Blu-ray Reviews

Dragged Across Concrete Review

Those Who Can't Earn A Living Must Find Another Way To Provide

Used Cars Review

Like new, great looking, and fully loaded with laughs

Lust for a Vampire Review

The blood of an innocent brings forth the evil that is Mircalla

Of Flesh and Blood: The Cinema of Hirokazu Kore-eda Review

Loss and family take centre stage in this exceptional Hirokazu Kore-eda boxset.

Come Back to the 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean Review

It has been 20 years since his death but time for the McCarthy, Texas chapter of the Disciples of James Dean to reunite

Don't Look Now 4K Review

The psychology of grief and the effect a child's death can have on a marriage

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Review

Betty Smith's 1943 novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is beautifully adapted by first-time director Elia Kazan.

Donbass Review

In the Donbass, war is called peace, propaganda is uttered as truth and hatred is declared to be love

Weird Science Review

If you can't get a date, make one!

Sixteen Candles Review

Turning sixteen isn't easy when you've fallen in love... for the first time

Captain Marvel Review

It's all about Goose's wing-woman

Asylum Review

Amicus Films proves, once again, that they are pioneers in Horror Anthologies.

Night Moves Review

Maybe he would find the girl... maybe he would find himself - a Hackman classic finally arrives on Blu-ray.