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Thu 27.7.17
Patriots Day (Blu-ray) (2016)
Ray N

Cover Art Patriots Day, starring Mark Wahlberg, is a compelling, well-researched and well-made made account of the events leading up to the bombing of the Boston Marathon in 2013 and the subsequent manhunt and apprehension of those responsible. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Wed 26.7.17
Bowfinger (Blu-ray) (1999)

Arriving in a slate with a few other Universal catalogue titles, Bowfinger is a very by-the-numbers release from Shock. Without anything in the way of subtitles or special features, this is a basic upgrade which at least provides a lossless audio track and a so-so transfer which improves upon the dated DVD. If that's enough, it's worth a buy, especially with the budget pricetag, but I do hope a superior release sees the light of day sometime in the future. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Tue 25.7.17
Love and Time Travel (Chronesthesia) (2016)
Ray N

New Zealand film Love and Time Travel (aka Chronesthesia) is an absolute gem that almost defies categorisation; a film about relationships, love, loss, friendships, sex and time travel (sort of) that is funny, quirky and delightful. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Mon 24.7.17
Train to Busan (Busanhaeng) (Blu-ray) (2016)
Ray N

When a mysterious virus breaks out across South Korea a group of passengers trapped in the Bullet Train speeding to Busan try to fight off hordes of ravenous zombies and stay alive. Train to Busan is an exuberant, bloody thrill ride from start to finish; tickets please! . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Fri 21.7.17
War Lord, The (Blu-ray) (1965)
Ray N

Released in 1965 The War Lord, starring Charlton Heston and Richard Boone and directed by Franklin Schaffner (Patton), remains one of the best films ever made about medieval Europe. The film feels authentic, the action is exciting and at its core is the dilemma of an honourable knight who has to question everything he has hitherto stood for. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

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