“Sid and Nancy” Inaccurate, But Not Insincere

During the second half of the 1980s a promising English filmmaker in the enfant terrible mould dramatised one of punk music’s most notoriously ill-fated love stories...
Posted On 25 May 2017

“Dough” Is A Little Rough Around The Edges

Dough comically tackles issues of race and religion as a Jewish baker and Muslim refugee revive the fortunes of a bakery business...

“The Shepherd” Is A Compelling, Understated Fable

Carefully staged, glacial in its pacing but numbingly brutal in the denouement, The Shepherd is worthy of emotional investment...
Posted On 22 May 2017

“The Wild One” Showcases Brando At His Early-Career Best

Powerhouse Films brings us another cult classic as Marlon Brando's The Wild One, known as the original outlaw biker film, arrives on UK Blu-ray...
Posted On 20 May 2017

“Swiss Army Man” Is A Special Kind Of Extraordinary

This surrealist masterpiece comes to Blu-ray and DVD piled high with plaudits, packed to the rafters with invention and containing a performance from Daniel Radcliffe which defies description...
Posted On 18 May 2017

“Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2” Recaptures The Brilliance Of The Original

If the phrase "I am groot" brings a smile to your face then this film's spectacle, jokes and heart will hit your sweet spot...

“Manchester By The Sea” Is A Moving, Compelling Family Drama

Manchester by the Sea is a moving and melancholy family drama...

“Born Free” Boasts Heart & Visual Majesty

Eureka Entertainment brings Born Free to Dual Format DVD/Blu-ray allowing audiences to relive this 1966 British drama...
Posted On 06 May 2017