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.

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman

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

Panic Button

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

Paranoiac

This Hammer Studios thriller starring Oliver Reed gets the high definition treatment from Eureka....

The Party's Over

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

Passport to Pimlico

The perennial Ealing favourite makes it to HD....

The Past (Le passé)

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

Paths of Glory

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

Paul

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

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...

Peeping Tom

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

Penny Points to Paradise

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

Pentathlon

Dolph goes to the Olympics....

Perfect Friday

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

A Perfect Getaway

John reviews the BD of David "Pitch Black" Twohy's latest..

Permissive

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

The Phantom of the Opera

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

Phantom of the Paradise

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

Phenomena

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

Pi

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

The Piano

Jane Campion's modern classic comes to UK Blu-ray from StudioCanal....

Picnic at Hanging Rock

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

Pigs and Battleships

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

Pineapple Express

A dope addict and his hazy dealer become embroiled in a war between two drug lords in this surreal action comedy from the team that brought us Superbad. Matt Shingleton takes a look at Sony’s UK Blu-ray release.

Pinocchio (70th Anniversary Edition)

One of Walt Disney's finest productions is given a revelation of a release. Few cartoons marketed as child-friendly are this frightening or unabashedly sincere.

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