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The Machinist

Can there be anything more horrifying than the sight of a 120 pound Christian Bale in full high definition? Michael Mackenzie finds out with his review of the R0 Japanese HD DVD of The Machinist.

Mad Detective

Masters of Cinema enter the world of Blu-ray with Johnnie To's Mad Detective. We get our little gray cells focused on the matter in hand

Mad Max

Max rides again as George Miller's 1979 action classic returns to the roads on this US Blu-ray/DVD c...

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

Max returns to the roads in this American re-release of the brutal 1981 action sequel....

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

The Mad Max trilogy is concluded on Blu-ray....

Magic Trip

Ken Kesey and the Magic Pranksters embark on an epic journey......

Magick Lantern Cycle

The BFI brought Kenneth Anger's collection of shorts known as the Magick Lantern Cycle to Blu-ray in May. A little late on the draw, but clydefro faces fireworks and mustard on the genitals.

Maîtresse

Bulle Ogier and Gerard Depardieu star in this odd but great Barbet Schroeder film, out now and uncut...

Make Way for Tomorrow

The "saddest movie ever made" (per Orson Welles) comes to Blu-ray from the Masters of Cinema Series.

The Man in the White Suit

Alec Guinness dresses sharply in this Ealing classic, directed by Alexander Mackendrick and now on B...

Man of Violence

Girls, gangsters and garish colors (but mostly girls) highlight this well-made yet modestly successf...

The Man Who Haunted Himself

Roger Moore gives a career-best performance in this interesting thriller now released on Blu-Ray and...

Manhattan

Woody Allen's ode to his native city is reviewed on Blu-ray by a very enamored clydefro...

Maniac Cop

What better way to celebrate Halloween. Arrow's blu-ray reviewed here......

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The first feature film about ol' Pooh Bear and his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood is now on Blu-ra...

Mardock Scramble: The First Compression

Dark introspection and SF action combine in this new 3-part anime series....

Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion

A change of pace in the second film of this SF action series, but still plenty of surreal entertainm...

Mardock Scramble: The Third Exhaust

The SF-action card-gaming and ethics-pondering anime comes to a conclusion....

Mark of the Devil

John Rowall checks out Arrow's new Blu-ray release of Mark of the Devil...

Martin Scorsese Presents: World Cinema Project Volume One

A collection of three films rescued and restored by Scorsese's World Cinema Project, released by Mas...

Maximum Risk

The muscles from Brussels, that bird from Species and Ringo Lam team up on this fine new Blu-ray from Sony. Twins, mafiosi and lots of stunts. It ain't clever but it's fun..

McCullin

Superb portrait of the celebrated photographer....

Me and You (Io e te)

Bernardo Bertolucci's first film in nine years comes to Blu-ray from Artificial Eye....

The Mechanic

Forgot Oily Phil or the AA, The Stath is the man for all your problems. We review the Uk Blu-ray...

Medea

More Pasolini on Blu-ray from the BFI. ...

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