The Touch DVD Review

Perhaps a more fitting title for Ingmar Bergman’s 1971 fidelity drama The Touch, would be The Choice. Such is the dilemma that faces the protagonist Karin (Bibi Andersson), she must choose between two men she l... Read More...

Heimat Blu Ray review

Edger Reitz masterful saga is a classic series that thanks to this restoration, comes anew into a world that has lived passed these moments but has never really moved from them. The Simon family have been a fix... Read More...

Looking Glass DVD review

A motel in nowhere, desert town USA. A couple moving Ray (Nicholas Cage) and his wife Maggie (Robin Tunney) move into the place as the old owner has sold up. Its a quiet and consistent place. Desert dust blows ... Read More...

Signal One Top 10 films part 1

Welcome to the second label top 10! In this piece  Here we look at the work of the brilliant home entertainment company, Signal One entertainment. This is the label which released many under seen and underplaye... Read More...

Cure Blu Ray review

Kiyoshi Kurosawa film not only brought him to international attention but unsettled many who saw it. It is a relentlessly unnerving piece about the power of the dark recesses of the mind. A series of awful unex... Read More...

Breathless Blu ray review

Gere shines with self indulgent verve in this clever remake of a game changing classic. Jesse Lujack (Gere) is working his was from Las Vegas to LA. Hes a waster but has three loves. The Silver Surfer, Jerry Le... Read More...