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Blu-Ray & DVD Review Round-Up: BABY DRIVER, CAGE DIVE, BELLE DU JOUR, CHANNEL ZERO & More - Movies In Focus
This time around we take a Journey To The Centre Of The Earth; discover a Resurrection Of Evil; Cage Dive gives a new meaning to going ‘down under’; Belle Du Jour is the order of the day; A Kind Of Murder is suspect in more ways than one; Channel Zero is worth viewing and Baby Driver doesn’t spin its wheels. Blu-ray Review: Journey To The Centre Of The Earth This 1959 adaptation ofJules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth is an exceptional adventure for the whole family. Henry Levin directs with verve, creating a sense of wonder as James Mason leads his crew deeper and deeper into the earth’s core. The Cinemascope visuals are stunning (this is a 4K remaster), while Bernard Herrmann‘s score is next level great – listen-out for the cue that inspired Danny Elfman’s Batman score. They don’t make them like this anymore. Special Features This Eureka release comes with a Kim Newman interview, a featurette on the film’s restoration, a commentary from Diane Baker and Film Historians Steven C. Smith and Nick Redman, a trailer and a booklet. DVD Review: Resurrection of Evil Resurrection of Evil is a well made horror that really hits the spot. Unlike a lot of genre movies, [...]