A hint of Memento, a dash of Seconds, a note of The Singing Detective, a peck of Kiss Me Deadly and a detour into Lost Highway territory... Put together, 1993's monochrome noir Suture is completely its...
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Visually arresting, psychologically affecting and intellectually stunning, Andrei Tarkovsky's debut masterpiece Ivan's Childhood is a true essential.
One of the more inspired pieces of film marketing in recent years is the new hardback from Penguin entitled Ghosts from Our Past - Both Literally and Figuratively: The Study of the Paranormal.
Film noir or romantic melodrama? Gilda straddles both with enduring appeal - Charles Vidor's 1946 still stings and allures to this day.
75 years on, Here Comes Mr Jordan remains a delightful romantic fantasy with a sharp script and heavenly performances.
One of the greatest revenge thrillers of all time, Cape Fear is the perfect B-movie with an A-list cast.
A masterpiece of a film biopic and an artistic statement bold enough to match Munch's own work, Peter Watkins' film is staggeringly good.
Overlord is one of those cinematic highwire acts that you can't take your eyes off. You won't find another film like it.
Will Smith delivers another fine dramatic performance in this moving, if predictable, sports drama.
What this sedate, dramatic ghost story lacks in scares, it makes up for genuine emotion, Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Journey to the Shore comes well recommended.
A perfect movie and deserved Best Picture Oscar winner, Spotlight is thoughtful, well crafted, important and resonant.
Crime film icon Humphrey Bogart teams with Rebel Without a Cause director Nicholas Ray for a moody noir with delicious characters.
The best acting Sylvester Stallone has ever done. This is a Rocky for the ages.
A deserved Oscar winner, Room is a quietly devastating look into the human condition and how, one way or another, we are all captives among our own lives.
A dark subject of the Holocaust is elevated to emotional heights by Eric Clapton's sublime score for Philippe Mora's powerful new documentary.
As the flower power generation wilted, gritty counterculture independent filmmaking blossomed with Easy Rider as the trailblazer to beat. A masterpiece and a milestone to boot.
Akira Kurosawa's final masterpiece is an absolute must see and essential purchase on StudioCanal's gorgeous new Blu-ray.
As the Oscar nominated Rocky sequel Creed steps out of the ring and to Blu-ray everywhere, let's take a look at the modern classic's stats by the numbers...
Well ahead of its time, Pink String and Sealing Wax boasts a killer femme fatale wrapped up tight in an engrossing stranglehold of a plot.
A lost classic rediscovered - José Ramón Larraz's atmospheric chiller Symptoms is a must for classic horror lovers.
Catch 22 meets Shutter Island, William Peter Blatty's The Ninth Configuration is as deranged and as brilliant as that mash-up promises.
One of the most distinguished adaptations of one of Shakespeare's most distinguished plays, Polanski's take on MacBeth remains incredibly powerful 45 years later.
A technical marvel and a charming picture to boot, classic Harold Lloyd caper Speedy is a must for silent comedy film fans especially on this UK Criterion Blu-ray.
A fascinating insight into the chic side of social and physical delay, the Maysles brothers' seminal documentary Grey Gardens is a diamond in the rough.
Hilarious and heartwarming, Tootsie is much more than just Dustin Hoffman in drag - it's an enduring American comedy classic.
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