Blu-Ray Review Archive: August 2010

Delicatessen

Jeunet and Caro's exquisite black comedy comes to blu-ray. John takes a look......
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The Edge of the World

Michael Powell's 1937 account of the proud inhabitants of a lonely island is blessed with a BFI Blu-ray
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Pandora and the Flying Dutchman

An ode to myths and legends and romance and Ava Gardner, sprinkled with dirt in this Dual Format edition.
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Repo Men

Jude Law loses his heart in order to gain another. John reviews Repo Men on blu
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The Innocents

DO THEY EVER RETURN TO POSSESS THE LIVING? - Find out on Blu-ray for the first time!...
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Tokyo Story

Greatest film of all time? Many critics think so! Out Now on Dual Format DVD/BD....
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Elvis

Mike Sutton reviews the obscure item in John Carpenter's filmography which contains a stunning performance from Kurt Russell in the title role.
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Early Summer

Matt Shingleton continues our coverage of the BFI's recent Dual Format releases in The Ozu Collectio...
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Late Spring

Beginning our comprehensive look at the BFI's The Ozu Collection, clydefro reviews Late Spring and T...
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James and the Giant Peach

This partially animated feature from the director of Coraline comes to Blu-ray and DVD.
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Space Patrol

Two episodes of the classic puppet series come to hi-def courtesy of Network......
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The Storm Warriors

This Hong Kong swordplay sequel directed by The Pang Brothers is a CGI action-extravaganza. Dave che...
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Force of Five

A group of kids take on terrorists in this martial arts action flick from Thailand. Dave checks out ...