Blu-ray Reviews

10

Superb

The Wizard of Oz: 70th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray)

1939, what a year. Germany invaded Poland, Batman made his first ever appearance in Detective Comics and a young man by the name of Marvin Gaye breathed his first breath...

2

Dreadful

Year One (Blu-ray)

National Lampoon’s Animal House. Caddyshack. Ghostbusters. Groundhog Day. Over the years, writer and director Harold Ramis has been involved with some of the truly great Hollywood comedies.

8

Great

Public Enemies (Blu-ray)

Public Enemies reaffirms Michael Mann as one of the true auteur directors of this generation. Easily duking it out with 2004’s Collateral for second place in the Mann canon, it...

2

Dreadful

Fighting (Blu-ray)

A young man down on his luck in New York City is spotted in a brawl by a hustler and together they arrange street fights to get rich.

8

Great

Coraline (Blu-ray)

Coraline is the story of Coraline Jones (Fanning), an adventurous girl who moves with her parents to a new village and into a weird, creaky old house, called the Pink Palace.

6

Fair

Brüno (Blu-ray)

Bruno is a provocative and confrontational work of cinema; thankfully, it also happens to be hilariously funny.

4

Poor

The Proposal review (Blu-ray)

The Proposal is a quaint little rom-com starring Bullock as Margaret Tate, editor-in-chief of a prestigious New York publishing house.

10

Superb

An American Werewolf in London review (Blu-ray)

Dusted off, digitally remastered and available on Blu-ray for the first time (although this new version had its first UK outing at FrightFest in August, with Mr Landis himself sitting...

7

Good

Penny Points To Paradise / Let's Go Crazy (Blu-ray)

Restored by the BFI with clearly a lot of love and attention to detail, Penny Points To Paradise is the first evidence of film work by landscape-changing comedy group The Goons.

4

Poor

Obsessed (Blu-ray)

It seems like it’s been a little while since a really brilliant thriller has emerged from the Hollywood machine, feel free to disagree but the last glimmering gems were probably...