L’ARGENT BFI BLU RAY

There is so much to unpack in Robert Bressons L'ARGENT, newly released from BFI, that it is impossible for one person to do it. However, Michael Brooke, a serious film writer, who I have  both admired and been ... Read More...

PICKPOCKET BFI BLU RAY

The inevitable comparions are going to happen with the Criterion Collection release in the US. I want to be clear, this is every bit the equal of that release, as I have both and enjoyed the obsessive comparion... Read More...

GET CARTER BFI 4K BLU RAY

If you listed say 10 of the most influential or inspirational British films, GET CARTER would be high on the list. Michael Caine plays as Jack Carter, a London harman and enforcer, who works for a gangland boss... Read More...

THE LAST METRO BFI BLU RAY REVIEW

François Truffaut films have a way of being seasonal. Released in a Artifical eye box set 8 years ago, as a 1080p version, THE LAST METRO was a part of the second set of his films released and didnt create a ri... Read More...

400 BLOWS BFI BLU RAY REVIEW

The Nouvelle Vague started somewhere. Its most significant films are often some of its least interesting or appeitising. But then there is the work of Francois Truffaut and his reflection on film, Antoine Doi... Read More...