Claude Chabrol: Le Beau Serge & Les Cousins Blu-ray Review

This week marked the re-release of Le Beau Serge & Les Cousins, the first two films from one of the master's of French cinema, Claude Chabrol, who went on to make some of the best known and best made thrillers in French history, often gaining comparison to Alfred Hitchcock.

La Poison Blu-ray Review

Eureka presents their latest edition to their Masters of Cinema collection, this time with Sacha Guitry's 1951 French comedy drama, La Poison, which is set in the small village of Remonville where everyone knows everyone else's business.

Ninja Scroll DVD Review

It is hard to imagine a time when anime was not a staple part of the British cinema going diet. From cult classics like Akira (1988) all the way to Hayao Miyazaki and his Studio Ghibli masterpieces, the art of ... Read More...

Margin Call DVD Review

Nervous anticipation buzzes throughout an office building. Veterans of the company have seen it before, the financial industry has its ups and downs and their reservations are masked by ice cool demeanour. The ... Read More...