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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.
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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
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Mad Max

Max rides again as George Miller's 1979 action classic returns to the roads on this US Blu-ray/DVD c...
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Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

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

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

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

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

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

The Sleeping Beauty villainess finally gets her side of the classic tale told, with Angelina Jolie i...
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The Man in the White Suit

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

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

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

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

What better way to celebrate Halloween. Arrow's blu-ray reviewed here......
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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...
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Mardock Scramble: The First Compression

Dark introspection and SF action combine in this new 3-part anime series....
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Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion

A change of pace in the second film of this SF action series, but still plenty of surreal entertainm...
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Mardock Scramble: The Third Exhaust

The SF-action card-gaming and ethics-pondering anime comes to a conclusion....
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Mark of the Devil

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

Superb portrait of the celebrated photographer....
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Me and You (Io e te)

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

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

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