Saturday, 11th July 2020

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DVD Reviews & TV Programs

DVD Reviews & TV Programs

Introducing some of the more prominent DVD releases & up to the minute TV/Satellite programs




Directed by: Jaume Collet-Serra.

Starring: Peter Sarsgaard - Vera Farmiga - Isabelle Fuhrman - CCH Pounder.

Suspense Horror
The tragic loss of their unborn child has devastated Kate and John, taking a toll on both their marriage and Kate’s fragile psyche as she is plagued by nightmares and haunted by demons from her past. Struggling to regain some semblance of normalcy in their lives, the couple decides to adopt another child. At the local orphanage, both John and Kate find themselves strangely drawn to a young girl named Eesther. Almost as soon as they welcome Eesther into their home, however, an alarming series of events begins to unfold, leading Kate to believe that there’s something wrong with Eesther--this seemingly angelic little girl is not what she appears to be. Concerned for the safety of her family, Kate tries to get John and others to see past Eesther’s sweet facade. But her warnings go unheeded until it may be too late...for everyone.

Trick’r treat

Directed by: Mike Dougherty.

Starring: Brian Cox - Anna Paquin - Dylan Baker - Leslie Bibb.

Four interwoven stories take place on Halloween with such characters as a high school principal who is a Halloween serial killer, a college-age virgin seeking that special guy, a woman who hates dressing up for Halloween and whose husband is obsessed with the holiday and a group of young teens who pull a cruel prank.


I can see you

Directed by: Ggraham Reznick.

Starring: Ben Dickinson, Christopher D. Ford, Duncan Skiles.

A three-man boutique marketing firm heads to a camping site on a creative retreat, only to encounter foreboding backcountry woods, growing jealousies, murderous anger and the spirit of a ’50s spokesman of a cleaning product for which they’re developing a new marketing campaign. "I Can See You" is an unsettlingly paced, contemporary horror piece accented with psychedelic visuals, a twitchy sound design and some brief but effective violence that works more often than not. Those who go along for the ride will find it memorably weird. Also included is director Graham Reznick’s “The Viewer”, a chilling short in 3D (glasses included).


 By the time T.V. programs are printed on local publications and seen by viewers, they are often out of date.

It is very annoying to look forward to a film or program to find out that it has been changed or replaced  days or weeks, often hours, before it is due to be shown.

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