Lean On Pete: DVD and Blu-ray
As the above title kind of hints at, Lean On Pete has just been released on DVD and Blu-ray.
Path of Blood
This extraordinary but frustrating documentary, assembled from seized home-movie footage, charts the progress of a set of Al Qaeda operatives in a jihadi boot camp in Saudi Ar...
DVD/Blu-ray: The Shape of Water
Guillermo del Toro’s intoxicating and swooning melange of Douglas Sirk-style ‘women’s picture’ melodrama and atomic age monster b-movie, 'The Shape of Water' is now out on DVD...
This very impressive debut from British writer-director Kokotajlo is a slow-burning but gripping drama set among a community of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Manchester. ‘Happy Valle...
This low-budget but visually arresting sci-fi drama from multi-tasking writer-directorial duo Benson and Moorhead has the haunting and otherworldly feel of such similarly cut-...
Leave No Trace
Writer-director Debra Granik’s long awaited follow-up to ‘Winter’s Bone’, adapted from Peter Rock’s novel ‘My Abandonment’ is a low-key and humane look at characters living of...
Just in time for the Russian World Cup with its attendant concerns of that country’s less than enlightened treatment of the LGBT community, comes this tender, but rather rote ...
The very definition of a film of two halves, Paul Schrader’s dour drama looks to Bergman and Bresson for inspiration in the first, before suddenly switching to something far m...
Picnic Cinema is back! Hooray!
Yes! Eden Arts’ Picnic Cinema is back this summer with shenanigans, discos, tomfoolery, dancing and classic cult films being screened right across the north.
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...