Volker Schlöndorff's 1975 drama, part of the StudioCanal Collection, is an impassioned protest against the erosion of civil liberties by the activities of the press and actions of the secret police.
Akira Kurosawa's last great movie in high definition glory. John reviews the Optimum disc...
Keeping a nervous eye out for Rover, James returns to the Village and goes in search for information as he looks at Network's superb hi-def release of Patrick McGoohan's seminal series.
Noel Megahey takes a look at Trinity's Blu-ray release of Joseph Cedar's dramatically intense Oscar-nominated account of the Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon.
Ulrich Seidl's brutally unflinching and uncompromising view of two enterprising individuals struggling to find their place in the new Europe comes to HD. Noel Megahey takes another look.
Giuseppe Tornatore's film has launched many adverts, but it owes a lot to a past of Fellini and nostalgia. How does it measure up in the brave new world of high definition?
Godard's brilliant and melancholic spin on the Odyssey as a marriage break-up on a movie set stars Fritz Lang, Brigitte Bardot, Michel Piccoli and Jack Palance. Released in HD as part of Optimum's StudioCanal Collection.
Kathryn Bigelow's vampire movie is still her best film. High definition becomes it... ...
One of the absolute best films of the nineties gets the oranges from Optimum.
"They may take our lives, but they'll never take our film grain!"
Slowly poisoned, dropped from a helicopter onto a car and then stolen so that a triad boss can harvest his heart, Chev Chelios is having a difficult time of it. More insane adrenaline driven gubbins from Neveldine and Taylor...
"At my signal, unleash DVNR!"