Tag: blu-ray-review

Restless Natives Blu-ray Review

Restless Natives gets a long overdue HD release.

Host Blu-ray Review

Host is a charming, enjoyable and snappy little horror film, with some genuine scares.

Mogul Mowgli Blu-ray Review

Mogul Mowgli, starring Riz Ahmed as a British-Asian rapper facing a life-chaning illness, is released on Blu-ray by the BFI.

Pulse Blu-ray Review

Pulse gets a brand new Blu-ray release via Eureka!

Possessor Blu-ray Review

Brandon Cronenberg's Sci-Fi Horror offers a chilling and expansive world on blu-ray

Link Blu-ray Review

Man is no longer in control...Link is on the loose! A new 4K restoration of Richard Franklin's suspense thriller.

Marlene Dietrich at Universal 1940-1942 Blu-ray Review

Fourfilms made by Marlene Dietrich over two years for Universal, with John Wayne playing opposite her in three of them. Released on Blu-ray by the BFI.

Roadgames Blu-ray Review

For Australia Day, a look at Richard Franklin's 1981 thriller Roadgames, starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis, released on Blu-ray by Indicator.

The Last Wave Blu-ray Review

The first release on Umbrella Entertainment's Sunburnt Screens label, Peter Weir's classic The Last Wave comes to Blu-ray.

Blue Sky Blu-ray Review

Tony Richardson's final film as director, with an Oscar-winning performance from Jessica Lange, is released on Blu-ray from the BFI.

Relic Blu-ray Review

Keeping it in the family in Natalie Erika James’ chilling horror.

A Soldier's Story Blu-ray Review

The screen version of Charles Fuller's powerful tale of racism in WW II America finally arrives on UK blu-ray.

I Start Counting Blu-ray Review

A distinctive thriller from 1970, long not always easy to see, on Blu-ray from Fun CIty Editions.

Polytechnique Blu-ray Review

Denis Villeneuves 2009 film, reconstructing the Montreal college shootings of 1989, is one of his best films. Released by the BFI on Blu-ray in both its French and English versions.

The Siege of Pinchgut Blu-ray Review

Set in Sydney, The Siege of Pinchgut was the last film of Ealing Studios. Now on Blu-ray from Network.

La Haine: 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Blu-ray Review

Hardly dated at all, La Haine gets a twenty-fifth anniversary Blu-ray edition from the BFI.