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Watch this... Blade of The Immortal

David Roy
RELEASED today and showing at QFT Belfast from next week, Japanese flick Blade of The Immortal offers viewers plenty of hyper-choreographed limb-slicing swordplay.

Don't miss: Sorcerer at QFT Belfast

David Roy
I FIRST saw Sorcerer a couple of years ago during the Belfast Film Festival, when William Friedkin's 1977 cult classic received a rare public screening at their 'Beanbag Cinema'.

New movies: The Disaster Artist and Happy End

THE DISASTER ARTIST (15, 103 mins) Independently financed to the reported tune of $6 million, romantic drama The Room premiered in 2003 and has subsequently gained a cult following as one of the worst films of all time.

Blu-ray of The Week: Terminator 2 3-D

David Roy
JAMES Cameron's superb Terminator sequel gets another home release in the wake of its recent 3D-retooling and 4K restoration for cinema audiences.

Film Review: The Man Who Invented Christmas

IN THE third stave of Charles Dickens's morality tale A Christmas Carol, the narrator pithily observes "there is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humour".

New to download, stream or buy on DVD/Blu-ray

Blue Planet II (Cert U, 413 mins, BBC Earth, available now on Amazon Video/BBC iPlayer/iTunes and other download and streaming services, available from November 27 on DVD £24.

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