Call the Midwife is a charming, sentimental, and heartfelt look at post-war Britain.
A quaint, charming comedy from the classic Ealing Studios, The Titfield Thunderbolt is a must for fans of British comedy. It gets a fine remaster to Blu-ray from StudioCanal.
BBC America’s Copper puts a unique and riveting twist on the crime-drama, with this Civil War-era story set in the infamous Five Points district of New York City.
Part One of Doctor Who: Series Seven cements Matt Smith as one of the finest Doctors in the franchise, but also marks the departure for one of the Doctor’s best companions in Karen Gillan’s Amy Pond.
This classic slice-of-life drama from Ealing Studios may seem quite different for those familiar with the studio’s dark comedies, but it is a quaint and intricately weaved story of the working class in post-War England.
A classic comedy from Britain’s Ealing Studios, The Man in the White Suit features superb performances from a young Alec Guinness and a sultry Joan Greenwood.
This gory slasher film treads familiar territory, but it is outrageous enough to warrant a look to those fans of the genre.
This hit Masterpiece Classic period drama has its first two seasons packaged together in a strong release of its UK edition from PBS.
Twenty8k is a tightly woven and high strung crime thriller with a solid transfer to Blu-ray from Showbox Home Entertainment.
Ecstasy is a visually stunning, but ultimately shallow update of the themes explored in Trainspotting.