<b>Mike Sutton</b> has updated his review of the Region 0 release of H.G.Lewis' peculiarly fascinating and utterly terrible<a href="index.cgi?page=Review&id=1365&story=4422">Color Me Blood Red</a>.<p><p>
Mike Sutton looks at the Second Sight DVD of a recent British horror film.
Curzon will release the award winning Still Alice on July 6th.
Eureka! Entertainment have announced the release of Samuel Fuller’s FORTY GUNS, the classic western starring Barbara Stanwyck, available on Blu-ray in a Dual Format edition as part of The Masters of Cinema Series on 22 June 2015.
The BFI’s mid-summer 2015 Blu-ray and DVD releases feature the cream of British and international directors.
Mike looks at the Kino Lorber release of an underrated thriller from Jonathan Demme.
A Caine classic gets the special edition Blu-Ray treatment from Network.
Mike takes a look at the new Studiocanal Region B Blu-Ray of Walter Hill's crime classic.
In the second of an ongoing series about classic movies on Blu-Ray, Mike Sutton looks at Kubrick's SF masterpiece.
Network release a British classic on Blu-Ray.
Mike Sutton begins an occasional series looking at classic movies on Blu-Ray with Robert Aldrich's archetypal 1967 "Guys on a Mission" movie.
Mike Sutton looks at the upcoming Arrow release of this hugely enjoyable film.
A 1940s comedy classic comes to Blu-Ray from Arrow Academy.
Stuart Gordon's legendary horror comedy comes to Blu-Ray and DVD from Second Sight in June
A cult classic comes to Blu-Ray from Arrow Video.
Arrow brings Brian De Palma's Sisters to Dual Format on April 28th.