The latest release from Second Sight Films sees a super-charged Limited Edition box set celebrating the ferocious quality of the 2011 cult classic: Drive. Released in both 4K UHD and Blu-ray formats, Drive has finally received the servicing it so fully deserves.
From writer-director Kirby McClure, Spaghetti Junction is the latest to blend the elements of the socially realistic family drama with the surrealist sci-fi fantasy.
The film responsible for Dan Mirvish winning the Best Director award at MANIFF 2022, 18 ½ is a comedy-drama dripped in paranoia involving the discovery of the missing duration of the infamous Nixon tapes.
With the Balkan wars, specifically that in Kosovo, featuring as the backdrop, Blerta Basholli presents the story of a Kosovan woman’s fight against misogyny and grief, based upon the true story of Fahrije Hoti
The best film from the opening weekend of MANIFF 2022, writer-director Todd Stephens presents veteran Udo Kier with the stage to perform a career best performance, dripping in the spectacular and flamboyance.
The Bat is back. Simple as that. 30 years after the cartoonishly dark, Batman Returns, Matt Reeves reboots the Bat in jet black, featuring the immense Robert Pattinson donning the cape and cowl.
Love is love. For Ali and Ava, love is a redemption. Coming from different backgrounds with different experiences, love poses no judgment nor prejudice. For Ali and Ava, love gives them another opportunity at life.
Almost 50 years since The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and we have yet another addition within a franchise as good as a blunt chainsaw. With Texas Chainsaw Massacre, exclusive to Netflix, there is hope of a well needed oil change for this horror franchise.
Based upon the crimes of Zhang Jun in early 90s China, Caught in Time presents a stylish cat and mouse thriller entailing an array of blood, guts and murder…all within a respectable running time.
From Roland Emmerich - the director of the disaster - comes the latest extravaganza of the ludicrous: Moonfall.
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.