Blu-ray Reviews

Red White and Zero Review

Red White and Zero Review

Woodfall Films' portmanteau feature Red White and Zero is now available in the UK

Texas, Adios Review

Texas, Adios Review

Has anyone seen Cisco Delgado? There's a new sheriff in town with a score to settle.

The Serpent's Egg Review

The Serpent's Egg Review

The kind of terror that could never be... until now

Yanks Review

Yanks Review

Yanks marked an early role for Richard Gere featuring life in wartime Britain, romantic entanglements and baking.

Gosford Park Review

Gosford Park Review

Tea at Four. Dinner at Eight. Murder at Midnight.

Marathon Man Review

Marathon Man Review

No. It's not safe, it's... very dangerous, be careful.

La Belle et la Bête Review

La Belle et la Bête Review

One of the definitive adaptations of the well-known fairy tale, Jean Cocteau's La Belle et la Bête is released on Blu-ray by the BFI.

Incredibles 2 Review

Incredibles 2 Review

Pixar’s favourite super-family are back

Gas Food Lodging Review

Gas Food Lodging Review

They're sisters. But it will take a miracle to make them a family

The Last Waltz Review

The Last Waltz Review

Capturing the end of an era as well as several major musicians at their peak, The Last Waltz is one the great rock concert films.

Jackie Chan's Project A & Project A Part II Review

Jackie Chan's Project A & Project A Part II Review

Chan-fronted Project A & Project A II get a superb release by Eureka!

Next of Kin Review

Next of Kin Review

One of Tarantino's favourites, this stylish long forgotten Ozploitation classic is finally back!

Daisies Review

Daisies Review

Can't you smell it?

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Distant Voices, Still Lives restored and now available on Blu-ray thanks to the BFI

Night of the Creeps Review

Night of the Creeps Review

I got good news and bad news, girls. The good news is your dates are here. The bad news…they're dead!

The Early Films of Olivier Assayas Review

The Early Films of Olivier Assayas Review

Andy reviews Arrow Academy's newest release which contains two early works of Olivier Assayas.