DVD & Blu-Ray Reviews

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).
Take Shelter

Take Shelter

Take Shelter presents a compelling doom spiral narrative that pulls the viewer into the abyss with it. A fantastic film.
Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji

Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji

The time has finally come to add Tomo Uchida’s Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji to the canon of true samurai classics.
Narcos: Season 3

Narcos: Season 3

The third season of Narcos only goes to show that cutting off the head of the snake doesn’t always silence the beast.
Separate Tables

Separate Tables

What, what? This Oscar winning stage adaptation may have aged more than a day but it still exudes first class charm and power.
Apprentice to Murder

Apprentice to Murder

Gorgeous scenery and an intriguing true story form the backdrop of an uneven but addictive religious thriller.
The Changeling

The Changeling

A favourite horror of the likes of Martin Scorsese and Stephen King, Peter Medak’s The Changeling makes for inventive and exhilarating entertainment.
Von Ryan’s Express

Von Ryan’s Express

Sinatra goes from crooning to careening action hero in the fantastic WW2 thriller Von Ryan’s Express, now arriving on long overdue Blu-ray.
Tideland

Tideland

Terry Gilliam goes down the rabbit hole in the wonderful 'Tideland' and returns with one of most brilliantly imaginative coming-of-age films since Jan Svankmajer's 'Alice'.
A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place

Not just a riveting thriller, A Quiet Place also marks the true genesis of a master filmmaker’s career behind the camera.
Ready Player One

Ready Player One

Ready Player One finds Steven Spielberg doing the cinematic equivalent of button bashing. It’s as infuriatingly vibrant as that sounds.
Flesh + Blood

Flesh + Blood

Paul Verhoeven’s medieval epic Flesh and Blood goes in some interesting places thanks to Rutger Hauer and Jennifer Jason Leigh’s brave work.
Street Mobster

Street Mobster

Bristling with energy, Kinji Fukasaku’s yakuza picture takes no prisoners and leaves no vice unturned.

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