Definition: Blu-ray Review
A new UK Blu-ray release of the restoration of Fassbinder's 1973 SF series World on a Wire
There ain’t no party like a Gaspar Noé party.
Cocteau's classic remains essential viewing 70 years after its release
A magical cardboard journey that sadly falls flat.
The Chain Reaction mixes then-topical anti-nuclear concerns with a conspiracy thriller. On Blu-ray from Umbrella Entertainment in its Ozploitation Classics line, it is reviewed for Australia Day.
The Universe's deadliest hunter returns on Blu-ray.
For Australia Day at The Digital Fix, Breath takes us back to the 1970s, and an older man comes between two childhood friends. Based on Tim Winton's novel, Breath is directed by and stars Simon Baker.
For Australia Day at The Digital Fix, Age of Consent, Michael Powell's last full-length feature as director, is an attractive story of older artist James Mason invigorated by younger Helen Mirren.
A release for horror completionists only
A superb early example of the Czechoslovak New Wave receives a well-deserved upgrade.
Dark Icelandic fare about a tree and a whole lot more besides
Love makes monsters of us all
Robert De Niro’s waiting, talking De Palma
Woodfall Films' portmanteau feature Red White and Zero is now available in the UK
Has anyone seen Cisco Delgado? There's a new sheriff in town with a score to settle.
The kind of terror that could never be... until now
Yanks marked an early role for Richard Gere featuring life in wartime Britain, romantic entanglements and baking.
Tea at Four. Dinner at Eight. Murder at Midnight.