Tag: blu-ray-review

Crime, Characters, and Christie in Knives Out

Knives Out is now out on home release, and we can't wait to dive back into this clever and loving tribute to murder mysteries.

Runaway Review

Tom Selleck takes on the Runaways in Michael Crichton's 80s sci-fi thriller.

Model Shop Review

A love story of America with the touch of now

Upgrade: Limited Edition Review

This Limited Edition Blu-ray release of Leigh Whannell’s smart sci-fi is well worth the Upgrade.

The Bells of St. Mary's Review

The bells of St. Mary's. Ah, hear they are calling

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

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

Donbass Review

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

Asylum Review

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

People on Sunday Review

We review the BFI's newest release of People on Sunday - an early work of six of the finest émigré directors, writers and cinematographers.

The Andromeda Strain Review

Robert Wise’s cult sci-fi gets the 4K treatment from Arrow

Drive Review

Zane Lowe's rescore of Nicolas Winding Refn's stylish neo-noir arrives on Blu-ray

Mega Time Squad Review

Tim Van Dammen's goofy time travel film arrives on Blu-ray next week

Stranger in the House Review

Julien reviews 1967's Stranger in the House, a new addition to the BFI Flipside collection

Climax Review

There ain’t no party like a Gaspar Noé party.

Dave Made a Maze Review

A magical cardboard journey that sadly falls flat.

De Niro & De Palma: The Early Films Review

Robert De Niro’s waiting, talking De Palma