Let Fury Have The Hour

Monday, February 23 2015
Let Fury Have The Hour

It was the Observer’s home entertainment reviewer Guy Lodge who noted that the releases which arrived the day after the Oscar ceremony were perhaps one day intended for an all-singing all-dancing release in the wake of a triumph the night before. But, he further added, “this week’s DVD release slate looks more like a boulevard […]

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Be My Baba

Tuesday, February 17 2015
Be My Baba

Remember the early days of DVD? When receiving a disc was exciting not just because of the promise of superior sound and picture quality? There was the promise of extra material, lots of accompanying documentaries and interviews, commentaries, trailers, titbits and, perhaps best of all, an Easter egg – a hidden extra buried somewhere in […]

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The Beautiful Game

Monday, February 16 2015
The Beautiful Game

HBO head of home entertainment Sofia Chang is in London for little more than 36 hours, arriving one evening, spending a busy day carrying out interviews to promote the latest Game Of Thrones physical release and then flying out again later. It’s a busy schedule, when The Raygun meets her, in central London’s Soho House; […]

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Looking back, looking forwards…

Monday, February 16 2015
Looking back, looking forwards…

So, at the end of the year, and beginning of 2015, we asked assorted Raygun readers, industry people, senior executives and other key figures and observers, about the best and worst of 2014 from their perspectives, what they’d seen of note over the year, what their hopes and fears were for the year ahead. Here […]

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The Week In Video Part LX

Sunday, February 1 2015
The Week In Video Part LX

The latest in our regular instalments rounding up our recent home viewing, paying a particularly keen eye on a title’s home entertainment potential… Currently sitting pretty in the top five overall Official Charts Company sales charts, Boyhood has had critics – and audiences – positively salivating in recent months. It not only made most critics’ […]

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