Beck: Vol. 2 (2016) (TV Series) 

The Scandinavians really do know how to make thrilling drama. With the likes of Trapped, The Killing, Borgen and many others, they have thrilled UK audiences. Beck is another jewel in that crown.  Peter Haber plays the brilliant Martin Beck, a Swedish detective who hunts down all sorts of criminals. He is called back into […]

Gomorrah: Season 2 (2016)

Don’t read if you haven’t seen the first season.  *CAUTION SPOILERS AHEAD* With Don Pietro sprung from his prison convoy and Gennaro clinging to life after being shot and left for dead by Ciro, a power vacuum has been created and Don Salvatore is manoeuvring to take complete control of the city. Continuing on from […]

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

We can thank writer Seth Grahame-Smith for mashing up Jane Austen’s classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’ with the undead. It’s something that shouldn’t really work, as it’s two wildly different ideas being melded together. That said, it does work, and work quite well. The story really is just the standard tale of love between Elizabeth and […]

Follow The Money (TV Series) (2016)

   Alexander Sødergren (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) is a ruthless business man who works for a Danish company called Energreen. He has plans to corner the energy market, and believes wind farms are the future. When a dead body is pulled from the sea in which a wind farm is situated, a detective called Mads Justesen […]

Albert Pyun – Moviemaker 

 Those of you out there that love trashy movies, movies with cyborgs or movies set in post apocalyptic wastelands, then chances are you’ve seen Albert Pyun’s work at least once. My first foray into the work of Albert Pyun was the Jean-Claude Van Damme action movie ‘Cyborg’ back in 1992. I had already been a […]

Out Now – Slow West 

Starring Michael Fassbender and Kodi Smit-McPhee is a movie that is “Tense, twisty and Brilliant” – The Guardian.        Below is an interview with Fassbender in which he discusses what attracted him to the role: Slow West is available now on DVD & Blu Ray from all good stockists.  JM   

Do you hear The Voices too?

  Due for release on 13th July from Arrow Films is the dark comedy The Voices, starring Ryan Reyonlds who begins to behave a little strangely when his cat and dog start talking to him. More info in the press release below: DVD, BLU-RAY & STEELBOOK UK RELEASE: MONDAY 13th JULY “Utterly compelling” – ShortList […]

Korea is where it’s at!

This is for all the collectors out there. For me Korea has been the go to place for collectors editions of movies. The folks at Plain Archive, Nova Media and KimchiDVD put so much effort into their releases it’s staggering.    They’re the logos you want to be looking out for. Seriously, there has […]

Housebound (2014)

Kylie Bucknell (Morgana O’Reilly) is sent to stay with her mum for six months under house arrest by the courts when she is caught attempting to steal from an ATM. Her mum Miriam (Rima Te Wiata) is well meaning and wants to try and make Kylie’s stay a good one. Kylie’s attitude is far from […]