1.9 C
New York
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Home Tags BFI

Tag: BFI

Richard III (1995) [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Ian McKellen plays Shakespeare's despotic Richard III in this 1995 film adaptation filled with 20th Century fascist symbolism in what is a gorgeous restoration on Blu-ray +DVD Combo from the BFI.

Farewell My Concubine [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

1991 Chinese cinema epic 'Farewell My Concubine' arrives in a barebones Blu-ray Combo pack from the BFI.

Pasolini [UK] Blu-ray Review

Abel Ferrara's dreamlike film about Pier Paolo Pasolini's final tragic day alive, Pasolini, is available now on Blu-ray from BFI.

The Roberto Rossellini Ingrid Bergman Collection [UK] Blu-ray Review

The Roberto Rossellini Ingrid Bergman Blu-ray Collection from the BFI charts three of the couple's films concerning turbulent marriages that would go on to influence generations of filmmakers.

Back to 1942 [UK] Blu-ray Review

Back to 1942 (一九四二) is a beautifully filmed epic that tells the story of China's devastating wartime famine in Henan.

The Day the Earth Caught Fire [UK] Blu-ray Review

Nuclear paranoia permeates the 1961 British sci-fi classic The Day the Earth Caught Fire, back in a 4K restoration on Blu-ray from the BFI.

A Farewell to Arms (1932) [UK] Blu-ray Review

The original cinematic version of Hemingway's war romance A Farewell to Arms gets a strong HD release on Blu-ray from the BFI

Akira Kurosawa Samurai Collection [UK] Blu-ray Review

The Kurosawa Samurai Collection from the BFI brings together four of the auteur's finest chambara films masterfully restored by Toho.

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -

Latest Articles

Netflix Original: The Queen’s Gambit (TV Series Review)

A brilliant adaptation of Walter Tevis's novel about a troubled young chess genius who blazes international trails for women.

The Flintstones: The Complete Series (Blu-ray Review)

Yabadabadoo! Meet the Flintstones again in this new complete series Blu-ray collection from Warner Bros.

The Wonderland (Blu-ray Review)

This Miyazaki-inspired fantasy doesn't hit the emotional weight of the master, but is still visually stunning and great fun for the family.

Netflix Original: Rebecca (Movie Review)

While this new version of 'Rebecca' is a fairly faithful adaptation of the du Maurier novel, it conveys very little of the Gothic horror that made the original film so completely chilling.

Apple Original: On the Rocks (Movie Review)

Sofia Coppola has delivered a comedy drama that is long on Bill Murray and pretty short on everything else as a philandering father attempts to convince his married daughter that her husband is also a philanderer.