DVD & Blu-Ray Reviews

It's a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life

Frank Capra's feelgood Christmas classic is just as good as everyone says it is - now ever better on home video thanks to its great Blu-ray.
Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn

Bing Crosby sings 'White Christmas' in this flawed festive favourite - and with this new DVD you get to see him do it all in colour too.
The Last Boy Scout

The Last Boy Scout

Bruce Willis masters witty one liners, driving fast, shooting first and doing a jig in Tony Scott's high speed race through Shane Black's notorious 1990s script.
Three Kings

Three Kings

These Three Kings of Orient are stealing a fortune of gold in David O Russell's classic war satire that matches its thrills and spills with laugh out loud moments.
Inception

Inception

Christopher Nolan makes the blockbuster intelligent again with a sci-fi masterwork epic in imagination with big budget action to back it up.
Peeping Tom

Peeping Tom

'Peeping Tom' is a jarring, ugly little film from a director renowned for his glossy elegance. It's also one of Michael Powell's best.
The Disappearance of Alice Creed

The Disappearance of Alice Creed

In an admirable career u-turn for Gemma Arterton, she finds herself gagged and tied to a bed for most of this low-key kidnap thriller but not without sacrificing her power.
Se7en

Se7en

Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman make a convincing pair of detectives in David Fincher's darkly phophetic neo-noir masterpiece.
Greenberg

Greenberg

'Greenberg' gives Ben Stiller a rare opportunity to flex his acting muscles, and he proves to be a truly capable serious actor in Noah Baumbach's slightly flawed and extremely detached new film.
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Crazed Nicolas Cage puts his bunnies back in the box and stars in this absolutely disgraceful yet fascinating thriller...
Solitary Man

Solitary Man

With 'Solitary Man', Michael Douglas isn't on the run or driven by his high-powered business prospects, he's crumbling inside...

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