Die Hard 30th Anniversary edition
Arriving just in time for Father’s Day and a pleasant reminder that you are really, really old, classic Bruce Willis actioner, ‘Die Hard’ celebrates its 30th(!) anniversary wi...
My Friend Dahmer
Despite the potentially lurid and exploitative sounding subject matter, this portrait of the high school days of serial killer-to-be Jeffrey Dahmer, adapted from John Backderf...
The rollicking story of the legendary NYC nightclub Studio 54, and its gloriously decadent, brief, initial two-and-a-half year run, has been told already via the fictional 199...
The latest from the ever-versatile French director Ozon, an adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel Lives of the Twinsis a handsomely rendered, occasionally unhinged, but ultim...
The Happy Prince
Rupert Everett already has an association with Oscar Wilde having appeared in big screen adaptations of The Importance of Being Earnest and An Ideal Husband. He also played th...
In the Fade
Despite a riveting performance from Diana Kruger, this courtroom revenge thriller from the once vital Turkish German director Fatih Akin, feels disappointingly mainstream and ...
The Boy Downstairs
Mamet, the third breakout star from Girls (alongside Adam Driver and Allison Williams) has already shone in various supporting feature film roles. Here she gets her own deserv...
The Square & A Fantastic Woman
Beat those ‘couldn’t-make-it-to-Cannes’ blues as two of last year’s festival hits, The Square and A Fantastic Woman, are released on DVD and Blu-ray in May.
French writer-director Serraille’s vital, free-form debut follows a rudderless young woman, recently arrived back in Paris from Mexico after a ten-year relationship, as she at...
Lean on Pete
Following Andrea Arnold’s submersion into Americana with last year’s sprawling, rich, American Honey, it’s the turn of another UK writer-director, Andrew Haigh, to bring an ou...
On Chesil Beach
Set just on the cusp of the permissive 60s (1962 to be precise), this adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novella, scripted by the author, feels more 50s fustiness than the subsequent ...
There have already been a number of cinematic and TV depictions of the 1976 Entebbe raid, in which, after an Air France flight bound for Israel was hijacked by pro-Palestinian...
French writer-director Fargeat’s provocative thriller is a lurid, blood-soaked, operatically violent exploitation pic, which could arguably, given the director’s gender, be re...