DVD & Blu-Ray Reviews

The Legend of the Holy Drinker

The Legend of the Holy Drinker

Rutger Hauer's finest performance has just been given the Blu-ray treatment it has always deserved. You must see this.
American Horror Story: Roanoke

American Horror Story: Roanoke

Another inventive and atmospheric horror anthology from the American Horror Story team, Roanoke delivers.
A Fish Called Wanda

A Fish Called Wanda

Both silly and absolutely hilarious, A Fish Called Wanda's Python-fuelled caper comedy has matured swimmingly.
Journey to the Center of the Earth

Journey to the Center of the Earth

James Mason brings another Jules Verne story to vivid, charming life in the wonderful Journey to the Center of the Earth. A must on Eureka Blu-ray!
Don't Torture a Duckling

Don't Torture a Duckling

Fulci's most assured thriller, the beguiling Don't Torture a Duckling is a giallo masterwork.
Mindhorn

Mindhorn

Deliriously silly, TV's Mighty Boosh icon Julian Barratt explodes onto the film scene with Mindhorn.
The Day of the Jackal

The Day of the Jackal

With a multi-Oscar winner at the helm, gritty assassination thriller Day of the Jackal hits the bullseye
The Tree of Wooden Clogs

The Tree of Wooden Clogs

Populated by non-actors, The Tree of Wooden Clogs feels alive. What a spell it weaves. This is the last truly essential neorealist film.
Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies

The definitive adaptation of the classic novel, Peter Brook's monochrome Lord of the Flies reigns supreme.
The Big Knife

The Big Knife

A grim chamber drama with noir overtones, Robert Aldrich's The Big Knife twists into the crooked spine of Hollywood.
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni shine in this charming anthology comedy from the Italian master Vittorio De Sica
Ronin

Ronin

Punctuated by brilliant car chases, this all-star crime thriller grips while earning your respect.
The Graduate

The Graduate

Half a century on, The Graduate endures as a shining example of what could be done during a haphazard period of film history.
The Slayer

The Slayer

Gore lovers will have a bloody good time watching this 1982 stalk and slash obscurity The Slayer.
The Handmaiden

The Handmaiden

Labyrinthine and beautifully orchestrated, Park Chan-Wook's The Handmaiden casts an alluring spell.
Going in Style

Going in Style

Caine, Freeman and Arkin? You can't fault the casting of this breezy, charming crime comedy.
The Saga of Anatahan

The Saga of Anatahan

Emotions are stripped bare in The Saga of Anatahan, a rewarding oddity in Josef von Sternberg's storied career.
The Fabulous Baron Munchausen

The Fabulous Baron Munchausen

A magical, endlessly inventive piece of pure cinema, Karel Zeman's The Fabulous Baron Munchausen shines on Blu-ray.
Free Fire

Free Fire

Reservoir Dogs with tongues in their bloodshot cheeks, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire is delirious entertainment.
The Music Room (Jalsaghar)

The Music Room (Jalsaghar)

Satyajit Ray's The Music Room is an enduring song and a beautifully regal contribution to cinema.

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