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Tue 20.2.18
Logan (Blu-ray) (2017)
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Cover Art Logan, starring Hugh Jackman as an aged, sick and disillusioned Wolverine, is far, far more than a Marvel superhero movie; it has enough heart, drama, soul-searching, mythmaking and action for a dozen superhero movies and is a fabulous film in its own right which can be viewed without any knowledge of the X-Men universe. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Mon 19.2.18
David Lynch: The Art Life (2016)
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Director David Lynch is a unique talent by any reckoning. David Lynch: The Art Life, a film by Rick Barnes, Jon Nguyen and Olivia Neergaard-Holm, is not a critique of his films but an inside look at the man himself from childhood to Eraserhead in an attempt to discover what makes him tick. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Fri 16.2.18
Security (Blu-ray) (2017)

Security is one for the Blu-ray shelf if you like simple, old-school action movies. It won't appeal to everybody, but I enjoyed the hell out of it. The Blu-ray from Universal Sony features perfectly adequate video and audio, but it's a shame the disc is so light on extras. This one gets a light recommendation, but at sale price. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Thu 15.2.18
Big Sick, The (Blu-ray) (2017)

Ostensibly arriving out of nowhere, The Big Sick is an unexpected delight. It's funny, touching and enjoyable, benefitting from a great cast and well-judged pacing. It's easy to see why it earned an Oscar nomination for its screenplay. Roadshow's Blu-ray will surely please fans of the movie. The technical presentation is sound from top to bottom, with excellent video and audio, and there's a pleasant selection of special features to round out the disc. Highly recommended. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Wed 14.2.18
Evil Under the Sun (Blu-ray) (1982)
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Evil Under the Sun is the third and last Hercule Poirot film made by producers John Bradbourne and Richard Goodwin repeating the formula of an all-star cast and exotic location that had been successful in Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile. This film is not quite to the same standard as the earlier films but the mystery is still fun and Peter Ustinov is more comfortable in the role of Poirot. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

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