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We Are What We Are (2013) Blu-ray Review

We Are What We Are offer up a creepy, atmospheric Gothic take on the Mexican original

Being Human: The Complete Third Season Blu-ray Review

The North American version of the popular horror series Being Human finally steps out of the shadow of its UK original in season 3

Primeval: New World — The Complete Series Blu-ray Review

Primeval: New World is a disappointing spin-off of the original British hit sci-fi series.

Populaire [UK] Blu-ray Review

Populaire is a charming French rom-com set in the 1950s with a superficial resemblance to Mad Men that will satisfy date night needs on Blu-ray

Haven: The Complete Third Season Blu-ray Review

A fantastic season of the paranormal series Haven may have ended by opening up more questions than it answered, but it was worth it.

In the House [UK] Blu-ray Review

In the House (Dans la maison) is director Claude Orzon's clever and witty look at the crossover between fact, fiction, and voyeurism.

Welcome to the Punch [UK] Blu-ray Review

This glossy action flick looks great, but has too many plot holes to be satisfying.

The Sweeney Blu-ray Review

Solid action pieces, fine acting, and a top notch Blu-ray for Entertainment One's The Sweeney, all adds up to a highly recommended film.

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