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New Battles Without Honour and Humanity: Last Days of the Boss
New Battles Without Honour And Humanity on dual format in July
news | 28 Apr 2017
The final details for the upcoming New Battles Without Honour And Humanity: The Complete Trilogy Blu-ray and DVD box set have been confirmed by Arrow Video, and it hits UK shelves in July.
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Drunken Master
blu-ray review | 30 Apr 2017
One of the two films that set Jackie Chan on the road to superstardom and launched an entire sub-genre of martial arts comedy is still a jaw-dropping delight. Genre fan Slarek revisits one of Chan's most beloved films on a terrific Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema.
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The Fate of the Furious
The Fate of the Furious
film review | 23 Apr 2017
I saw the first, may have even seen the second. I’m sure I’ve not seen 3 to 7 but 8… Wow! Astounded to learn of its first weekend box office record breaking but now I understand. The Fast and the Furious 8 is just deliriously entertaining. Camus is still smiling…
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24 Apr 2017
The BFI announces its Blu-ray and DVD releases for June
The BFI have confirmed their June Bu-ray and DVD slate, which includes which include new Flipside rarity Long Shot, US indie classic Daughters of the Dust and the latest film from Mark Cousins, Stockholm My Love.

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24 Apr 2017
Hidden Figures on Digital in June, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD & DVD in July
The fascinating and previously untold true story of three brilliant African-American women working at NASA comes UK Digital Download in June, and Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD and DVD in July from Twentieth Century Fox.

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24 Apr 2017
The Amityville Horror on Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook in June
Screenwriter Sandor Stern and director Stuart Rosenberg's 1979 adaptation of Jay Anson's haunted house bestseller has its devoted fans, and they should be delighted with Second Sight's upcoming Blue-ray Steelbook release.

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24 Apr 2017
Andrei Tarkovsky: Sculpting Time – The Deluxe Collection Blu-ray in May
All seven of Andrei Tarkovsky's masterpieces have been brought together on Blu-ray for the first time in a luxuriously packaged Limited Edition Box set for a May UK release by Curzon Artificial Eye.

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24 Apr 2017
Critically acclaimed The Shepherd [El Pastor] in cinemas in June
The Shepherd, the latest film from The Soul of Flies and The Year and the Vineyard director Jonathan Cenzual Burley and a hit at worldwide film festivals, is to be released in UK cinemas in June from Matchbox Films.

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24 Apr 2017
Three new titles on Blu-ray & DVD from Arrow Academy in July
Works from Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin, Joseph H. Lewis and Rainer Werner Fassbinder have all been given the Arrow Academy treatment and are getting fully featured dual format releases in July.

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21 Apr 2017
Mulholland Drive 4K restoration on Blu-ray, DVD & EST in May
Recently voted the best film of the 21st Century in a BBC Culture poll, the new 4K restoration of David Lynch's masterful mystery thriller Mulholland Drive comes to UK Blu-ray, DVD and digital in May from Studiocanal.

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21 Apr 2017
Arrow unveils a delicious-looking July Blu-ray and DVD slate
A splendid collection of splatter flicks, J-Horror, crime classics, superior sequels and unmissable documentaries have been announced for Blu-ray and DVD by Arrow Video in their newly announced July release slate.

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11 Apr 2017
Alan Clarke's Rita, Sue and Bob Too on dual format in May
Following on from their magnificent Dissent and Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC 1969-1989) box set, the BFI has announced the May dual format release of Clarke's 1986 theatrical feature, Rita, Sue and Bob Too.

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11 Apr 2017
Rock documentary We Are X on DVD and Blu-ray Steelbook in May
Chronicling the history of the biggest and most successful rock band you've probably never heard of, Stephen Kijak's documentary portrait of X Japan comes to UK DVD and Blu-ray Steelbook in May from Manga Entertainment.

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11 Apr 2017
The Sinbad Trilogy and The Stone Killer on dual format in June
Powerhouse Films have announced a rather splendid dual format release for June in the shape of a box set containing the three Sinbad movies, which is joined by the delayed release of The Stone Killer, both in the Indicator label.

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10 Apr 2017
Action thriller Headshot on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download in June
Indonesian martial arts master and star of Gareth Evan’s The Raid films, Iko Uwais, stars in The Mo Brothers' blistering action revenge thriller, which comes to UK Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download in June from Arrow films.

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10 Apr 2017
Luis Buñuel's Death in the Garden on dual format in June
The middle film in Luis Buñuel's Revolutionary Triptych, starring Georges Marchal, Simone Signoret and Michel Piccoli, lands a UK dual format release in June from Eureka as part of the Masters of Cinema series.

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9 Apr 2017
Acclaimed drama Denial on Digital Download in May and on DVD June
Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall, Andrew Scott and Tom Wilkinson star in Mick Jackson and David Hare's acclaimed film adaptation on Deborah Lipstadt's book, on Digital Download in May and DVD in June from eOne.

