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  1.  An underrated classic!


    Walter Hill's thriller finally arrives on blu-ray. The transfer itself is pretty decent to be fair. A few specks pop up every now and then, but on the whole the transfer is pleasing. Daytime scenes look pretty sharp and night time scenes look decent too.

    The only extra is an interview with the director Walter Hill which is about 45mins long.

  2.  Pulp meets Strokes meets Killers


    If you're a fan of Pulp, Killers and The Strokes then you'll love this debut album from London newcomers Spector. I first saw this band on Jools Holland late last year and thought these guys would be special.
    Well I wasn't wrong as the album is very good, but not perfect. A couple of the tracks seem like B-side material. But all in all this is a promising start and they should, if given the chance, smash it on the follow up.
    The singles Chevy Thunder and Celestine have been A listed on Radio 1 and are included.

  3.  Blu-ray review.


    I'm not going to review the film itself as most fans know what it is about. I'm just going to review the important stuff which people wanna know about this blu-ray disc.

    Picture Quality 4/5
    Sound 5/5
    Features 4/5.

    Is it worth the upgrade over the DVD? Yes it is as the picture is way better and brighter than it's counterpart. No print damage at all. A good transfer for a 16 year old movie.
    Why only 4 stars? Because the 90 min documentry Full Tilt Boogie isn't included!

  4.  Super cable!


    This is a very good cable at a great price! No messing around, just easy and top quality picture and sound. You won't be dissappointed with this product.

  5.  Poor cable!


    This item arrived in nothing but a clear plastic bag. Then It failed to connect to the HDMI socket on the TV. That'll teach me to buy a HDMI cable at that price again. Avoid!

  6.  A Return To Form


    The UK's most under-rated band returns after 4 years away with a new album. After their last effort which was average at best, I was surprised to discover this step up!! Nearly all the tracks are sing a long anthems in waiting. If you love the first 3 albums by the band, you won't be dissappointed by this. A sure-fire hit!