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Wed 7.10.15
We're Back
Michael D
As many of you would be aware, the site has been offline for the last two days. This is as a result of Telstra doing repairs on our main voice line. On the positive side, our voice line problems were fixed. However, in the process of doing the repairs, they inadvertently disconnected our other phone line. Unfortunately, that line was the one which the web site, email server and primary DNS server ran on. Thus, everything to do with the site was suddenly taken completely offline. After some rejigging, I have moved all the site services over to the now fixed voice line and they now appear to be functioning again. Hopefully Telstra can get things properly fixed when they try again.

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Sat 10.10.15
Spy (Blu-ray) (2015)

I enjoyed Spy to an extent, mainly thanks to the eminently amusing Jason Statham, but it's fairly hit and miss on the whole. Fox's Blu-ray is acceptable, carrying a serviceable if slightly problematic video transfer and a pretty good audio track. The extras are pretty substantial, more than anyone would have expected for a film like this. Fans should have a good time chewing through the disc. Nevertheless, rent before buying. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Fri 9.10.15
Lone Survivor (Blu-ray) (2013)

A harrowing contemporary war picture. It's not as good as the novel which spawned it, but it's a noble effort nevertheless which should further immortalise the brave men involved in this terrible tragedy.

   Universal's Blu-ray is short on extras, but the video and audio presentation makes up for it. This disc comes recommended. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Thu 8.10.15
Time Lapse (Blu-ray) (2014)
Ray N

In Time Lapse three friends find a camera that takes a picture showing an image of what will occur 24 hours in the future. What happens then in this intriguing sci-fi thriller is unpredictable and thought-provoking. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Wed 7.10.15
Six Ways to Sundown (Blu-ray) (2015)
Ray N

Vinnie Jones receives top billing in Six Ways to Sundown, a clever story about drugs, murder, betrayal and revenge that is told backwards and has an ending that turns everything on its head. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Tue 6.10.15
Guardians of the Galaxy (Blu-ray) (2014)

Guardians of the Galaxy was a box office dark horse, taking in more money than anyone could have reasonably predicted, and it's critical reception was incredibly positive. Such success was deserved. I love this movie, it it pure cinematic joy, and this Blu-ray is a must-own. The presentation is an absolute knockout. Like all Marvel movies under the Disney banner, the extras are great quality if far too slight. The James Gunn audio commentary track is extraordinary. I just wish there was an extensive making-of documentary, especially considering the project's significance. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Mon 5.10.15
The Interview (Blu-ray) (2014)

I understand why some didn't warm up to The Interview, but I enjoyed it, and I continue to laugh with each new viewing. I was very happy with this Blu-ray; video and audio are flawless, though the extras are a bit light, which is disappointing considering the history of the project. I would've preferred a meatier documentary which covered everything from the genesis of the project to the North Korea controversy, but the sublime audio commentary track almost compensates for this. All things considered, this disc is recommended. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

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