The brutal 1970 cult classic Mark of the Devil doesn’t have quite the shock value it once did but genre fans will still love it.
Nightcap, or Merci pour le chocolat is an enjoyable but only average late effort from great French filmmaker Claude Chabrol.
Nothing Bad Can Happen is a gripping psychological thriller from debut feature filmmaker Katrin Gebbe.
Death Comes to Pemberley is an enjoyable adaptation of the P.D. James bestselling novel, a continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
Jack and the Cuckoo Clock Heart is an animated adventure that adults and older kids can both find something in to love.
Warner reissues Gone with the Wind for its 75th anniversary in a feature-packed edition.
All the classic characters of Victorian era Gothic horror converge in the exciting new Showtime series Penny Dreadful
The fourth in Truffaut’s Antoine Doinel saga, Bed and Board is a hit and miss yet still charming comedy/drama.
Nicolas Cage puts on an astonishing performance in the violent, slow-burning drama Joe.
The kiwi series The Almighty Johnsons is a fun reworking of Norse mythology with real world problems and down to earth characters.