Mia Hansen-Love’s fifth feature about a philosophy professor played by Isabelle Huppert beautifully balances conflicting emotions and ideas to show the contradictions in a person.
Author Christopher Small
Nikkatsu Diamond Guys Volume 2 visits a special period of Japanese cinema from the early 60s and helps to shed light on an overlooked movement.
Arrow Video bring a collection of cult Japanese “sun tribe” films from the 50s to Blu-Ray along with with Dario Argento’s Deep Red
The 80s cult classic ultra-violent Hellraiser series gets a lavish Blu-Ray boxset release. How does the trilogy stand up almost more than 20 years on?
Hard to be a God is an anti-epic of epic proportions. A fantastical, disgusting chaos set in a bizarre middle-ages. It finally comes to DVD and Blu-Ray in HD.
Two of Orson Welles’ lesser known films, Too Much Johnson and The Immortal Story, are re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK.
Falstaff, Chimes of Midnight is perhaps a lesser known film by Orson Welles, but a cinematic and DVD/Blu-Ray re-release allows audiences to appreciate it.
The Seventh Bullet is a 1972 ‘red western’, set in the aftermath of the Russian communist revolution when the Soviet ideals are challenged by rebels.
Frederick Weisman turns his attention to The National Gallery in this documentary. But are the old master’s powers waning?