James Mason

9

Excellent

8

Great

Murder By Decree review (DVD)

If you'd like to take a break from the frantic modern update of Sherlock Holmes and return to the traditional take on the character why not pick this DVD up?...

6

Fair

They Met In The Dark review (DVD)

They Met In The Dark follows the exploits of a wrongfully discharged Royal Naval officer (James Mason) in his quest to redeem his reputation, discover the truth and prove he...

10

Superb

Cross of Iron review (Blu-ray)

Easily the most neglected of the many classic films made by Sam Peckinpah, Cross of Iron is one of the most nihilistic war films ever made.

10

Superb

4

Poor

Prince Valiant review (Blu-ray)

Henry Hathaway was never really much of a director, let's be honest. He focused mainly on action films that were average at best, sans a few exceptions like the flame-throwing...

4

Poor

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman review

Every month an old classic movie is dusted off and given a re-release in selected cinemas so filmgoers can take a look back at these marvels and think: "Wow! They...

6

Fair

Spring and Port Wine (DVD)

Written for the screen by Bill Naughton and based on his own play of the same name, Spring and Port Wine is a father-knows-best story of a working class family...