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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3 (DVD)
Paranormal Activity 3 Reviewed: 26 January 2012
 
 
The cynics will argue that this paranormal franchise that captures supernatural things on camera is getting a little long in the tooth and predictable – but that all depends on what scares you, and it still has a certain authenticity to its cinematic style that wills you into believing what you are witnessing. The latest to take up the Paranormal Activity directing mantel is Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, whose take on Oren Peli’s story involves the same premise, but stirs more initial interest because it’s the ‘prequel’ to demonic events as we know them, and will hopefully give some insight into how it all started.
Reviewer: Lisa Giles-Keddie
Rating: out of 5
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PSYCHO (Blu-ray)
Psycho Reviewed: 19 August 2010
 
 
Despite Blu-ray’s ever-growing popularity, there’s something rather inappropriate about revamping this subtle classic within a format that seems tailor-made for eye-catching blockbusters. With or without such technical wizardry, ‘Psycho’s’ appeal remains firmly lodged in the unseen horrors of the imagination, with a stripped-back repertoire of teasing glimpses and suggestive shadows. So although Hitchcock’s iconic work seems an unlikely addition to the high-definition market, its 2010 re-release adds aesthetically pleasing gloss to an already superb horror movie.
Reviewer: Faye Coulman
Rating: out of 5
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FRIDAY THE 13TH (DVD)
Friday the 13th Reviewed: 17 August 2009
 
 
This ‘Extended Cut’ of the most recent Friday film is rather more satisfying than the alternate theatrical version, which makes me wonder why they didn’t just release this in theatres in the first place.
Reviewer: Phil Davies Brown
Rating: out of 5
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DEAD SET (TV) (DVD)
Dead Set (TV) Reviewed: 02 November 2008
 
 
Yes it's only been a few days since E4's zombie-reality success 'Dead Set' hit our screens and already we're seeing the release of the DVD this Monday. Isn't this how all shows and movies should be released!? And to accompany this great mini-series comes a DVD equally full of excellent behind the scenes interviews and more.
Reviewer: Steven Davies
Rating: out of 5
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MOST HAUNTED: SERIES 9 (DVD)
Most Haunted: Series 9 Reviewed: 24 April 2008
 
 
Next week sees the release of the ninth season of the popular paranormal investigation series 'Most Haunted' on DVD. UK Living's extremely popular series finds Yvette Fielding and co-producer/investigator Karl Beattie resume their roles in taking on the UK's most haunted locations and trying to uncover and collect ghostly evidence. Joined by David Wells, the resident psychic, the team spend 24 hours in each of the selected locations to pull together as much auditory and visual paranormal verification as possible.
Reviewer: Steven Davies
Rating: out of 5
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FREAK OUT (DVD)
Freak Out Reviewed: 04 June 2006
 
 
This two disc DVD from Anchor Bay is absolutely choc full of amazing special features and that’s on top of the already hilarious film.
Reviewer: Phil Davies Brown
Rating: out of 5
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HOUSE OF WAX (DVD)
House of Wax Reviewed: 12 October 2005
 
 
The latest horror remake released to DVD comes in a swanky card sleeve with a few cool extras, but it's a far cry from the 2 disc DVD set fans were hoping to get.
Reviewer: Phil Davies Brown
Rating: out of 5
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THE RING TWO (DVD)
The Ring Two Reviewed: 30 August 2005
 
 
Hideo Nakata's 'remake' of his own popular Japanese horror movie makes it to Region 2 DVD with a few extras, but as with the first films DVD release, you get the feeling that Dreamworks are holding back on the real extras for a special edition.
Reviewer: Phil Davies Brown
Rating: out of 5
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SEED OF CHUCKY: UNRATED AND FULLY EXTENDED (DVD)
Seed of Chucky: Unrated and Fully Extended Reviewed: 26 May 2005
 
 
Following the comicalness of later movies in the Child's Play franchise the Seed of Chucky came as little surprise to most horror fans. The self-referential gags had been touched upon in its predecessor, Bride of Chucky. But in this follow up they are embraced throughout the 90 minutes.
Reviewer: Steven Davies
Rating: out of 5
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SHAUN OF THE DEAD (DVD)
Shaun of the Dead Reviewed: 14 January 2005
 
 
Shaun of the Dead has become one of the brightest and truly original comedy horrors that the UK has ever produced. I’ve been waiting so long for the genuinely talented team of Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright to bring their innovative television style to the big screen. Expect even bigger things. But lets put aside all the positive plaudits this movie has been getting and concentrate on the recent Region 1 DVD release.
Reviewer: Steven Davies
Rating: out of 5
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HARSH REALM: SEASON 1 (DVD)
Harsh Realm: Season 1 Reviewed: 28 July 2004
 
 
Harsh Realm was a little bit of an unknown to me. I was asked to review a copy of the latest DVD release of the first and only season of this unusual and original Chris Carter production. I was not even able to recall this series showing here in the UK, at least not on decent channels or shown at decent times. But surely it must have been somewhere.
Reviewer: Steven Davies
Rating: out of 5
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