KWAIDAN BLU RAY REVIEW

Ghost stories don't always have to be scary. Kwaidan is a 1965 anthology horror film that deals with four very different ghost stories, alternating between spirits that are vengeful, heartbroken or just ... Read More...

BLISS BLU RAY REVIEW

Vampires are generally the cool kid of horror cinema. From Dracula to the high cheek-boned teens of Twilight, they tend to be the more attractive side of the undead. Vampirism is rarely shown as the curse i... Read More...

Aquarela Review

With nothing other than photography of water in all it’s myriad forms, Victor Kossakovky delivers a masterful if experimental documentary of this one part of the natural world. So much more than the sum of its ... Read More...

A FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE BLU RAY REVIEW

A Fistful Of Dynamite, or Duck, You Sucker! or Once Upon A Time...The Revolution! is potentially Sergio Leone's most under-appreciated film. A more lighthearted affair than the rest of his filmography, this... Read More...

THE AFRICAN QUEEN BLU RAY REVIEW

John Huston's odd couple adventure is one of the most enduring adventure films of the golden age of Hollywood. A classic in every sense of the word, with beautiful cinematography and two winning performance... Read More...

WEREWOLF BLU RAY REVIEW

Atmospheric but very grim, Adrian Panek's second feature length film is a well judged, suspenseful thriller that doubles as a subtle coming of age film. It's slight, but packs an undeniable emotional punch.... Read More...