A hip and refreshing horror experience from the BBC, The Fades’ first season arrives in a solid Blu-ray package well worth the price of admission.
A well directed crime drama with slick cinematography and strong cast is hindered by a somewhat unsatisfying script. But never fear, this Blu-ray release from Sony is still a good watch making it good rental material.
The BFI unearths another forgotten Swinging Sixties exploitation flick with this Dual Format edition of Her Private Hell.
The BBC’s hit sci-fi series Primeval arrives in Blu-ray in strong high definition release.
A disappointingly average war film with a middling high definition transfer, Age of Heroes is filled with wasted potential.
An art house classic about the artist David Hockney in the early 1970s is brought back into the public consciousness the way only the BFI can in this solid, region-free, Dual Format edition.
This award-winning romance from Miramax finally comes to Blu-ray in the United States with a superior HD transfer to its earlier UK counterpart released by StudioCanal.
A painfully realistic, brutal, and emotionally honest human drama held together by superb performances from its two leads, Tyrannosaur just may be the best British indie film of 2011.
Doctor Who’s Sixth Series is must-see sci-fi packed in a feature rich Blu-ray set from the BBC.
A grand British Technicolor classic from what was arguably cinema’s greatest year, 1939, The Four Feathers is a must for any true film lover.