This 1958 British World War II classic arrives with a solid 1080p restoration from Optimum releasing.
Ken Loach’s heartwarming, neorealist look at the hopelessness of a young working-class British boy and his bond with a kestrel hawk comes to Blu-ray in a sterling new restoration from Criterion Collection.
What’s it all about…Joanna? It’s the swinging sixties in this little, non-sequential look at the Mod life from Michael Sarne.
Have a look at early feminist cinema in this late British New Wave film from director James Hill, newly restored by the BFI and released on their Flipside label.
Have a look at Post-War Britain in these four poignant documentary shorts from director John Krish restored from the BFI archives — and the Blu-ray is Region-Free.
The original 1947 Brighton Rock with Richard Attenborough is a British Noir classic that everyone should see.
Quietly grim, sexy, and brutal, Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank is a shockingly realistic look at the world of an isolated working class teen girl and it finally arrives on Blu-ray in the US from Criterion Collection.
This quirky comedy of manners doesn’t impress with its video transfer, but the high quality laughs make it a worthy release.
The Doctor arrives for a late Christmas in this sci-fi reworking of the classic Dickens tale.
Quietly grim, sexy, and brutal, Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank is a shockingly realistic look at the world of an isolated working class teen girl.