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Showtime, Storytime (Bonus DVD) ~ Nightwish
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Epic Nightwish, 3 Dec 2013
Nightwish as a band has been through a lot over the past 8 years as it's changed, vocalist, direction, changed course again, changed vocalist again and received a mixture of adoring praise and scathing bile throughout. In 2013 major changes came through and joining the Nightwish crew permanently, Floor Jansen, vocalist from After Forever and Revamp, for the tour, and then for as a permanent vocalist along with Troy Donokle who had been working with the band since 2007 on "Dark Passion Play" with his assortment of pipes and whistles. The change has been one of the most positive forces Nightwish has ever received and this live DVD is the ultimate tribute to that, an epic tour de force of… Read more
Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor - 50th Anniversa&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Matt Smith
3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Amazon allowing reviews to be written before the airing of the episode itself has caused some confusion/congestion for this release, although it's not as bad as Sherlock Series 3. Moving on, Day of the Doctor is probably the most anticipated thing Moffat has had to create, a 75 minutes special celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who with hype that's gone straight through the roof. Does it live up to expectations?

Yes, for the most part this special is really, really good. The scale is massive, the set-pieces are brilliant and the special frees itself of obstructive angst in favor of Moffat's usual surprising and kinetic storytelling. The acting from Matt Smith, David Tennant and John… Read more
Metallica Through the Never [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ James Hetfield
24 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Yes "Metallica: Through the Never" has arrived and after much hype from a rabid fanbase and a certainly mixed response - I got my chance to see it and had a mixed reaction. This movie is essentially two parts - the live Metallica concert and the plot that surrounds, or rather is on the side of it involving a young roadie sent out on a mission to get a piece of kit - and getting caught in a vicious riot which he must survive.

Because for the most part the roadie's story is tagged onto the end and beginning of songs with a few exceptions, the two are better to look at as separate entities. The concert is brilliant, excellently well filmed and edited, filled with special effects and… Read more

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