Blu-Ray Review Archive: P

Pan's Labyrinth

Michael Mackenzie reviews the recent HD DVD of Guillermo Del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth, released in the UK by Optimum on a feature-packed disc.
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Pandora and the Flying Dutchman

An ode to myths and legends and romance and Ava Gardner, sprinkled with dirt in this Dual Format edition.
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Panic Button

An impressive new British horror that preys on all of your social networking fears... ...
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Paper Moon

Peter Bogdanovich's 1973 hit finally gets a release on shiny disc in the UK....
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Paranoiac

This Hammer Studios thriller starring Oliver Reed gets the high definition treatment from Eureka....
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The Party's Over

Take a walk on the Flipside with this BFI dual format release featuring Oliver Reed, beatniks and im...
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Passport to Pimlico

The perennial Ealing favourite makes it to HD....
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The Past (Le passé)

Bérénice Bejo gives an award-winning performance in Asghar Farhadi's follow-up to The Separation....
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Paths of Glory

Stanley Kubrick's 1957 classic comes to Blu-ray...
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Paul

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost meet Seth Rogen's CGI Paul in this affectionate science fiction riff....
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Paul Blart: Mall Cop

This family comedy starring Kevin James is available now on UK Blu-ray Disc from Sony. Dave takes a look at what is pretty much your standard 'new release' offering...
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Peeping Tom

50 years later is Michael Powell's film still so depraved? John reviews the new Blu-ray
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Penny Points to Paradise

The BFI revive and restore a classic lost British comedy film featuring Goons Spike Milligan, Harry ...
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Pentathlon

Dolph goes to the Olympics....
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Perfect Friday

Mike Sutton takes a look at Network's dual-format release of this 1970s British caper movie....
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A Perfect Getaway

John reviews the BD of David "Pitch Black" Twohy's latest..
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Péril en la Demeure

Known in the US and UK as 'Death in a French Garden', an erotic French thriller from the 80s gets an...
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Permissive

More Flipside fun with the BFI as clydefro learns about the seedy side of being a groupie. ...
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The Phantom of the Opera

Baz Hood looks at the excellent BFI dual-format release of the seminal Lon Chaney horror movie....
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Phantom of the Paradise

Mike Sutton reviews the excellent new Arrow Blu-Ray release of Brian De Palma's rock musical....
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Phenomena

Argento's eclectic fusion of earlier styles makes for a bizarre though strangely watchable output on...
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Pi

Mike Sutton looks at the 15th Anniversary Blu-Ray edition of Darren Aronofsky's debut feature film....
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The Piano

Jane Campion's modern classic comes to UK Blu-ray from StudioCanal....
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Picnic at Hanging Rock

What we see... and what we seem... are but a dream.
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Pigs and Battleships

Don't dig on swine? Try the cinematic variety in Shohei Imamura's raucous classic, paired here with ...

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