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Blu-Ray Review - FLESH + BLOOD (1985)

FLESH + BLOOD (1985) review
In medieval Europe, a young noble girl is abducted by a band of mercenaries.

Re-Release Review - THE PRODUCERS (1968)

the producers review
A producer and an accountant concoct a scam to make a fortune by producing the world's worst play.

Blu-Ray Review - NO WAY OUT (1950)

no way out 1950 review
A doctor battles to clear his name when a criminal accuses him of killing his brother.

Blu-Ray Review - THE DEFIANT ONES (1958)

the defiant ones review
Two convicts - one black, one white - make a dash for freedom while chained together.

Back To Black: THE GRIFTERS & Six Of The Best Neo-Noirs

the grifters
With Stephen Frears' thriller coming to blu-ray from 101 Films, we look at some highlights of the neo-noir genre.

Blu-Ray Review - EXISTENZ (1999)

existenz review
Following an assassination attempt, the developer of a virtual reality game goes on the run with a security guard.

The Quiet Art Of THE SOUND OF MUSIC

THE SOUND OF MUSIC
As The Sound of Music returns to UK cinemas, we look at how Robert Wise subtly shaped a classic.

Blu-Ray Review - BREAKHEART PASS (1975)

breakheart pass review
In the old west, a captured fugitive uncovers a conspiracy aboard a train headed for a cavalry fort.

Blu-Ray Review - MARTY (1955)

marty film 1955 review
A butcher is torn between his attraction for a teacher and the disdain of his disapproving friends and mother.
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