Tag: Blu Ray
Though the films may appear to be obtuse they are beautifully haunting and dream-like, and enhanced by the extras that Arrow Academy has included on all six of these discs. This is a strong recommendation for any cinephile looking for something new.
Kung Fu Yoga is the type of Asian fusion that leaves you feeling drained and a little nauseous. If you want Jackie Chan-style action go back to his earlier films
The Age of Shadows is a taut and atmospheric thriller. It looks and sounds amazing on Blu-ray, and despite the fact that the disc does not contain any real extras, the movie more than makes up for it.
Huge selection of titles cheaper than elsewhere. Time to stock up on classic cinema
Two more titles coming from Criterion this September
Boccaccio 70 is a great ride, despite its 3 hours run time. Each segment is a joy to watch with unique things to say about 1960s Italian society that unfortunately still run true today. The limited choice of extras let the disc down but overall, CULTfILMS has produced a good release.
The Amityville Horror hasn't really aged well, but it hasn't aged badly either, it just kind of is. The extras do a lot to explore the story behind the film and the cast interviews are entertaining, and these make this limited edition worth it for the hardcore fan
The five films that are part of The Four Marx Brothers have not aged well technically or content wise, but the bonus features make this collection
Stockholm My Love is a film that works better as a conversation piece, it is something you talk about after watching it rather than watch it, and the extras do nothing except help you to talk about it.
Ben Pinsent takes a look at the Blu-ray release of Kôji Fukada's Harmonium, the tense thriller that took Cannes by storm
Ben Pinsent reviews the Blu-ray release of Herman Yau's Ip Man: The Final Fight and asks whether it is definitely the FINAL fight?
Mum's the word as Ben reviews the Blu-ray release of Alice Lowe's directorial debut.
Film lovers start your engines, Ben Pinsent reviews Steve McQueen: The Man and Le Mans, an epic documentary about the actor and the classic race film.
Ben Pinsent takes a look at the home release of Denial to ask why this movie was denied an Oscar
Ben Pinsent investigates Kinji Fukasaku's Japanese Crime Drama, Cops vs Thugs,coming to Blu-ray soon
Ben Pinsent investigates the Paranormal with Sidney J. Furie's 1982 film, The Entity, released on Blu-ray by Eureka!
Dario Argento's strange and surreal arthouse-horror Phenomena comes to Blu-ray, Ben Pinsent heads to the alps to investigate.
Will Ben Pinsent survive the home release of The Void?
DVD & Blu-ray Releases For Week Commencing 8th May 2017
Ben Pinsent tucks into Criterion's Blu Ray release of Juzo Itami's cult Ramen-Western, Tampopo