Wednesday, November 19, 2014

New & Latest Blu-ray/DVD Discs Review - Do not miss

Summary: Really don't want to miss the opportunity to watch your favorite DVDs on your all portable devices anywhere? Getting a hot DVD discs review and choose your favorite one. 
 
1. Dom Hemingway (2013)
  


 

The Buzz: Writer/director Richard Shepard has been working mostly in TV since his experiencing an indie-film breakthrough, The Matador, back in 2005. His career heated up again thanks to "Girls", where he has directed a handful of episodes, some of them featuring the incredible Richard E. Grant, who co-stars here. Jude Law finds himself surrounded by a wonderful principal cast who have found success on television; Law himself seems like a prime candidate for a cable-TV program, right? 
  
2. Afflicted (2013)

 

The Buzz: CBS Films gets into the found-footage niche market with this, the feature debut from filmmaking duo Derek Lee and Clif Prowse, who won big at last year's Fantastic Fest, where Afflicted won Best Director, Screenplay, and Best Picture. Odd that there's been very little promotion for the release though. 

3. Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
  
 

The Buzz: That Tom Hiddleston is hot enough to cause Tilda Swinton to fly from Tangiers to Detroit is one of many truths to be found in this music-soaked vampire fantasy from Jim Jarmusch, who is flirting with the mainstream for the first time since 2005's Broken Flowers. 

4. Locke (2013)

 

The Buzz: While your average movie-watcher has probably seen Tom Hardy perform in any number of movies -- dating all the way back to his big-screen debut in Black Hawk Down -- he's certainly not a household name yet. This contained thriller might not turn him into a superstar, but we sense that part of its design is to help showcase his leading-man appeal against a more subdued backdrop than, say, The Dark Knight Rises.

5. Blue Ruin (2013)

 

The Buzz: We're quite intrigued by Jeremy Saulnier's Cannes-award-winning revenge thriller which positions his lifelong friend Macon Blair as a man so haunted by another person's violent act that he fully turns away from conventional society, only to return to it as a novice assassin.