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Fri 29.9.17
Vampyros Lesbos (Blu-ray) (1971)
Ray N

Cover Art Spanish director Jess Franco’s cult erotic / horror classic from 1971 Vampyros Lesbos gets a decent Blu-ray release with good extras, thanks to Umbrella Entertainment. A nice twist on the Dracula story with a female vampire, the stunning lead performance by the beautiful Soledad Miranda is, by itself, a reason to pick up this release. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Thu 28.9.17
Dark Age (Blu-ray) (1987)
CallumK

Not many people know about Dark Age. It remains a truly underrated crocodile flick which does have something of a minor cult following. With Umbrella debuting the movie on Blu-ray, there is room for it to be rediscovered by a new generation. The Blu-ray itself is a worthwhile purchase. The presentation is a mixed bag, but the good definitely outweighs the bad, and it's nice to see the movie in HD. The lossy audio is frankly rather limp, but the selection of special features is terrific. I'm certainly happy to own it. All things considered, this one comes recommended. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Wed 27.9.17
Toxic Avenger Part III, The: The Last Temptation of Toxie (Blu-ray) (1989)
Ray N

The Toxic Avenger Part III: The Last Temptation of Toxie was constructed from footage left over from The Toxic Avenger Part II. It is a confused, messy film, one for fans of Toxie or Troma. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Tue 26.9.17
Kill Django . . . Kill First (1971)
Ray N

A spaghetti western from 1971, Kill Django . . . Kill First, which does not actually have a character named Django in the film, is a butchered film presented on a poor DVD release. Even fans of spaghetti westerns will struggle with this one. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Mon 25.9.17
Dimension W (2016)
Ray N

In the future an unlimited source of energy, called Dimension W, has been discovered which is distributed through “coils” which power the world, including household appliances, phones, cars and intelligent robots. But while things on the surface appear fine, behind the scenes all is not well as there are unstable coils which cause incidents that are covered up. Dimension W is an anime that has an interesting premise and it is funny, but it is also complex involving, among other things, cover-ups, memory, the soul and the mystery of life itself. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

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