Home  •  About  •  Contact  •  Twitter  •  Google+  •  Facebook  •  Tumblr  •  Youtube  •  RSS Feed

Blu-ray & DVD

Only God Forgives

Ryan Gosling stars in this Thai-set revenge thriller directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. It’s a film that pushes the boundaries of what we’ve come to know as Ultra Violence. More…

Only God Forgives
The World’s End

Pegg and Frost team up again and this time they take us to the town of Newton Haven for a rather messy night out that involves finishing an epic pub crawl – before they’re replaced by robots! More…

The World’s End
Pacific Rim

Guillermo del Toro unleashes the mighty kaijus and Jaegers on us, but does the epic Pacific Rim manage to hold its story together long enough for the title sequence to finish playing? More…

Pacific Rim
The Bling Ring

Adopting an incredible true story, Sofia Coppola shifts her lens slightly and uses exciting, contemporary visuals to examine youth and surface in relation to celebrity today. More…

The Bling Ring
Now You See Me

With his latest movie, director Louis Leterrier pulls the proverbial rabbit out of his hat, and by revealing all the tricks he might just fool us big time. More…

Now You See Me
World War Z

Marc Forster directs World War Z, based on the 2006 novel of the same name by Max Brooks, starring Brad Pitt as a former UN employee tasked with tracking the origins of a worldwide super-virus. More…

World War Z
MDNA World Tour

Does Madonna’s performance capitalize on the Sandy Hook and Aurora tragedies or does she highlight our society’s tendency to glamourize guns by doing so herself? More…

MDNA World Tour
Star Trek Into Darkness

With a few topical clicks, stunning action sequences, engaging story and a number of winks to the Trekkies, J. J. Abrams delivers the goods once again with Star Trek Into Darkness. More…

Star Trek Into Darkness
Iron Man 3

The first film in the Marvel universe that takes place in a post-Avengers world, Iron Man 3 takes on a more serious tone without ever losing the wit we have come to love. More…

Iron Man 3
Oblivion

Based on Joseph Kosinski’s unpublished graphic novel of the same name, Oblivion is a film attempting to tackle some of the most fundamental issues surrounding human nature. More…

Oblivion
Robot And Frank

Set in the near future, an ex-jewel thief receives a gift from his son: a robot butler programmed to look after him. But soon the two companions try their luck as a heist team. More…

Robot And Frank
Wreck-It Ralph

When the arcade shuts for the day, the games characters come out to play. It’s not all candy-coatings for bad-guy Ralph, but a joy ride for fans of old computer games. More…

Wreck-It Ralph
Safety Not Guaranteed

Colin Trevorrow’s directorial debut is a charming romantic indie science fiction film that questions what you would change about your past if you had a time machine. More…

Safety Not Guaranteed
Banana

In this mini-movie from the Despicable Me home release, we see how a single banana causes a stampede at a secret base where weapons of mass destruction are being manufactured. More…

Banana
Despicable Me

When a super-villain uses a trio of orphan girls as pawns for a grand scheme, he finds their love is profoundly changing him for the better. Unfortunately the same can’t be said for his minions! More…

Despicable Me

© 2017 STATIC MASS EMPORIUM . All Rights Reserved. Powered by METATEMPUS | creative.timeless.personal.   |   DISCLAIMER, TERMS & CONDITIONS

HOME | ABOUT | CONTACT | TWITTER | GOOGLE+ | FACEBOOK | TUMBLR | YOUTUBE | RSS FEED

CINEMA REVIEWS | BLU-RAY & DVD | THE EMPORIUM | DOCUMENTARIES | WORLD CINEMA | CULT MOVIES | INDIAN CINEMA | EARLY CINEMA

MOVIE CLASSICS | DECONSTRUCTING CINEMA | SOUNDTRACKS | INTERVIEWS | THE DIRECTOR’S CHAIR | JAPANESE CINEMA