Tag: masters-of-cinema

Eureka announces Blu-ray releases for April

Eureka announces Blu-ray releases for April 2021, including Karloff at Columbia, Two Films by John Ford, Three Edgar Allan Poe Adaptations Starring Bela Lugosi and Russian Raid.

Buster Keaton: 3 Films (Vol.1) Review

Three timeless Buster Keaton films lovingly restored and presented in a wonderful collection.

The Last Waltz Review

Capturing the end of an era as well as several major musicians at their peak, The Last Waltz is one the great rock concert films.

Forty Guns Review

Samuel Fuller's greatest western gets the Masters of Cinema treatment

Paper Moon Review

Peter Bogdanovich's 1973 hit finally gets a release on shiny disc in the UK.

Two for the Road: Masters of Cinema Review

Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney star in the 1967 cult comedy-romance, from Masters of Cinema.

Too Late Blues Review

Jazz on a summer's day as John Cassavetes' studio picture comes to MoC Dual Format

Harold and Maude (Masters of Cinema) Review

Heartwarming tale of romance between a 20-year-old who fakes suicides and a 79-year-old car thief

Roma Review

Baz Hood reviews the Masters of Cinema dual-format release of Fellini's love letter to Rome.

Il Bidone Review

An early Fellini masterpiece gets a loving treatment from the Masters of Cinema series and a write-up by clydefro

Martin Scorsese Presents: World Cinema Project Volume One Review

A collection of three films rescued and restored by Scorsese's World Cinema Project, released by Masters of Cinema

Van Gogh: Masters of Cinema Review

Maurice Pialat's film of the last days of the great painter comes to Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema.

A Time to Love and a Time to Die: Masters of Cinema Review

A soldier on furlough finds a temporary love in Douglas Sirk's 1958 war movie/romance, given a Blu-ray upgrade by Masters of Cinema.

La Notte: Masters of Cinema Review

Michelangelo Antonioni's 1961 film gets a Blu-ray upgrade from Masters of Cinema.

The Birth of a Nation: Masters of Cinema Review

At once hugely important in film history and controversial from the outset, D.W. Griffith's Civil War epic comes to Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema.

Simon Killer Review

A rare modern release from Masters of Cinema. John is in the chair

Tabu - A Story of the South Seas Review

F.W. Murnau’s late silent masterpiece is upgraded to High Definition.

The Complete (Existing) Films of Sadao Yamanaka Review

Kev takes a look at Eureka's presentation of the only films known left to exist from the revered yet largely overlooked director.