Blu-ray Review: Maurice

  Cohen Film Collection has released James Ivory’s 1987 film, Maurice, to Blu-ray. Maurice is a beautiful coming of age tale that concerns a young man named Maurice Hall (James Wilby), who is forced to come to terms with his sexuality after he falls in love with a man named Clive – played by Hugh […]

Blu-ray Review: THE BEAR

Shout Factory’s anniversary Blu-ray of Jean-Jacques Annaud’s 1988 masterpiece, The Bear, should have a place in your collection. I’m serious. The Bear is a brilliant work of art, a film that you watch while pondering all of the craft and skill that went in to the making of it. The Bear tells the story of a bear […]

Blu-ray Review: LION

Garth Davis’ biographical film, Lion, has finally arrived on Blu-ray through Lionsgate. It tells the true story of a young man named Sheru, who is separated from his family in India, and is later adopted by an Australian couple, played by Nicole Kidman (in an Oscar-nominated role) and David Wenham. Twenty years later, Sheru attempts […]

New Releases from Shout Factory

Shout Factory has released some incredible Blu-rays over the past few months. Listed below are some of the best, and all are must-own collectibles for serious film lovers! Poltergeist II and III: The two sequels to the 1982 classic have finally arrived on Blu-ray, and are jam-packed with special features that are sure to please […]

Review: Heavy Traffic

Ralph Bakshi was one of the most influential and original voices in animation in the sixties and seventies, and most of his films have gone on to develop large cult followings. Often blending live action with crude animation, the majority of his films were largely controversial, often earning X ratings from the MPAA. The semi-autobiographical […]