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Tue 17.1.17
Mechanic: Resurrection (Blu-ray) (2016)

Cover Art Statham is a great action star and there is some enjoyment to derive from Mechanic: Resurrection, but on the whole it's limp and by-the-numbers. Roadshow's Blu-ray is merely adequate. The technical presentation is fine, but there aren't many extras. I can't recommend this one - it's strictly for Statham completists. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Mon 16.1.17
Lights Out (Blu-ray) (2016)

Terrifying and enjoyable in equal measure, Lights Out is a solid low-budget horror movie that fans of the genre should adore. I was impressed at the cinema, and I'm happy to own it on disc. Roadshow's presentation of the movie on Blu-ray is close to perfection. The video presentation is one of the strongest I've seen in recent memory, thanks to the pristine digital source and a healthy bitrate. The audio, too, is aggressive and layered. Despite the lack of extras, this disc comes recommended. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Sat 14.1.17
Everest (4K Blu-ray) (2015)

For my money, this 4K Blu-ray is a worthwhile upgrade over its 1080p counterpart, offering more vibrant colours and richer textures. It's hard to imagine the movie looking any better. Add in the flawless audio presentation and the extras provided on the standard Blu-ray in this set, and this 4K release comes recommended. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Fri 13.1.17
Outlaws and Angels (Blu-ray) (2016)
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Bank robbers on the run from a posse in 1887 New Mexico stumble upon an isolated farm house containing a father, mother and two teenage daughters. What transpires in a night and morning of terror is a bloody tale of revealed secrets, retribution and role reversal. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Thu 12.1.17
Hound of the Baskervilles, The (1959) (Blu-ray)
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The Hound of the Baskervilles, starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Andre Morell, directed by Terence Fisher and with a score by James Bernard, was made back in 1959 but remains ione of the very best Sherlock Holmes’ ever put to film, and Hammer in top form. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Wed 11.1.17
The Magnificent Seven (Blu-ray) (2016)

I was genuinely ambivalent towards The Magnificent Seven, though the talent involved definitely intrigued me in the lead-up to the movie's release. And I must say, I do not regret catching this one in the cinema. It's a good old-fashioned cowboy flick for guys, and I'm happy to own this one on disc. Fun and well-made, it's an easy recommendation. Luckily, the Blu-ray from Universal Sony is a winner. The video presentation is about as good as can be considering the movie's visual scheme, but the audio is a knockout and the selection of special features is satisfactory. All things considered, this one comes highly recommended. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

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