Marking the restored DVD and Blu-ray release of The Professionals, Frank Collins revisits Britain's classic crime and spy dramas in a new six-part series. Part one focuses on the action-packed drama which introduced Bodie and Doyle to the nation.
Argentinian writer-director Pablo Trapero emerged as part of a group of exciting Latin-American filmmakers. In his latest profile, Mike McCahill examines what links Trapero to, say, Gravity Oscar-winner Alfonso Cuaron - and where they differ greatly.
Ted Kotcheff's missing-presumed-lost Outback horror returns to UK screens ahead of a DVD and Blu-ray release. But how might its gr...
First released in 1971, Ted Kotcheffís Outback-set horror-thriller has since been championed by Nick Cave and Martin Scorsese as a key work of the New Australian Cinema. Like a caseload of Castlemaine, itíll leave you reeling, reports Mike McCahill.
As Wake in Fright returns to cinemas after a 40 year walkabout, director Ted Kotcheff tells Jonathan Melville how he captured the dark side of Australian culture on screen.
Rick Burin on 8th March
The first of writer-producer Val Lewton's nine cult masterpieces, Cat People, directed by Jacques Tourneur, is the intoxicating horror classic that rewrote all the rules, writes Rick Burin.
A BAFTA-nominated film of delicacy and promise that follows the journey of siblings from Tehran to Tyneside. There's little to match it for optimism or heart, writes Mike McCahill.
Mike McCahill on 6th March
Manila is the vivid backdrop for this thriller about a young couple out of their depth in the big city. Itís a major progression for its British director Sean Ellis, writes Mike McCahill.
The sequel to 2007ís mythological actioner finds the Spartans in retreat following the demise of their leader Leonidas. The franchise, however, has regrouped under new direction and the spell of Eva Green, writes Mike McCahill.
Erotically-charged, vividly surreal and replete with dreamlike imagery, Fassbinder's adaptation of Jean Genet's novel is an astounding exploration of the darker side of the male psyche.
Ride the New Wave of arthouse cinema with our first class international cinema sale - over 50 DVDs and Blu-rays from £5.99 each. New Wave Films is the DVD label behind some of the best arthouse films from around the world, plus first features from new...
Take a trip back in time with these classic movies from Odeon Entertainment, over 50 titles on DVD and Blu-ray from £5.99. In this sale youíll find something for all tastes including thrillers from Fritz Lang and Orson Welles, Oscar-winning psychodrama...
Indie whizzkid Wes Andersonís latest caper revolves around the womanising maitre dí of a lavish resort hotel in a fictional European republic. It gets four stars for style alone - but only one for wit and substance, writes Mike McCahill.
The latest leg of David Parkinson's World Cinema Tour sees him examine the contrasting faces of Cambodian cinema, which has culminated in a 2014 Oscar nomination for director Rithy Panh's The Missing Picture.