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The Gunman (2015) Movie Review

An operative kills a government official in Ghana and then has to fight for his own life in The Gunman.

The Avengers: The Complete Series 4 [UK] Blu-ray Review

The British cult favorite spy series The Avengers arrives in all its eccentric glory in a beautiful Blu-ray transfer from StudioCanal.

Paddington (2015) Movie Review

Paddington Bear is now Paddington the movie, and it's very warm and fuzzy.

I’m All Right Jack [UK] Blu-ray Review

This witty satire about the clash of the classes in post-war Britain was a breakout role for Peter Sellers and won two BAFTAs.

The Hayao Miyazaki Collection [UK] Blu-ray Review

The masterful animated works of Miyazaki Hayao are brought together by StudioCanal in this eleven film Blu-ray collection spanning over thirty-years.

The Wind Rises [UK] (Hayao Miyazaki Collection Version) Blu-ray Review

Breathtaking animation and a fully realized, mature drama make the fictionalized biopic The Wind Rises one of Miyazaki Hayao's most accomplished works.

Spirited Away [UK] Blu-ray Review

Miyazaki Hayao's Academy Award-winning Spirited Away will whisk you away with its beautiful artwork and heartwarming story on Blu-ray from StudioCanal.

The Killing Fields: 30th Anniversary Edition [UK] Blu-ray Review

For its 30th Anniversary, StudioCanal release the powerful, Award-winning drama The Killing Fields onto Blu-ray

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