Definition: DVD Video Review
Australia Day continues with this Outback western, directed by Rolf de Heer and starring David Gulpilil.
Australia Day continues with this 1977 comedy-drama, reviewed in tribute to Rod Taylor, who died recently.
Kev checks out one of the latest titles from Pink Eiga: a film which blurs the lines between fantasy and reality as one woman tries to overcome her family burdens.
Lars Von Trier's Scottish-set drama, with an Oscar-nominated performance from Emily Watson, reissued by Artificial Eye.
The life and times of a femme fatale, in this black comedy directed by François Truffaut.
A man is involved with two sisters in one of Truffaut's best films, released by Artificial Eye.
Second Run DVD welcomes a delightful mixture of live-action and animation from Czech director Karel Zeman
Minority Report meets Se7en in this futuristic SF detective anime thriller...
The student spawn of Satan is back in this movie sequel to the Blue Exorcist series...
François Truffaut's classic bittersweet love story is released on disc by Artificial Eye.
It's business as usual in the first Fairy Tail movie...
Film noir goes New Wave in Truffaut's second feature, the first of twelve released by Artificial Eye.
The Globe's nerve-shattering 2013 production of Macbeth comes to DVD.
You can tell it's going to be a dark, violent anime series when the arms dealers are the good guys...
In a land ravaged by the undead, Ben and Mickey must learn to survive each other...
An overview of the Draconian Days of the 80s and 90s, essential viewing for horror fans.
Weather conditions play their part in the Globe's 2013 production of The Tempest.
The latest from Zeitgeist Films is a Romanian drama which won the Golden Bear in Berlin
A masterpiece of Polish cinema from Andrzej Wajda that still feels remarkably vital
A youth-centric pair of docs from O-scope are dusted off and reviewed