Fresh from a 4K restoration, 1987’s Stagefright is the latest addition to Shameless Films’ sleazy sensations. Pictured on the front cover is the Night Owl wielding a chainsaw, but make no mistake - this isn’t Peter Gabriel in Genesis, but instead a psychotic killer with a theatre production at his whim.
Now available to experience and emote all over again on Blu-ray, The Father sees Anthony Hopkins deliver a masterclass, heart-breaking performance, subsequently and ultimately rewarded with his second triumph at the Academy Awards.
” From Eureka Entertainment – one of the best boutique home video labels – the Hong Kong action classic Time and Tide is the latest to experience a worthwhile and immaculate upgrade to Limited Edition Blu-ray
From Second Sight Films, the 2016 film Raw is in receipt of an updated Blu-ray release, and it may be the best one yet. Presented beautifully with a full range of lengthy extras, the updated package is a presentation of unbeatable value in the competitive market of boutique Blu-rays.
In the grittiest of natures, three murders take place...but are made to look like suicides. The deaths: car crash into a tree; bullet to the head; and decapitation via train.
Just over a decade and a half after its original release, one of Van Damme’s best films from the early 2000s - Wake of Death - is in receipt of an action-packed, ultimate Special Edition Blu-ray release, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment.
From Lionsgate UK, Hellraiser: Revelations - the ninth of the series - sees itself with disc and digital releases for the first time in the UK, ten years after its initial release.
Simon West – the visionary director behind one of the greatest films of all-time: Con Air – is back with more explosive action on screen in Skyfire …
60 years after its original release, the epitome of cool - behind and in front of the camera - gets the 4K restoration treatment it wholly deserves. À bout de souffle, better known as Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless, is the latest of Studiocanal’s prestige 4K releases.
In a film that opens with a family of four running through the woodland, away from armed soldiers, knowing that their doom most likely awaits… would you expect that same film to feature a chainsaw vs. meat hook battle over diamond theft in Turkey?
Up there with the likes of John Woo and Ringo Lam, Johnnie To is one of the finest directors within Hong Kong cinema, and arguably the greatest of the post-Handover era (1997-present).
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