A fascinating artefact of French post-war cinema
A commanding tone poem on the nature of conscience
An occasionally compelling if ultimately unsatisfying re-telling of true events.
A modern movie twist on the traditional whodunnit
The great expose of the dark underside of the American dream re-released in pristine form
Some good ideas and performances wasted in a bog-standard horror film
A stunning documentary celebration of one of mankind’s greatest achievements
An unfocused but intriguing autobiography of troubled youth
A campy but fun low-rent remake of the 1970s body-horror classic
A brutally funny exploration of the fragility of modern masculinity
The hard hitting tale of Aboriginal oppression and violent revenge still packs a punch
Jane Fonda excels in this seminal 70s neo-noir thriller
The LGBTQI cult classic musical gets a fabulous Blu-ray treatment
A solid package of a lesser film from a legendary 80s director.
Jane Fonda’s Vietnam veteran passion project is still moving 40 years on.
Marguerite Duras’ autobiographical howl of pain fails to translate to the big screen, despite some fine performances
Promising philosophical sci-fi proves ponderous and pat
Strong feminist concept film let down by facile moments and low budget
A fascinating if flawed meeting of classic Film Noir and World War II drama.
A woefully inept war drama, with some decent aerial combat scenes.
This landmark of French Arthouse cinema get the high definition release it deserves.
A darkly funny, thoughtful and likeable offbeat Western
Gleefully gory B-movie mayhem, with killer Nazi puppets
Vapid indie garbage masquerading as artful whimsy.