Blu-Ray Review Archive: B

Babel

Courtesy of DVD Pacific, Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the HD DVD release of Babel, the third instalment in Alejandro González Iñárritu's loose trilogy of fractured narratives. The film receives an excellent presentation from Paramount.

Babette's Feast (Babettes gæstebud)

This Danish film, winner of the Oscar and BAFTA for Best Foreign-Language Film, comes out on Blu-ray...

Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call - New Orleans

Can Nicolas Cage make two good films in a row? John reviews the blu-ray of his latest.....

Bad Santa

Just in time to deck the boughs, Sony release the antithesis to the festive season. We work out if it's naughty or nice...

Bad Teacher

Bad Santa with a gender twist and a change of profession....

Bait

Sharks in a supermarket!...

Bakumatsu Taiyô-den

Yûzô Kawashima's inventive comedy is highly regarded in its native Japan, but largely overlooked her...

The Ballad of Narayama

Eureka release Shohei Imamura's award winning, unflinching observation of human nature as part of th...

Bambi (Diamond Edition)

Disney's forest-set tale of nature versus man dazzlingly comes to Blu-ray...

Baraka

One of the most visually striking films ever made, shot on Todd-AO 70mm stock, Ron Fricke's travelogue on spirituality benefits from an 8K resolution scan for its Blu-ray presentation. Noel Megahey reviews the UK release from Second Sight.

Baron Blood

Arrow continue their high definition way through Bava's back catalogue. John reviews Baron Blood...

Basic Instinct

Optimum release Paul Verhoeven's erotic thriller onto Blu ray. A tale of two killers and a dance to the death, we decide whether this is modern noir or silly softcore...

Battle Of Wits

Jacob Cheung's epic siege film stars Andy Lau as a mystical strategist. John takes the Metrodome Blu-ray for a spin

Battle Royale

Arrow release a 3 disc edition of the late great Kinji Fukasaku's morality tale......

A Bay of Blood

Arrow unleash Mario Bava's bodycount prototype on BD.......

Beast Stalker

Dante Lam returns to form in this character-driven thriller that pits a tenacious detective, haunted by the accidental shooting of a young girl, against a clinical assassin who has kidnapped the dead girl’s twin sister on the order of an evil gang boss. Currently being distributed in the US by Tai Seng.

Beaufort

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.

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...

Bedevilled

An absorbing combination of drama and horror marks Chul-soo Yang's accomplished debut....

The Belly of an Architect

Peter Greenaway and Blu-ray - a wonderful combination....

Ben-Hur: Ultimate Collector's Edition

The race goes on for Geoff as he reviews Ben-Hur on UK Blu-ray....

Berberian Sound Studio

Toby Jones stars in Peter Strickland's hymn to the art of sound and alienation. John reviews the UK ...

Lou Reed's Berlin

Noel Megahey updates Gary Couzen's DVD review to look at the specs of the Artificial Eye's Blu-ray release of Julian Schnabel's concert film.

Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King

One of the great fantasy serials turned Anime film series finally comes to Blu-ray....

Beyond the Hills (După Dealuri)

Cristian Mungiu's award-winning follow-up to 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days gets a Blu-ray release fro...

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