DVD & Blu-Ray Reviews

Four Film Noir Classics (Arrow Academy Blu-ray/DVD set)

Four Film Noir Classics (Arrow Academy Blu-ray/DVD set)

Shining a glimmer of light across four forgotten classics from a dark genre, Arrow’s excellent Blu-ray set is a must for classic crime lovers.
Baby Driver

Baby Driver

Edgar Wright’s unexpected box office smash combines music, car chases and Tarantino-esque dialogue with intoxicatingly vibrant results.
Westworld: Season One

Westworld: Season One

One of TV’s most inventive and engaging newcomers, Westworld is a wondrous escape.
Departures

Departures

A gentle, beautiful picture, Japan’s surprising Best Foreign Film Oscar winner is an absolute must.
The Tiger

The Tiger

Beautifully staged, rich in history and generously spread across nearly two and a half hours, The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale wavers between deep thought and visceral thrills.
Buster Keaton: Sherlock Jr., The General and Steamboat Bill, Jr.

Buster Keaton: Sherlock Jr., The General and Steamboat Bill, Jr.

One of comedy’s most influential auteurs, Buster Keaton revolutionised the art-form. This triple Blu-ray set of his finest work is a cinephile’s dream.
Voice of the Moon

Voice of the Moon

The great Italian director Fellini bids arrivederci in typical madcap style with Voice of the Moon - a film with glimmers of brilliance.
Carnival of Souls

Carnival of Souls

55 years later, Herk Harvey’s vintage horror Carnival of Souls has lost none of its foreboding atmosphere. A creeping, mesmerising classic.
The Lure

The Lure

Polish sci-fi/horror/musical mashup The Lure is a blistering journey out of many a Brit’s cinematic comfort zone. Embrace it.
The Mummy

The Mummy

For all its charm and star wattage, The Mummy unravels itself to reveal little of substance.
The Thing

The Thing

Inventive, engaging, thrilling and charismatic, Carpenter’s The Thing has revealed itself to be a timeless high-water mark in the horror and sci-fi genres.
The Wages of Fear

The Wages of Fear

One of the first true action films, explosive road trip The Wages of Fear is the thriller Hitchcock wished he made.
George A Romero: Between Night and Dawn

George A Romero: Between Night and Dawn

A trio of seldom seen and underrated Romero pictures show that there’s more to this auteur than just zombies.
The Vikings

The Vikings

Beautifully shot on location in Norway, the Kirk Douglas spearheaded epic The Vikings holds up magnificently.
The Party

The Party

Accept this invite to one of the 1960s most refreshing and inventive comedies - The Party.
Blood Feast

Blood Feast

A cult classic and a trailblazer in the horror genre, 1963's Blood Feast is as tasteless as its title.
The Untamed

The Untamed

A disarming, disturbing enigma, The Untamed combines domestic drama with body horror.
Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

Embodying girl power both behind and in front of the lens, Wonder Woman succeeds as an exciting and engaging slice of popcorn cinema.
Lethal Weapon: The Complete First Season

Lethal Weapon: The Complete First Season

Leave your reservations at the door - this Lethal Weapon TV reboot is fuelled with a firestorm of bromantic chemistry.
The Red Turtle

The Red Turtle

Without saying a word, The Red Turtle speaks volumes about the human condition.

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