DVD Review – ‘Traffik’ has honourable intentions, but flounders in execution

Human trafficking is the serious issue at the heart of Deon Taylor’s home invasion thriller Traffik, but that issue never quite comes through in the way the director hopes it will.

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Blu-ray Review – ‘The Boondock Saints’ is blood-soaked vigilantism with a darkly comic edge

Troy Duffy’s controversial vigilante thriller has lost none of its edge in the 20 years since it first exploded onto screens.

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DVD Review – ‘Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House’ is only slightly less dull than its title

Liam Neeson shelves the action in order to pace around darkened rooms as the FBI veteran who turned into a notorious whistleblower.

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Blu-ray Review – ‘The Addiction’ turns vampirism into a compelling philosophical treatise

Abel Ferrara takes vampirism in a very different direction, through the lens of Lili Taylor’s terrific performance, in The Addiction.

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Blu-ray Review – ‘The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou’ is Wes Anderson under the sea

Wes Anderson goes underwater, with Henry Selick in tow, for The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, which has a new Criterion Blu-ray.

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DVD Review – Giant ant movie ‘It Came From The Desert’ knows exactly what it is

It’s big, it’s stupid and it’s obviously bargain basement filmmaking, but it’s hard not to enjoy a knowingly ridiculous giant bug movie.

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