A Chinese epic comes to the UK on DVD, Ben Pinsent looks to see if it is worth the wait
Mirroring events in Paris last year, Nocturama is a terrifyingly relevant story, but lacks something to make it truly interesting.
Bartosz M. Kowalski’s Playground is a hard-hitting, realistic drama, with a terrifying conclusion that will leave you reeling for days.
Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only the End of the World is a powerful, tragic tale, and a beautifully mesmerising one.
Pete Travis delivers an intriguing London-set film noir, with a fascinating central turn from Riz Ahmed.
Andrea Arnold's American Honey is an entrancing, energetic road trip movie that follows a group of teens in search of the American dream.
The BFI’s mid-summer 2015 Blu-ray and DVD releases feature the cream of British and international directors.
Replicant return to the cinema in April.
What's this Watson? Holmes on DVD?
Baz Hood reviews the BFI's upcoming Blu-Ray of Kurosawa's much beloved epic.
Baz Hood looks at the excellent BFI dual-format release of the seminal Lon Chaney horror movie.
Mike Sutton looks at the BFI's dual-format release of this important historical documentary.
A tribute to London through nostalgia and harmonies
The potential World War Z sequel loses it director, 24 shoots in London, Ted returns and more in this weeks Friday Roundup.
Chilling tales from the Childrens Film Foundation presented as part of the BFI's Gothic strand.
The latest BFI flipside release contains Saxon Logan's 80s political horror and The Insomniac. The new Blu reviewed
Dual-format edition for Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's avant-garde classic.
The latest from the BFI's Children's Film Foundation collection...
The films of BS Johnson.
Blu-ray upgrade for Lotte Reiniger's classic animation.