DVD & Blu-Ray Reviews

The Fog

The Fog

John Carpenter’s most atmospheric horror rolls in to breathtaking view thanks to this fantastic 4K UHD Blu-ray set.
12 Monkeys

12 Monkeys

Nearly quarter of a century on, sci-fi noir 12 Monkeys remains one of Terry Gilliam’s most successful and accessible feats of blistering imagination.
Columbo: Season One

Columbo: Season One

Riveting and roguishly charming TV detective Columbo is back and looking better than ever. Just one more thing, you need to upgrade to this Blu-ray. 
Il Postino: The Postman

Il Postino: The Postman

Fans of Cinema Paradiso and Dead Poets Society must seek out Michael Radford’s charming, spellbinding Italian masterpiece Il Postino: The Postman.
The Uninvited

The Uninvited

Incredible, Oscar nominated cinematography bolsters Lewis Allen’s feature film debut - the atmospheric ghost story The Uninvited.
City of the Living Dead

City of the Living Dead

Lucio Fulci’s horror masterwork City of the Living Dead is back from an early grave and looking better than ever on a fully loaded definitive Arrow Blu-ray.
The Rockford Files: Season One

The Rockford Files: Season One

With James Garner in the lead, The Rockford Files is a breezy watch with real staying power. The pristine new Blu-ray is a must for crime TV fanatics.
Halloween

Halloween

A horror masterpiece, John Carpenter’s Halloween still cuts deep four decades and countless imitators later.
A Raisin in the Sun

A Raisin in the Sun

Sauntering from its stage origins to the screen, A Raisin in the Sun is a powerful story of desperation and defiance that illuminates social flux with real grace and grit. An essential film.
Memoirs of an Invisible Man

Memoirs of an Invisible Man

John Carpenter’s severely underrated Memoirs of an Invisible Man has spent too long in the shadows. This new Blu-ray will finally bring a fun, thrilling and energetic romp to light.
Kings of the Road

Kings of the Road

Serene, captivating and darkly beautiful - Wim Wenders’ epic road trip drama Kings of the Road makes for a rewarding cinematic diversion.
The Comfort of Strangers

The Comfort of Strangers

The combination of Venetian location photography, the enigmatic Paul Schrader in the director’s chair and a stellar cast make The Comfort of Strangers as inviting and mysterious as its title suggests.
My Man Godfrey

My Man Godfrey

My Man Godfrey is a delightful screwball for all classes of viewer - fuzzy enough to warm nostalgic old hearts and rapid-fire enough for today’s scatterbrain streaming generation.
Juliet of the Spirits

Juliet of the Spirits

Colourful visions, fantasies and memories collide to absolutely brilliant effect in Fellini’s first colour feature Juliet of the Spirits - out now on suitably vibrant Blu-ray.
Salvador

Salvador

One of Oliver Stone's most bracing efforts as a writer or director, Salvador is often overshadowed by his bolder works but make no mistake... this is a hellish masterpiece that demands to be rediscovered.
Horrors of Malformed Men

Horrors of Malformed Men

A film that oozes through and incinerates genre trappings, Teruo Ishii’s Horrors of Malformed Men is a ghastly and ghostly Japanese cult classic.
The Pyjama Girl Case

The Pyjama Girl Case

Some nice diversions (including an Oscar winner in the lead role) transform sleazy giallo The Pyjama Girl Case into something special.
The Man from Mo’Wax

The Man from Mo’Wax

A fascinating music documentary that offers something deeper than the usual rise, fall and rise again narrative. The Man from Mo’Wax will melt your senses.
Witness for the Prosecution

Witness for the Prosecution

A double-crossing, charming and unforgettable hybrid of two writing powerhouses make Billy Wilder’s take on Agatha Christie’s mystery an absolute classic.
Heathers

Heathers

A genuine cult classic with a hell of an edge, this is the Christian Slater we know and love (to loathe).

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