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    Agent Carter First Look

    by Simon Crust
    Agent Carter First Look
    With the UK Blu-ray edition of Agent Carter still two months away, we take a look at the US release to whet our appetites.  
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    Gravity - A Dolby Atmos Comparison

    by Steve Withers
    Gravity - A Dolby Atmos Comparison
    We compare the soundtrack on the original Blu-ray release of the Oscar-winning film Gravity with the new Dolby Atmos reissue.  
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    The Director's Cut of Nightbreed - What is all the fuss about?

    by Simon Crust
    The Director's Cut of Nightbreed - What is all the fuss about?
    We take a closer look at Clive Barker's newly re-edit of Nightbreed a film butchered on it's original release by the studio, and now presented as the director originally envisioned  
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    Is 4K Netflix better than Blu-ray?

    by Mark Hodgkinson
    Is 4K Netflix better than Blu-ray?
    We take a very close look at the second series of House of Cards through Blu-ray and the Netflix Ultra HD Service and come to the conclusion it's a very close thing.  
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    Nosferatu - Delving deep into the horror

    by Simon Crust
    Nosferatu - Delving deep into the horror
    Simon Crust takes an in depth look at one of his favourite films - the silent classic, and genuinely horrific Nosferatu  
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    The Howling - A look back

    by Chris McEneany
    The Howling - A look back
    Fans will have their appetites more than satisfied with this offering of the classic werewolf yarn  
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    Fast & Furious 6 - The Best Yet?

    by Casimir Harlow
    Fast & Furious 6 - The Best Yet?
    Cas Harlow takes an in-depth look at the latest in the Fast and Furious franchise, so, is it any good?  
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    A look back at 40 years of Enter the Dragon

    by Alan McDermott
    A look back at 40 years of Enter the Dragon
     
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    The Incredible Melting Man - a closer look

    by Chris McEneany
    The Incredible Melting Man - a closer look
    Let’s get one thing perfectly clear right from the start. There is no possibility of denying that this film, is absolute tripe.  
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    The Brides of Dracula - An In-depth Look

    by Chris McEneany
    The Brides of Dracula - An In-depth Look
    Final Cut deliver a classic Hammer horror in a compromised version that will have purists baring their fangs in fury.  
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    The Evil of Frankenstein - An In-depth Look

    by Chris McEneany
    The Evil of Frankenstein - An In-depth Look
    The Evil of Frankenstein should really be relegated to the bottom rung of Hammer’s ladder, but I found that I enjoyed it this time around much more than I could ever have anticipated.  
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    The Fall of the House of Usher - A Look Back

    by Chris McEneany
    The Fall of the House of Usher - A Look Back
    One of the most celebrated, visually sensual and alluringly doom-laden series of horror films came courtesy of Roger Corman’s outstanding love affair with the tales of Edgar Allan Poe.  
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    The Pit and the Pendulum - a closer look

    by Chris McEneany
    The Pit and the Pendulum - a closer look
    You know, this is pretty good stuff, all round. So tie that to your stake and burn it!  
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    The Fog - A Closer Look

    by Chris McEneany
    The Fog - A Closer Look
    Combining the moody creeps of the ghost story with the violence of the slasher flick, the shock roll in as thick and as fast as the titular Fog in John Carpenter’s classic coastal chiller.  
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    Masterpieces in Miniature - A History of Pixar Shorts

    by Steve Withers
    Masterpieces in Miniature - A History of Pixar Shorts
    Partysaurus Rex becomes the latest computer animated gem from the studio.  
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    Digital Archaeology - Converting Finding Nemo to Three Dimensions

    by Steve Withers
    Digital Archaeology - Converting Finding Nemo to Three Dimensions
    Director Lee Unkrich talks about the new 3D version of one of Pixar’s most popular films.  

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