Tag: Blu Ray

Birth of the Dragon Review

Birth of the Dragon Review

The film about the fight that created the legend isn't all that legendary

My Generation Review

My Generation Review

People try to put us d-down...

Black Venus Review

Black Venus Review

Model of sensuality. Object of desire. Target of lust.

Early Man Review

Early Man Review

The greatest underdog story in prehistory.

Death Smiles on a Murderer Review

Death Smiles on a Murderer Review

Klaus Kinski smiles on a murderer.

The Bloodthirsty Trilogy Review

The Bloodthirsty Trilogy Review

Toho studios brings the vampiric tropes of the Dracula legend to Japan.

Cure Review

Cure Review

Seek it out.

Acts of Vengeance Review

Acts of Vengeance Review

Payback speaks louder than words.

The Super Inframan Review

The Super Inframan Review

Princess Dragon Mom and her mutant army have arisen and only Inframan can stop them.

Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years. Vol. 2 - Border Crossing: The Crime and Action Movies Review

Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years. Vol. 2 - Border Crossing: The Crime and Action Movies Review

Border Crossing: The Crime and Action Movies - Vol.2 of Seijun Suzuki’s early years is available from Arrow Academy now.

Blade of the Immortal Review
Jarman Volume One: 1972-1986 (Limited Edition Blu-ray set) Review

Jarman Volume One: 1972-1986 (Limited Edition Blu-ray set) Review

In celebration of Derek Jarman's cinematic legacy (Volume I).

An Actor's Revenge Review

An Actor's Revenge Review

A Kabuki actor exacts a bloody revenge.

McCabe & Mrs Miller Review

McCabe & Mrs Miller Review

The story of a gambling man and a hustling lady and the empire they fashioned from the wilderness.

Re:Born Review

Re:Born Review

If you want my blood... come and get it.

The Cat O'Nine Tails Review

The Cat O'Nine Tails Review

This Argento doesn't quite "out-Psycho" Psycho.

Jigsaw Review

Jigsaw Review

Eighth time's a charm.

Family Values: Three Films by Hirokazu Kore-eda Review

Family Values: Three Films by Hirokazu Kore-eda Review

It's a family affair with Arrow's boxset release of three of Hirokazu Kore-eda's most exceptional works.