The Hunger Games Catching Fire (Blu-Ray & DVD): Review

The Film The second film in the Hunger Games series, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has repeat viewing power, meaning you can watch it again with friends and family on disc now, and take home the cinema experience. Read the SAMDB Review of The Hunger Games; Catching Fire. The Blu-Ray The Blu-Ray is how a […]

The Family (DVD): Review

The Film With Robert De Niro, Tommy-Lee Jones, and Michelle Pfeiffer, you’re sure to get a tour-de-force of talent, and they don’t disappoint. The Manzoni family, part of a mafia organisation, are relocated by the FBI to Normandy, France, as part of a witness protection deal. Old habits die hard, and Giovanni soon gets up […]

Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa (DVD): Review

The Film Reprising his role as Irving Zisman, Johnny Knoxville returns in Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, on a journey from Nebraska to North Carolina, with his 8 year old grandson, Billy. The unlikely companions take the audience along on a ride of hidden-camera hijinks, catching the public unaware, and setting up some elaborate pranks and […]

Muppets Most Wanted: Review

They’re back, and this time it’s a global tour. The Muppet’s Most Wanted follows their world tour, and the seedy story of the World’s Number One Criminal. Just one problem,  he looks almost like Kermit! The cast is a veritable who’s who of cameos and stars, with Tina Fey delivering a hilarious performance as a […]

iNumber Number Wins Audience Choice Award At Jozi Film Festival

‘iNumber Number’, the South African thriller written and directed by Donovan Marsh, has won the coveted Audience Choice Award at the third annual Jozi Film Festival. The festival winners were announced 23 February at an Awards ceremony held at The Rand Club in Johannesburg. The film opens in cinemas nationwide on 25 April 2014. “Now […]

Mr Peabody & Sherman: Review

Starting in the 1950’s and 60’s as a television series, the characters of Mr. Peabody and Sherman came about. Mr. Peabody, a talking dog how was never adopted as a puppy. He wins the right, in court, to adopt a human child. This joy comes to him in the form of Sherman, whom he tries […]

Need For Speed: Review

It began in 1994 with a game from Electronic Arts (EA), The Need For Speed was first released on the 3DO, and then ported to DOS on the PC, PlayStation and Sega Saturn. The game included racing exotic cars, impressive audio and video for the day, and introduced us to police pursuits, where players would […]

The Lego Movie: Review

A delightful tale, imagined by a child, comes to life on screen with the one of the most widely acquired toy in the world. Lego, loved by children, and still used by adults. Those bricks that can make anything come to life. The Lego Movie tells the story of an ordinary Lego man, thought to […]

I, Frankenstein: Review

I, Frankenstein, the tale of the monster of Victor Frankenstein 200 years on. Having wondered the Earth after the death of his creator. Following an incident where he kills a group of demons, he is recruited by the gargoyles to fight in a war that has raged for generations, being the one who is able […]

Prisoners (DVD): Review

The Film How far would you go to save your child? Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) goes far, crossing the line. With Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) close on his heels. With Dover’s daughter and friend missing, Prisoners is a drama about family, and loved ones, and an intense thriller. Plot twists and red herrings a-plenty, the […]

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