This Guillermo Del Toro produced horror/thriller offers up a good scare for the first two acts and a bit of disappointing finale, but the Blu-ray release from Optimum is pure home theatre heaven.
After returning to UK cinemas in this brand-new restoration on 19th August 2011, this classic dark comedy of manners featuring superb performances from Dennis Price and Alec Guinness from Ealing Studios hits Blu-ray (and DVD) in this sparkling rendition.
This classic Ealing Studios post-war comedy is given a nice spruce up on Blu-ray and ready to grace the shelves of cinephiles.
A classic British madcap crime caper, directed by Charles Crichton, who would go on to direct another such film, A Fish Called Wanda, The Lavender Hill Mob arrives in a wonderfully spruced up and feature rich 60th Anniversary Blu-ray Edition from Optimum Home Entertainment.
A classic bit of British wartime propaganda, the war thriller Went the Day Well? is given a nice 1080p VC-1 restoration to Blu-ray on Optimum’s Vintage Classics imprint.
Nic Roeg’s visionary horror film, Don’t Look Now, arrives on Blu-ray with a director-approved transfer and a good amount of new extras from the folks at Optimum.
Coppola’s classic Vietnam war film finally hits UK store shelves in its ultimate reference, Full Disclosure, 3-disc edition featuring both theatrical and Redux cuts plus the Hearts of Darkness documentary.
This 1953 classic about the battle in the North Atlantic arrives on Blu-ray with a competent AVC transfer from Optimum’s Classic label and is a worthy addition to any library of war film fans.
A classic anti-war statement from director Sam Peckinpah, Cross of Iron arrives in a beautiful 1080p restoration from the UK’s Optimum.
This 1958 British World War II classic arrives with a solid 1080p restoration from Optimum releasing.