Takashi Miike’s highly provocative ‘Black Society Trilogy’ comes to Blu-Ray, featuring Shinjuku Triad Society, Ley Lines and Rainy Dog.
This 4K restoration of To Live And Die In LA compliments the boldness of this pinnacle of 1980s hard-boiled cop genre films.
I Am A Serial Killer sets off with the potential to be a new Donnie Darko, but sadly a confused plot with underdeveloped ideas hold it back.
The Library Suicides is a Welsh-language thriller brilliantly builds suspense and intrigue and marks the emergence of a new directing talent from Wales.
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.
Pool Of London gets a 65th anniversary restoration, with its story of an interracial relationship in post-war London still an important entry in British cinema.
The Clan mixes black comedy with violent intensity to grippingly portray the workings of a crime family in 1980s Argentina.
Summertime takes light-handed approach to telling the story of two very different woman falling in love in France in the 1970s against a backdrop of social change.
Joachim Trier’s first English film is a well crafted look at how the sudden absence of a family member turns the remaining family’s lives upside down.