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4 Apr 2017
It's Only the End of the World on DVD & Blu-ray in April
Gaspard Ulliel, Nathalie Baye, Vincent Cassel, Léa Seydoux and Marion Cotillard star in the latest film from wunderkind Xavier Dolan, which lands on UK Blu-ray and DVD this month from Curzon Artificial Eye.

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4 Apr 2017
Icíar Bollaín’s The Olive Tree on dual format in May
The inspirational and poignant story of a vibrant, determined young woman on a journey from internationally acclaimed director Icíar Bollaín lands a UK dual format release in May from Eureka Entertainment.

5 Apr
2017
Hard Times
Charles Bronson is at his laconic best in Walter Hill's first film as director, the story of a bare knuckle fight in Depression-era America. Slarek flexes his muscles and reviews the Blu-ray from Eureka's new Masters of Cinema release of the film.

5 Apr
2017
City of the Dead
Director John Moxey's first feature is one of the most visually striking and atmospheric British horror films of the 60s and beyond. Slarek revisits a personal favourite and salutes the transfer and comprehensive extras on Arrow's upcoming dual format release.

5 Apr
2017
The Big Heat
Fritz Lang's noir take on vengeance and institutional corruption in the postwar American suburbs is a gold-plated classic. The Big Heat is a thrill to discover and a joy to re-visit, as clydefro is reminded via Indicator's dual format release.

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22 Mar
2017
Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo
If there is an organisation beyond reproach even in an America badly damaged by recent political events, it’s NASA. The superb and surprisingly moving documentary, Mission Control reminds Camus of America’s past greatness.

5 Apr
2017
Fat City
Stacy Keach is a washed-up boxer and Jeff Bridges a new young hopeful in John Huston's downbeat but brilliant 1972 boxing-themed drama. Slarek revisits one of the great films of American 70s cinema on Indicator's superb dual format release.

31 Mar
2017
The Love Witch
Sex and horror melt into feminism and classic Hollywood melodrama for Anna Biller's The Love Witch, now out on Blu-ray in the US from Oscilloscope Laboratories and reviewed here by clydefro.

31 Mar
2017
My 20th Century
Dorotha Segda stars as twin sisters separated in childhood who go on to lead very different lives in Ildikó Enyedi's hugely inventive, kaleidoscopic debut feature, which looks terrific on Second Run's recently released Blu-ray. Slarek boards the Orient Express and marvels at the light.

26 Mar
2017
The Front
Woody Allen stars in a rare role for another director as a cashier who agrees to front scripts for his blacklisted writer friend in writer Walter Bernstein and director Martin Ritt's engrossing comedy-drama, which arrives on a fine dual format tomorrow from Indicator.

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22 Mar
2017
The Eyes of My Mother
Pathological loneliness and surgical skills make for dangerous bedfellows in Nicolas Pesce's deeply unsettling but strikingly confident first feature, which hits UK cinemas on Friday. The normally undisturbed Slarek finds this is one film that really got under his skin.

21 Mar
2017
The Creeping Garden
If the prospect of a feature length film about slime mould seems absurd, then you really should take a look and Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp's enthralling documentary. Slarek is bewitched by the film, its subject matter and Arrow Academy's superb dual format release.

18 Mar
2017
I, Daniel Blake
Despite the aristocratic ring of his chosen pseudonym, I, Daniel Blake brought back some painful memories for Lord Summerisle, who recalls his own experience with our crumbling welfare system and salutes Ken Loach and Paul Laverty's superb call to action.

12 Mar
2017
Two Rode Together
James Stewart and Richard Widmark star as argumentative friends charged with retrieving kidnapped white settlers from the Comanche in Two Rode Together, a sometimes dismissed but intriguing 1961 western from John Ford, on dual format tomorrow from Masters of Cinema.

8 Mar
2017
A Town Like Alice
Virginia McKenna and Peter Finch are excellent in Jack Lee's compelling 1956 adaptation of Nevil Shute's tale of a group of British women forced to walk across Malaya by the invading Japanese. Slarek is gripped and moved by the film, and enjoys Network's new Blu-ray.

27 Feb
2017
Train to Busan
King of Pigs director Yeon Sang-ho's first live action feature is a blistering zombie apocalypse horror-thriller set primarily on board a speeding bullet train, which arrived on Blu-ray this week from Studiocanal. Slarek buys a ticket and holds his breath.

27 Feb
2017
The Anderson Tapes
Sean Connery is a safecracker fresh out of prison who hatches a plan to rob an entire upmarket apartment block in Sidney Lumet's 1971 surveillance themed caper movie, released on dual format today by Indicator. Slarek revisits an intriguing crime drama on a typically fine disc.

23 Feb
2017
Bunny Lake is Missing
Otto Preminger almost perpetually deserves better but the stars may have finally aligned for once. His last time working in black and white has become Indicator's first monochrome release as Bunny Lake Is Missing is given a Dual Format edition. The film and disc are given a thorough look from clydefro.

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