A middling comedy/romance anime series suffers from a lack of compelling gags but has good character designs.
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.
This Shout Select Collector’s Edition offers up a good Blu-ray with a pleasing picture and excellent new featurettes.
Paul Verhoeven’s controversial pre-Hollywood film hits Blu-ray in the UK in a beautiful 4K restoration from the BFI.
All of the best of the show on the big screen in even bigger, bolder, more lavish fashion.
This Masters of Cinema series release uses the same 4K restoration from Paramount issued in 2010 on Blu-ray but adds a number of excellent bonus features.
This funny yaoi pop music series is closing in on twenty years, so how well does it hold up? Read on to find out.
An underwhelming western whose parts are stronger than its sum featuring Jane Fonda working wonders with a middling role.
This lavish and sentimental melodrama from director Douglas Sirk looks wonderful in this new Criterion Collection edition.
‘Plus One’ manages to subvert most of the rom-com tropes while still providing a funny and pleasant romance.