Marine, Kyle Snowden (Tyrese Gibson) can be a difficult experience. However, his contemporary work in Child Protective Services gives him licence to both exist and better himself amid fixations with anger and alcohol. Kyle helps children in need, but he himself needs help. 

Film Review: ‘Occupation: Rainfall’ (2020)

Two years after the events within its predecessor, Occupation, the curiously titled Occupation: Rainfall sees that the remaining humans in Australia continue to endure torment and chaos from invading aliens, but this time, the hero survivors and resistance fighters have a potential edge of their alien aggressors, with a mysterious thing known as “Rainfall”. 

DVD Review: Parallel (2018)

A Canadian-produced film from 2018 that finally finds its way onto DVD thanks to the forever-amazing 101 Films,  Parallel is a highly original and intriguing film that transcends from an adventurous sci-fi into a dystopian one - remarkably well too.

Film Review: ‘On the Buses’ (1971)

The first film within a spin-off trilogy from the British TV sitcom of the same name, On the Buses in 1971 established a separate continuity where the buses were red, Olive was pregnant, but the humour was all the same. 

Blu-ray Review: ‘Raw’ (2016)

From Second Sight Films, the 2016 film Raw is in receipt of an updated Blu-ray release, and it may be the best one yet. Presented beautifully with a full range of lengthy extras, the updated package is a presentation of unbeatable value in the competitive market of boutique Blu-rays. 

Blu-ray Review: ‘Wake of Death’ (2004)

Just over a decade and a half after its original release, one of Van Damme’s best films from the early 2000s - Wake of Death - is in receipt of an action-packed, ultimate Special Edition Blu-ray release, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment.

Film Review: ‘Batman’ (1989)

Without doubt, one of the greatest marketing campaigns of all time, even if the product advertised was a complete disappointment to the hardcore fans. The advert? A black and gold Bat logo. The film? Batman.

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