Blu-ray Reviews

Ride Like a Girl Review

The story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, a directing debut from Rachel Griffiths.

The Guinea Pig Review

A comedy-drama which dramatised concerns of its time about the class divide in education, The Guinea Pig is a dual-format release from the BFI.

The Good Die Young Review

A British noir from 1954 directed by Lewis Gilbert, The Good Die Young is a dual-format release from the BFI.

Bitter Springs Review

An adventure story of the Australian bush

The New Kids Review

“Welcome back! The party’s inside” – a menacing early role for James Spader in The New Kids

Takeshi Kitano Collection Review

A new BFI collection featuring three films by the idiosyncratic and eccentrically charming 'Beat' Kitano

Armour of God II: Operation Condor Review

On his most dangerous mission ever, the world's toughest secret agent isn't going in alone

A Foreign Affair Review

Billy Wilder's brilliant but underrated romantic comedy finally gets a Blu-ray release in the UK

Criss Cross Review

Illicit passion, greed, robbery and murder collide

Little Joe Review

Jessica Hausner's first English-language film is a chilling SF piece with a performance from Emily Beecham which won Best Actress at Cannes.

Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema Review

Over fourteen hours and forty thematic chapters, Mark Cousins takes us on a journey through film history through the eyes of the world's women directors.

Snowpiercer Review

Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer is finally available on Blu-ray in the UK and is more relevant than ever.

The Overlanders Review

The first of five films Ealing Studios made in Australia, with an early lead role for Chips Rafferty, The Overlanders remains a classic. On Blu-ray from Network.

The Best of COI: Five Decades of Public Information Films Review

Five decades of films made by the Central Office of Information

Rio Grande Review

The third instalment of Ford's Cavalry Trilogy

The Battle of the Sexes Review

Directed by Charles Crichton and starring Peter Sellers, 1960 comedy The Battle of the Sexes comes to disc from the BFI.

Color Out of Space Review

Richard Stanley is back with a cosmic horror starring Nicolas Cage