Definition: Bluray Review
Ben Pinsent reviews the 1988 TV mini series of Jack the Ripper starring Michael Caine
A new Doctor and a lost story come to life, now also in colour!
The life and death of Michael Hutchence, in this miniseries reviewed for Australia Day.
No coveting allowed in the final review of Arrow's boxset.
Thou shalkt not steal nor bear false witness in the fourth disc of Arrow's Dekalog boxset.
The fifth and sixth episode, also shown in cinemas as A Short Film About Killing and A Short Film About Love.
Episodes Three and Four of Krzysztof Kieślowski's Dekalog, a dual-format release from Arrow Academy.
One of the greatest works for television comes to Blu-ray from Arrow. First of five reviews.
Tom Hiddleston delivers a star turn - just not a particularly Bond-like one - as the title character in this six-hour adaptation of John le Carre's novel
The James Spader-starring crime drama has a third go-round, on Blu-ray!
Our reviews of the BFI's Alan Clarke boxset culminate with Christine and Road.
The Alan Clarke box set reaches this mid-80s and the award-winning film of soldiers at war, Contact.
The Alan Clarke box reaches a pair of political dramas, one historic, one present-day.
The Alan Clarke boxset reaches a long-unseen documentary and a 1978 play starring Eleanor Bron.
Disc Six of the BFI's Alan Clarke boxset reaches the controversial and once-banned Scum.
Two more from Alan Clarke, featuring Janine Duvitski in the title role of Diane.
Dissent & Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC (1969-1989): The Love-Girl and the Innocent/Penda's Fen
Two more from Alan Clarke, a version of the Solzhenitsyn play and a remarkable work of fantasy.
The Alan Clarke boxset reaches Under the Age and Horace, both from 1972.
Dissent & Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC (1969-1989): The Hallelujah Handshake/To Encourage the Others
The Alan Clarke boxset continues with a Colin Welland play and a dramatisation of the Derek Bentley case.
Dissent & Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC (1969-1989): George's Room/The Last Train Through Harecastle Tunnel/Sovereign's Company
Three plays directed by Alan Clarke as our reviews of the boxset continue.