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Tue 6.12.16
Assassination Classroom (Ansatsu Kyoshitsu) Season 1 Part 2 (Blu-ray) (2015)
Ray N

Cover Art Kill the teacher to save the world! That, however, is not easy when the teacher is a yellow, three metre high octopus who moves at a speed of Mach 20, but in this Part 2 of Season 1 of Assassination Classroom Class 3-E continue to give it their best shot. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Mon 5.12.16
Monkey King 2, The (Blu-ray) (2016)
Ray N

Director Soi Cheang follows up his smash hit The Monkey King with The Monkey King 2. With a radiant Gong Li as a nasty demon, The Monkey King 2 is loud, exuberant and spectacular and, to my mind, a better film than the first. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Fri 2.12.16
The Conjuring (Blu-ray) (2013)
CallumK

Three years, one sequel and a spinoff later, and The Conjuring still holds up. It's a skilful, visually arresting fright flick that deserves its status as a modern horror classic. Roadshow's Blu-ray leaves very little to be desired from a presentation standpoint, with spectacular video and audio, but the unfortunate shortage of extras is disappointing. All things considered, though, this disc comes highly recommended. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Thu 1.12.16
Black Butler: Book of Murder (Blu-ray) (2014)
Ray N

Black Butler: Book of Murder is set in Victorian-era London. With literary allusions, a demon and a young Conan Doyle, it is a lot of fun and while knowledge of Black Butler: Book of Circus would help, it is not totally essential for enjoying these two OVAs. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Wed 30.11.16
Swiss Army Man (Blu-ray) (2016)
Trevor D

In Swiss Army Man Daniel Radcliffe plays a flatulent corpse who is manipulated by a castaway (Paul Dano) to help him get back home to the girl he loves. Whilst any brief description is bound to sound like a gross out comedy, in fact this is an entirely more philosophical affair with the corpse gradually relearning the gift of life. Definitely worth a look, this offbeat independent film comes in a well presented Blu-ray though the extras on the local release pale in comparison to the Region A release. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.


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