Blu-ray Reviews

9

Excellent

9

Excellent

7

Good

8

Great

Mindhorn review

Sean Foley and Julian Barratt provide a zany, cheesy and yet commendably human comedy that stumbles here and here, but ultimately remains upright

6

Fair

Dreamscape review

A young psychic is pulled into a mysterious government scheme where nightmares meet reality and a threat to the world must be stopped

6

Fair

8

Great

New Battles Without Honour and Humanity review

These are a must-have for any fan of Yakuza movies and fans of gangster epics in general. Their influence and style can not be understated

7

Good

Raw review

Julia Ducournau's unconventional horror film is certainly shocking – but underneath the meat and eroticism, there is a genuinely compelling take on the coming-of-age genre

9

Excellent

Free Fire review

Ben Wheatley's best effort yet. A hilarious and ridiculous thrill ride that pulls no punches and entertains from start to finish in a glorious shower of bullets

8

Great