As the Carl Theodor Dreyer Collection continues to sell well on Blu-ray, this m...
James Oliver on 3rd August / comments
With Roberto Rossellini's Stromboli erupting onto DVD and Blu-ray, James Oliver takes a look at 10 of the best films set in Sicily...
David Parkinson on 3rd August / comments
In July 1954, the cameras finally stopped rolling on one of the longest shoots in Hollywood history. The critics proclaimed Judy Garland's long-awaited comeback a masterpiece. But drastic steps were t...
Mike McCahill on 3rd August / comments
The final, decades-in-the-making film from the late Russian writer-director Aleksei German takes place on an alternative Earth mired firmly in the Dark Ages. You wonít have seen - or smelt - anything ...
James Oliver on 31st July / comments
Horror films are going through a purple patch, says James Oliver as he casts an eye over some of the genre's recent triumphs.
David Parkinson on 31st July / comments
As Lisandro Alonso's Jauja and Albert Serra's Story of My Death arrive on disc, Crash Course investigates an arthouse phenomenon that insists on taking its own sweet time.
Mike McCahill on 31st July / comments
Fresh from being voted the greatest documentary of all time in a Sight & Sound poll, Dziga Vertovís 1929 silent returns to UK cinemas in a new digital restoration. It remains a thrilling display of th...
Mike McCahill on 30th July / comments
This action thriller finds big game hunter Michael Douglas turning his attentions from animal to human prey during an excursion in the Arizona desert. Itís not as dangerous a game as weíre led to beli...
Mike McCahill on 29th July / comments
Acclaimed on the horror festival circuit, this feature debut from Flemish writer-director Jonas Govaerts tosses a scout troop into the woods to face diverse threats. It doesnít quite earn its badge fo...
Mike McCahill on 28th July / comments
Completed just before his death, the legendary documentarist Albert Mayslesí penultimate project is an intimate study of idiosyncratic New York fashionista Iris Apfel. Itís a smart and pleasurable pie...
Barry Forshaw on 27th July / comments
Sex and Italian cinema are natural bedfellows. From the carnal undertones of neo-realism to the perverse obsessions of Passolini and Tinto Brass, sex is ever-present.
Mike McCahill on 24th July / comments
French writer-director Mia Hansen-Loveís latest charts the ups and downs of an aspirant DJ in the millennial French house scene. Whether or not you dig the music, itís a gorgeous piece of cinema, writ...