Blu-Review: The Brothers Bloom

Blu-Review: The Brothers Bloom
Anyone without a smile on their face by the end of The Brothers Bloom should probably be checked for a pulse. It’s a film overflowing with assured filmmaking talent and conjures up a cast that are a sheer joy to spend time with...

DVD Review: Waterloo Road Series 5 – Spring Term

DVD Review: Waterloo Road Series 5 – Spring Term
Those with an affinity for teen melodrama and Brit soaps will find Waterloo Road to be an ideal dose of addictive drama to keep them entertained...

DVD Review: The Legend is Born – Ip Man

DVD Review: The Legend is Born – Ip Man
Ultimately, an uneven tone, thinly-drawn characters and an unengaging political plot mean that The Lengend Is Born: Ip Man doesn’t really come close to the main Ip Man series, but Herman Yau’s film is still an enjoyable one well worth a look. Anyone expecting a film in line with the tone and...

Blu-Review: Arn: Knight Templar

Blu-Review: Arn: Knight Templar
There’s a great HBO miniseries lurking somewhere in Arn: The Knight Templar. With gorgeous visuals, potentially deep, resonant characters and a fascinating historical backdrop that’s epic in scope, Arn could be a rich and engrossing companion piece to Rome. In film form, though, it’s a...

Blu-Review: Dario Argento’s Inferno

Blu-Review: Dario Argento’s Inferno
It’s an essential purchase for Argento fans for the stunning transfer alone, but Arrow have amassed an impressive variety of extras to boot, resulting in a fantastic, must-have set for fans of the film...

Competition: Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Giveaway

Competition: Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Giveaway
To celebrate this week’s release of superb action RPG Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep for PSP, we’ve teamed up with Square Enix to offer lucky readers a selection of amazing Birth By Sleep goodies...

DVD Review: Exit Through The Gift Shop

DVD Review: Exit Through The Gift Shop
Energetic, enlightening and engrossing, Banksy’s film is much like his art work – a humour-laced work of thought-provoking subversive genius...

DVD Review: Cherry Tree Lane

DVD Review: Cherry Tree Lane
Williams jettisons depth and originality, playing up to every conservative stereotype of urban youth, embracing scaremongering Daily Mail headlines in a hollow, predictable bit of exploitation...

Blu-Review: Black Lightning

Blu-Review: Black Lightning
Those mourning the relative lack of big-screen superheroics this summer would do well to give Black Lightning a look; it’s a Marvel superhero movie in all but name and credits...