Multiple subgenres come together for this fun fantasy anime series.
On all points a mildly subversive, wildly stylistic, and violent instant genre classic that overwhelms the senses with color, mood, and a slow-burning sense of dread.
Three early and stunning yakuza films from the Japanese auteur Takeshi Kitano are offered up in a wonderful Blu-ray collection from BFI.
The ‘libs’ are bad and the ‘deplorables’ good in this heavy-handed, political horror/thriller about a literal human hunt, where the action is great but the commentary too in-your-face.
Neither of these Snipes vehicles is without flaws, but they pair well together for an afternoon of popcorn thrills in this barebones double feature combo.
A complex and layered series that honors the original work while tackling pressing social issues of today.
A suspenseful and brutal feminist revenge thriller finds a woman refusing to be a victim and turning her assaulters into the hunted.
The best of the John Ford “cavalry” trilogy makes it to Blu-ray in the UK from Masters of Cinema series in an excellent release.
J.J. Abrams delivers an enjoyable if not unflawed end to the Skywalker saga that should put the franchise on solid footing heading into the future.
An action-packed alternate reality version of Cold War-era Superman.