The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is arguably one of the most iconic films of its genre. Now, almost four decades and an (awful) remake later, Lionsgate have unleashed a sequel, Texas Chainsaw. Check out our thoughts here…
The Complete (Existing) Films of Sadao Yamanaka showcases the renowned filmmaker’s work and proves movies don’t need colour (or explosions) to be moving and engaging.
Originally released in 2005, its DVD release ended up a casualty of the Weinstein Brothers’ fallout with Disney. Having sat on the shelf for around eight years, is this an undiscovered gem?
Epic is the latest computer-animated movie to hit our screens. With a starry voice-cast and some stunning visual effects, is the animation’s story as strong as its style?
2013 is Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary! And to celebrate, the classic Dalek films (starring Peter Cushing as the Doctor) are enjoying a re-release on DVD and Blu-ray. See what we made of them here!
Handgun is not your regular rape-revenge thriller. Read our review and see how director Tony Garnett turned the genre into an exploration of gun culture in the USA.
This Swedish thiller has launched a franchise, a director and an emerging Hollywood star since its Scandinavian release in 2010 — although we’re late to the party, we couldn’t wait to find out what all the fuss is about.
ITV whodunit drama Broadchurch only finished a matter of weeks ago and now viewers get to relive the series on DVD! Watch as David Tennant and Olivia Coleman solve the best British thriller in a long time and see if you can crack the mystery before the community! Our spoiler-free review here.
Nothing But The Truth was lost after its production company went bust, but it’s finally available to buy on DVD and Blu-ray from 20th May! Check out our thoughts on the Kate Beckinsale and Matt Dillon thriller here.