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L'assassino

Arrow Video bring this little-seen gem to UK homes for the first time......
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Labyrinth

Jennifer Connelly conversing with goblins? David Bowie in crotch-hugging pantaloons? Ah, the 80s... Michael Mackenzie reviews Sony Pictures' upcoming UK Blu-ray release of Labyrinth.
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Lady Snowblood

Arrow release a stunning reproduction of Toshiya Fujita's highly influential and much underrated 197...
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The Lady

On the day Aung San Suu Kyi takes office, her biopic also hits the shelves....
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The Ladykillers: 60th Anniversary Collector's Edition

The Ladykillers gets a fantastic 60th Anniversary Blu-ray...
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Land of Hope

Sion Sono's film about the aftermath of a disaster like Fukushima is a modern masterpiece, says John...
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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

Michael Mackenzie, who actually likes Tomb Raider, has reviewed the 2001 summer cheesefest starring Angelina Jolie, making its debut on HD DVD courtesy of Paramount.
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Larry Crowne

Tom Hanks' second feature as director and a curious throwback of a romantic comedy....
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The Last American Virgin

Mike Sutton looks at Arrow's release of this unexpectedly interesting 1980s comedy....
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Last Cab to Darwin

Australia Day at the Digital Fix concludes with Michael Caton's award-winning performance in the com...
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Last Embrace

Mike looks at the Kino Lorber release of an underrated thriller from Jonathan Demme....
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The Last Exorcism

Another shaky handheld camera horror. What can separate The Last Exorcism from the others? Mark Le...
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The Last Metro (Le dernier Métro)

Truffaut's story of a theatre group during the Occupation gets a Blu-ray release from Artificial Eye...
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Late Autumn

Ozu's first reworking of Late Spring has been given a Dual Format release by the BFI...
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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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Let The Right One In

Best. Vampire. Movie. Ever...According to the cover, but what do we say?...
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Let's Wash Our Brains: RoGoPaG

Yet more Pasolini in HD. With added Rossellini, Godard and Gregoretti....
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Lifeforce

Naked space vampires ahoy...John laps up the madness of Tobe Hooper's Lifeforce on BD...
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Like Someone in Love

Abbas Kiarostami's latest, set in Japan, comes to Blu-ray from New Wave Films....
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Limelight

Limelight, Chaplin's valentine to the music halls of his youth, on Blu-ray from Curzon Artificial Ey...
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Lincoln

Daniel-Day Lewis channels Honest Abe for Spielberg in this really quite good lesson in history and p...
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Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs

Another delightful rediscovery courtesy of BFI Flipside. ...
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Livid

Studiocanal release Bustillo and Maury's much anticipated follow-up to Inside on Blu-ray....
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Locke

An intriguingly stripped-down road movie comes to Blu-Ray...
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London Boulevard

Colin Farrell's just out of prison, trying to avoid Ray Winstone's grip, and doing chores for Keira ...

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