An ironic and gratifyingly bawdy Hong Kong sex comedy in the tradition of Fellini's 8½.
By Anton Bitel
The poetic and violent debut film by controversial Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk gets a long-awaited DVD release in the UK.
Stevan Mena's slowburn 2010 chiller examines how we can grow up to become damaged and violent souls.
A lilting, musical celebration of the changing English landscape from director Paul Kelly and Saint Etienne.
By Rebecca Ellis
Toshiya Fujita's superb 1973 exploitation film is the original rip-roaring rampage of revenge.
An oversized hunk of CGI cheese with hybrid monsters, broad acting and self-consciously silly dialogue.
Camp, gaudy epic or early example of cinematic S&M? Either way, DeMille's 1934 film is a sublime beauty.
By David Jenkins
Joseph Kahn's self-financed pop-cultural cornucopia is deserving of multiple viewings.
This enchanting and poetic 1996 film from Indian director Adoor Gopalakrishnan makes it's debut on DVD.