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Home Entertainment: ‘The Beguiled’ DVD Review

Directed by Sofia Coppola and set during the American Civil War, The Beguiled is a slow-paced but intensely-told story of a group of women...

The Commitments 25th Anniversary special edition review

Time for people of a certain age to start feeling old. It's been a quarter of a century since director Alan Parker introduced us...

Eye in the Sky Blu-ray Review: “Important, reflective and compelling”

"The cost of war..." comments Alan Rickman's high-ranked character in response to a reflective and hugely important moment in Eye in the Sky but...

London Has Fallen Blu-ray Review

There could be a moment where films like London Has Fallen start to accidentially reflect reality a little too much but in the escapism...

Highlander – 30th Anniversary Blu-ray 4k Review

This was my first visit into the world of Highlander and while I felt it's one of those films that everyone has heard about,...

Evolution DVD Review: “Makes for uncomfortable, confusing viewing”

It's not often a film appears that I struggle to enjoy but unfortunately Evolution, directed by Lucile Hadzihalilovic, is one such title that I...

‘Dad’s Army’: Interview with Peter Blackburn, a veteran of the Home...

Brit comedy Dad's Army is out to own today, based on the classic BBC sitcom. While the source material is seen as cosy and...

Dad’s Army DVD Review: “Quality cast, misfire of a film”

Director: Oliver Parker Starring: Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon, Blake Harrison, Daniel Mays, Bill Paterson There were doubts over whether the...

Rams Blu-ray Review: “A beautiful, resonating drama”

The first seven minutes or so of Rams plays out in almost absolute silence, with no music and only a few words spoken. What...

Youth Blu-ray Review: “Caine is sublime in Sorrentino’s sumptuous exploration”

Firstly, I’m a newcomer to Paolo Sorrentino’s work. Secondly, and as a personal rule, I adore smart and perceptive explorations into the individual worlds...