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Tue 26.7.16
Assassination Classroom (Ansatsu Kyoshitsu) (Blu-ray) (2015)
Ray N

Cover Art Assassination Classroom is wry and funny and has a simple premise; Class 3-E must kill their teacher within the year to save the world from destruction. Mind you, that is harder said than done as the teacher is a yellow, three metre high octopus who moves at a speed of Mach 20 and cannot be killed by normal weapons! . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Mon 25.7.16
Ip Man 3 (Blu-ray) (2015)
DanielB

A nice addition to the Ip Man series, featuring great fight sequences, excellent cinematography and quality acting plus Mike Tyson. Great transfers and a DTS X track. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Sat 23.7.16
Mercury Plains (Blu-ray) (2016)
Ray N

A young unemployed American is recruited into a para-military group in Mexico ostensibly to fight the drug cartels. The reality is rather different in this meandering story starring Scott Eastwood. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Fri 22.7.16
The Absent One (Fasandraeberne) (2014)
DanielB

A high quality Danish thriller which is the most successful Danish film ever at the Danish box office. It is the second in a series based on a set of novels. Quality transfers but little in the extras department. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Thu 21.7.16
Krampus (Blu-ray) (2015)
CallumK

Krampus is a fine little Christmas-themed horror-comedy, reminiscent of Gremlins and Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale but ultimately emerging as its own unique thing. It's easy to recommend this one. This Blu-ray from Universal Sony is solid across the board. The presentation is above-average, and there's a terrific, meaty selection of supplements which delve into the movie's creation. This one comes highly recommended. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Wed 20.7.16
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (2014)
Trevor D

Winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence is the last in a trilogy of films by Swedish genius/madman Roy Andersson. Composed of often surreal vignettes it finds humour (or doesn't find it depending on your take on the film) in the mundane absurdities of life. Recommended for those who like their existentialism very offbeat - it contains some deliberately frustrating and slow moments and yet some unforgettable scenes. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

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