A portrait of an octogenarian sushi chef.
A largely neglected gem from last year reminds clydefro of another low-key, Boston-set crime drama
Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes transfer their SModcast to the stage.
Intriguing low budget horror-fantasy out of Norway.
Starring Stallone, Swayze, Travolta and Estevez!
Kevin James: Mixed Martial Artist.
Deformity, invisibility and a potential murderous cyborg in Romania.
Ken Loach's 1981 feature about unemployment in the North.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Charles Band-style.
Four films from director Claire Denis, including the new-to-UK-DVD Nénette et Boni.
A Nordic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, kind of.
One of the BFI's 75 Most Wanted, now yours to own on DVD.
Martin Witz’s documentary charts the roller coaster story of LSD with excellent interviews and rare archive footage....
A poetic Russian road movie dealing with death and ancient rituals comes to us via Zeitgeist Films
A new British artists' film compilation from LUX.
A soapbox derby, a sky-bike and Sammy's super t-shirt.
Poland's big-budget war movie set during the Polish/Russian conflict of 1920.
One of the most successful South Korean movies of all time.
Up for four Oscars tonight, Benh Zeitlin's debut feature Beasts of the Southern Wild is released on UK DVD.
Momentum unleash Scott Derrickson's brutally tense horror vision on DVD....
The tale of Burke and Hare, Tod Slaughter style.
A minor Welsh gem out of the archive.
Jean-Louis Trintignant hides out with a houseful of criminals in And Hope to Die, the last of four films released by StudioCanal to mark the centenary of director René Clément.
Experimental cinema out of West Germany.
Faye Dunaway is in peril in The Deadly Trap, a thriller from 1971, released on DVD by StudioCanal to mark the centenary of director René Clément.