Michael Mackenzie reviews Sony's UK BD release of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, one of the most charming and original animated movies in ages.
Released on BD in the UK next week, Tony Scott's "re-imagining" of the 70s crime classic The Taking of Pelham 123 is fast, noisy and colourful... and looks and sounds terrific in high definition.
"They may take our lives, but they'll never take our film grain!"
"At my signal, unleash DVNR!"
I must confess I'm giving very serious thought to eating your wife in high definition...
Jennifer Connelly conversing with goblins? David Bowie in crotch-hugging pantaloons? Ah, the 80s... Michael Mackenzie reviews Sony Pictures' upcoming UK Blu-ray release of <strong>Labyrinth</strong>.
The Wachowski brothers' first and best film makes it to Blu-ray courtesy of French label M6 Vidéo. Michael Mackenzie takes a look at this oft-ignored gem.
Clive Owen looks deadly serious and Tom Tykwer falls asleep on the job in this turgid conspiracy thriller unfairly graced with a spectacular disc by Sony Pictures...
Dario Argento returns to the screen with his eighteenth feature, <strong>Giallo</strong>, starring Adrien Brody and Emmanuelle Seigner. Michael Mackenzie reviews.
Gary Oldman battles Jewish demons and that girl from Cloverfield models underwear in David S. Goyer's possession flick The Unborn. Michael Mackenzie reviews.
Released next week, <strong>Vicky Cristina Barcelona</strong> sees Woody Allen in familiar territory as he ponders the usual questions about romance and relationships. Michael Mackenzie reviews Optimum's Region B UK disc.
Sweeping epic melodrama or over-long sentimental tripe? Michael Mackenzie heads into the outback with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman and reviews Baz Luhrmann's <b>Australia</b>.
Concluding this look at the Jason Bourne movies on BD, Michael Mackenzie takes a look at <b>The Bourne Ultimatum</b>.
Continuing his coverage of the recent Bourne BD releases, Michael Mackenzie takes a look at middle child <b>The Bourne Supremacy</b>...
In the first of three reviews focusing on the Jason Bourne trilogy, Michael Mackenzie examines the recent BD release of The Bourne Identity.
Originally hacked to bits by its producer, Corrado Farina's trippy <b>Baba Yaga</b> has been granted a second chance courtesy of Shameless. Michael Mackenzie reviews the Final Cut...
Dario Argento's landmark first film, <b>The Bird with the Crystal Plumage</b>, arrives on BD courtesy of Blue Underground. Michael Mackenzie cracks the case.
Pigs take to the skies and Satan ice skates to work as Dario Argento's long-lost third film, <b>Four Flies on Grey Velvet</b>, finally gets an authorised DVD release, courtesy of Mya Communication.
Michael Mackenzie reviews Disney's Region A Blu-ray Disc release of <b>Bolt</b> which is out to buy now. Has this film relit the Disney flame, or is it another damp squib? Read on and find out!