The past 20 years has seen a resurgence in the popularity of black and white films, but monochrome masterpieces have been a staple part of the industry throughout its history. To mark the DVD release of the critically acclaimed A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night; the feature debut directed by Ana Lily Amirpour often tagged as ‘the first Iranian Vampire Western’, we look back at five of our black and white favourites from recent years.
The late James Gandolfini, was undeniably one of the most loved actors of our time. His last film The Drop is out on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD 23rd March. To celebrate his life, his achievements and the Blu-ray and DVD release of The Drop, here’s a look at some of his most memorable films.
Keira Knightley’s talent has seen her rise through the acting ranks from supporting roles to stardom. In 2008, Keira joined the Forbes list as the second highest-paid actress in Hollywood making her the only non-American on the list of highest-paid actresses that year.
Acclaimed actor, director, and producer Roman Polanski once said, "Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theater." What Mr. Polanski didn't account for, though, are theaters so spectacular that you won't want to forget them. The four theaters on this list have different claims to fame, but the common denominator is this -- each will leave you with an experience that is at least as immersive and delightful as the cinema itself.
With The Keeper of Lost Causes, the screen adaptation of the award-winning novel Mercy by Jussi Adler- Olsen, now available on Download to Own, Blu-ray, DVD and Video on Demand, we take a look at some other notable recent literary adaptations.
With award-winning real-life plane crash feature EREBUS: INTO THE UNKNOWN hitting UK cinema screens on 9 January and DVD/On Demand 12 January, we look back at films that capture the bravery, humanity, loss, spirit and experiences of some of the world’s most disastrous real-life situations.