Blu-Ray Review Archive: I

I Am Legend

Will Smith used to kickstart the US economy every year with a bit of a sci-fi blockbuster, but is this latest offering a Keynesian boost or an Alistair Darling pep talk....

I Love You, Man

Those looking for a platonic male on male romantic comedy could do worse than seeing Paul Rudd and Jason Segel hug it out, but clydefro suggests you could also do somewhat better.

I Saw the Devil

South Korea can deliver revenge themes in impressive style, but can Jee-woon Kim's brutally violent ...

I Sell The Dead

Cockernee and Oirish graverobbing with zombies, aliens and a touch of pogue mahone. Sound like fun t...

I Spit On Your Grave

The latest in a long line of horror remakes, this time the infamous 1978 shocker. Ian Sandwell asks ...

I Wish

Two brothers go on a journey to create a miracle in the latest film from Hirokazu Koreeda....

I'm a Cyborg (aka I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK)

After his vengeance trilogy, Chan Wook Park decides that what the world needs now is love, sweet love. John reviews the Tartan Blu-ray of Park's romantic comedy.

I.D.

The mid-nineties hooligan drama comes to Blu-ray....

The Iceman

Marriage, murder and an ice cream truck. Welcome to the world of one of America's most infamous kill...

If You Are the One

Feng Xiaogang follows up Assembly with a gentle comedy-drama in which Ge You and Shu Qi try to fill ...

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Eureka! salutes another Master of Cinema on Blu-ray......

Ill Manors

Plan B makes a movie....

Immoral Tales (Contes immoraux)

In which Borowczyk goes erotic......

Import Export

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.

In the Electric Mist

Tommy Lee Jones as a lawman who thinks the world's gone to pot. Now what does that remind you of?

In The Loop

The Thick Of It jumps to the big screen and back to blu-ray. John compiles his own dodgy dossier

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Indy's latest adventure divided audiences this summer and will probably continue to do so in the home. Dave looks at this week's UK Blu-ray Disc release to see how the presentation holds up...

Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures

"It's not the years honey, it's the mileage." Dr. Jones' cinematic exploits arrive in HD...

Inferno

Mike Sutton looks at the Arrow Region Free Blu-Ray of Dario Argento's excellent horror film....

Inglourious Basterds

An ever-quotable Quentin Tarantino adventure yarn is as entertaining as anything the director has made, at least lately. "That's a Bingo?" clydefro says yes indeed.

The Innocents

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

The Insect Woman

A masterpiece by Shohei Imamura is joined by an earlier, uncharacteristically frothy picture from th...

The Insider

Michael Mann's Oscar-nominated throwback to the paranoid thrillers of the 70s gets a welcome BD upgr...

Insidious

Horror's equivalent of a game of two halves means that James Wan's shocker delights and disappoints ...

Into the Wild

One of 2007's best films, and the last Paramount gasp of HD-DVD, the Sean Penn-directed movie about a young man's journey to Alaska now hits Blu-ray.

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