Blu-Ray Review Archive: A

A Day in the Life

The BFI's Dual Format release of Four Portraits of Post-War Britain by John Krish is reviewed by cly...

The A-Team

I love it when a remake comes together!...

Accattone

The debut feature of Pier Paolo Pasolini is given the Masters of Cinema treatment in a release also ...

The Adventures of Mark Twain

The least likely Blu-ray catalogue title of the year, but a welcome one....

L'Age d'or

The Bunuel-Dali classic, and their earlier collaboration Un Chien Andalou, make the upgrade to High ...

Akira

A teenager’s latent psychic powers are awakened, setting him on a collision course with his best fri...

Akira

Neo-Tokyo is about to explode into High Definition with Hypersonic sound. Noel Megahey reviews an a...

Alice

Jan Svankmajer's excellent 1988 feature debut - and various other Wonderland-related films - in glor...

Alice in Wonderland

Oh I just love a nice round of vigorous futterwacken to start the day. ...

Alice in Wonderland (60th Anniversary Edition)

A very merry unbirthday to you ...

Alien Anthology Disc 01 - Alien

In space no one can hear you scream, but can they smell your farts?...

Alien Anthology Disc 03 - Alien 3

The cheerful threequel!...

Alien Anthology Disc 04 - Alien Resurrection

Less: Resurrection, more: Abortion.

Alien Anthology Disc 05 - Making the Alien Anthology

Matt Shingleton typed until his fingers bled to cover the first supplemental disc of the Alien Antho...

Alien Anthology Disc 06 - The Alien Anthology Archives

Matt Shingleton finally brings his review of the Alien Anthology to a close....

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

Who is Mandy Lane and why do all the boys love her? It certainly isn't for her originality or sparkling conversation. Michael Mackenzie takes a look at Optimum's upcoming all-regions Blu-ray release.

All the Right Noises

Our coverage of a new wave of three BFI Flipside releases kicks off with the story of a married man'...

Altitude

Can Altitude convince us to take its airborne fantasy horror for real? Mark Lee finds out....

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked

We take a belated look at the newest "Squeakqual" from those little Chipmunks........

Amateur

Isabelle Huppert and Martin Donovan star in Amateur, the first of three Hal Hartley films released o...

Amer

Sex death and black gloves - the giallo is back in Amer. John reviews the UK blu-ray...

American Mary

An aspiring surgical student finds a novel way of paying the bills. John reviews the UK blu-ray...

American Psycho

Michael Mackenzie provides a review for the transfer, audio and bonus content of Lions Gate's recent Blu-ray release of American Psycho.

An American Werewolf in London

HD pickings have been slim for horror fans so far, but Universal has sought to rectify this with the release of John Landis' classic An American Werewolf in London. Michael Mackenzie reviews the R0 US DVD/HD DVD combo.

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