Blu-Ray Review Archive: June 2009

Che Parts 1 & 2

Soderbergh's epic two part biopic stars Benicio Del Toro as the revolutionary who launched a thousand t-shirts..

The Unborn

Gary Oldman battles Jewish demons and that girl from Cloverfield models underwear in David S. Goyer's possession flick The Unborn. Michael Mackenzie reviews.

Franklyn

In the dark gothic religious world of Meanwhile City, a lone gunman without faith sets out to destroy a religious leader in Gerald McMorrow's UK feature starring Eva Green, Sam Riley and Ryan Philippe.

The Sky Crawlers

Mamoru Oshii returns with another existential science fiction film. Matt Shingleton takes a luck at Sony’s region-free American BD release.

Tokyo Sonata

Masters of Cinema venture once more onto Blu-ray with Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest......

Ghostbusters

Something strange has just come out in your neighbourhood!...

Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Released next week, Vicky Cristina Barcelona sees Woody Allen in familiar territory as he ponders the usual questions about romance and relationships. Michael Mackenzie reviews Optimum's Region B UK disc.

The Good The Bad The Weird

Kim Ji-woon's Western released in high definition...

Shallow Grave

Danny Boyle's first feature out on Blu. John is our man in the attic...

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Our marathon through Paramount's Original Motion Picture Collection comes to an end with the final b...

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Our week-long look at Paramount's Original Motion Picture Collection reaches the movie long derided ...

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

DVD Times's week-long voyage with the crew of the Enterprise arrives at the film known galaxy-wide as "The one with the whales."

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Our trek through Paramount's Original Motion Picture Collection continues with a look at one of the least well regarded films in the series, and asks: Is its lowly reputation deserved, or does it deserve a resurrection?

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Our complete review of Paramount's Original Motion Picture Collection continues with the finest Trek of them all. All together now, "Khhhhaaaannnnn!"

Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Starting a week of reviews looking at Paramount's release of the adventures of Captain Kirk onto Blu-ray, James revisits the Enterprise's first big screen adventure.

The Bed Sitting Room

Number 1 in your hearts and on the spine, it's the BFI's Flipside release of the Richard Lester-dire...