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DVD Review: Punishment


When Hunter Isth’s life is turned upside down after his young daughter is killed by a drunk teenage driver, he goes into a state of mourning, depression and anger.  Hunter disappears not too long thereafter and rumours start spreading that he had moved away from Braiden Woods.  However, as the years go by, Hunter...
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Games: The Walking Dead Gets First Game Trailer!


Telltale Games and Robert Kirkman, the Eisner Award-winning creator/writer of The Walking Dead for Skybound/Image, announced today that the first trailer for their upcoming game, The Walking Dead, is available to view on the games’ official website. Created by animator and director Daniel M. Kanemoto, the trailer blends 2D and 3D imagery in stunning fashion as homage to...
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News: ArrowDrome and Arrow Video DVD & Blu-Ray Releases (April 2012)!


Demons (Arrow Video) Limited Edition Blu-ray Live and direct, straight from HELL! Lamberto Bava and Dario Argento bring you THE Gonzo Horror movie of the 1980s with Demons, a frenzied slice of gore heavy shock cinema that gives up on logic and instead assaults the screen with a riot of X-Rated violence, face chewing...
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Film Review: RAGE


You think you’re having a bad day, but you’re not.  How would you feel when you woke up to a seemingly normal day, a loving wife and a new outlook on life, only to have it crushed in an instant of your own selfishness?  Here we have Dennis, a normal guy, who’s got a...
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Comic Book Review: The Protector #1


Allan Adams seems like an ordinary guy, boring some might think, seeing as he’s an insurance investigator, but don’t judge a book by its cover that quickly.  He’s seen the crime become worse and more violent and he’s had enough.  The Protector comes to life as he realises he has to do something to protect...
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News: Foreign Oscar Film Winner “In A Better World” is sure to get you thinking!


Bullying, brutality, violence and forgiveness are at the crux of In A Better World, opening exclusively at Cinema Nouveau on 25 November 2011.   Danish director, Susanne Bier, is renowned for films that plumb the depths of our emotions and encourage us to question what we know. She did it with Things We Lost...
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Film Review: Nine Lives (2002)


When nine friends go off for the weekend to the Scottish Highlands for some fun, obviously the drink flows, relationships rekindle and it’s all fun and games, until of course they get snowed in…  That’s when the drama starts and an uninvited guest makes its appearance.  The restless spirit of Murray, an old Scot...
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Film Review: A Serbian Film


When a retired porn star gets the opportunity to be in the next big porn film, which will give him enough money to make sure his family is settled for life, he jumps at the chance.  However, it’s not all sunshine and roses for Milos, seeing as he has no idea what the porn...
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Film Review – Little Deaths (2011)

Film Review – Little Deaths (2011)

  You all know what an anthology is by now, right? It’s a book/film composed of several stories in one, but with the same genre and/or theme going on in it. This is what Little Deaths is, it’s a full length feature that’s composed of three short films that shares the same theme, which...
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