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Fri 31.7.15
Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions (Blu-ray) (2012)
Ray N

For half its episodes Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions is a funny, off-kilter anime about identify, fantasy and delusion; at the half way mark it becomes more serious as it delves into reality, delusions and love. In any case Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions is inoffensive and has some interesting things to say about being yourself. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Thu 30.7.15
Meet Joe Black (Blu-ray) (1998)
CallumK

I cannot help but sing praise for Meet Joe Black. I love the lingering scenes, the deliberate pacing, the fullness of the narrative, and the way that the characters are richly developed, making this a movie that I frequently watch. Universalís Blu-ray comes with a so-so video presentation but is bolstered by a strong HD audio track. The lack of extras is also a big shame. Nevertheless, this disc comes recommended. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Wed 29.7.15
Catching Milat (Blu-ray) (2015)
CallumK

Catching Milat is a fascinating, chilling miniseries which educates and entertains. If you didn't catch it on TV, it's very much worth checking out on home video. The presentation is exceptional, with first-class video quality. The lack of extras is disheartening, however. Nevertheless, this Blu-ray is recommended. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Tue 28.7.15
Brides of Dracula, The (Blu-ray) (1960)
Ray N

Can you have a Dracula film without Dracula? Hammer can with the excellent 1960 cult classic The Brides of Dracula starring Peter Cushing, and very good it looks on Blu-ray too. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Mon 27.7.15
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries-Complete Series 3 (Blu-ray) (2015)
DanielB

The whole of Season 3 of this fun, light mystery show is available on this Blu-ray set. The extras are repeated from the DVD set and the audio is still just basic Dolby Digital. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

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