Mr Selfridge and its cast continue to impress as it takes on the challenges of post-World War I Britain in a fine third season.
A moving document of the 1965 struggle for voting rights that is still pertinent in today’s America.
An enthralling account of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn through the eyes of Thomas Cromwell is given in this BBC/PBS mini-series.
The last chaotic days of the American evacuation of Vietnam are chronicled in this sad and compelling documentary on Blu-ray from PBS.
A Joseon Admiral faces off against an invading horde of 300 Japanese ships with his tiny fleet of twelve in this thrilling South Korean historical epic.
Unbroken arrives on Blu-ray an unvarnished tale of heroism that is well-crafted, powerfully acted and directed.
This year’s Best Picture winner The Imitation Game finally arrives on Blu-ray from Anchor Bay.
Back to 1942 (一九四二) is a beautifully filmed epic that tells the story of China’s devastating wartime famine in Henan.
King gives us a most human portrayal of a man who changed society and it was one of the most powerful mini-series to come along in many years.
The Last Supper looks stupendous, but that’s about all this dull historical drama has going for it.