A major sci-fi event from one of this generation's best directors, Denis Villeneuve's Arrival is here to stay.
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Monty Python satire meets Hunter S Thompson depravity in John Waters' unforgettably sordid indie classic Multiple Maniacs.
A dirty and sadistic slice of 1970s Italian cinema, Elio Petri's Property Is No Longer A Theft is a steal on Arrow Blu-ray.
A hipster and science geek's dream documentary - an artistic exploration of plasmodial slime mould. It's far more engaging than it would first appear!
Surprisingly funny and consistently entertaining, John Ford's overlooked Two Rode Together is worth another shot.
A truly definitive film noir and melodrama rolled into one, Mildred Pierce cuts through to emerge as one of cinema's finest.
Chamber drama meets oddball arthouse indie in Roman Polanski's early feature Cul-De-Sac now revitalised on Criterion Blu-ray.
Westerns don't get much better than John Ford's My Darling Clementine. Henry Fonda is the definitive Wyatt Earp.
Fantasy, relationship dramas, nostalgia trips, dramedies and odes to German expressionism all shine in Arrow's dazzling overview of Woody Allen's most diverse five year period.
It's hard to believe that a film this challenging only amounts to around one and a half hours of running time, but 'Memories of Underdevelopment' is time well spent.
Seldom does acting and storytelling merge as regally as in Fred Zinnemann's A Man For All Seasons. A crowning achievement.
A rather pedestrian musical that benefits hugely from the presence of Rita Hayworth and Gene Kelly.
Flashes of brilliance glimmer throughout Brian De Palma's schlocky and hypnotic multiple personality thriller Raising Cain now on a 5-star Blu-ray from Arrow.
Bryan Cranston dazzles in a true life undercover crime thriller that ultimately lacks punch and staying power.
Often dismissed as a 'transition phase' in Chaplin's career, the Essanay pictures are important, charming and endlessly intriguing gems of silent comedy cinema.
One of Sam Peckinpah's finest films, the tequila drenched Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia is an absolute must.
One of many milestones in German silent cinema from the 1920s, Variete is a carnival of surprises.
One of the most influential films ever made, 1920's The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is a masterpiece of atmospheric horror.
Cillian Murphy shines in this Nazi resistance thriller that thrills as much as it informs.
A down and dirty crime picture that owes much to 1970s American independent cinema, Hell or High Water hits the mark.
Before Ichi the Killer and Audition, Takashi Miike reined in the shock violence and reigned over the crime genre with the engaging Black Society Trilogy - they're begging for rediscovery in this collection...
It doesn't get better than this. His Girl Friday is the ultimate screwball comedy. Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell shine.
From the first tribal beats to the constant washes of brilliant colour, Black Orpheus is enrapturing and insightful entertainment.
One of the best Blu-ray releases in ages, Arrow's deluxe treatment of Donnie Darko makes a great film a truly perfect addition to the classic cinema shelf.
A sumptuous epic that has the feel of epic Hollywood, the smarts of a historical novel and the audacity of an indie drama.
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