Film

Film Review: Birth of the Dragon

Stepping onto the fight mat to present a pivotal moment in Lee’s story we have director George Nolfi’s ‘Birth of the Dragon’ (2016), which is itself inspired by the supposed events that were the catalyst for Lee deciding to significantly evolve from his traditional fighting style Wing Chun

Film Review: The Shape Of Water

I’ve been a Guillermo Del Toro fan for many years; after seeing Pan’s Labyrinth very late one night I’ve devoured all his films and adored his wonderful nightmare fairy-tale film-scapes.

Win a Cine Asia DVD bundle for Wolf Warrior II

To celebrate the release of worldwide box office hit Wolf Warrior II, we have a great pair of films to get you pumped for action, including the original Wolf Warrior and Elite Force: Operation Mekong, plus a limited Wolf Warrior II postcard

Film Review: Early Man

Like one of the best (and slowest) archaeological digs ever, it seems that the creative genius that brought us Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run and the absolute wonderment that is Shaun the Sheep has been unearthed once again.

Win ‘The Unseen’ out on DVD and Digital Download from 12th Feb

Gemma and Will are shattered when their son dies in an accident. Gemma blames herself and starts to have panic attacks that affect her eyesight – and the audience’s point of view. Will, tormented, believes he is hearing his son’s voice calling out to him.

Released on Jan 22nd – Win ‘Daphne’ on DVD

et in modern day London, DAPHNE tells the story of a 31-year-old woman who is witty and charismatic. On some days, she seems to have everything going for her; on others she can be self-destructive and scattered

Movie Review: Casino (1996)

Based on a book by Nicholas Pileggi who himself had a fair share of experience with the mob as he was with a man who ran four casinos, Casino takes you closer to the horrid yet awe-inspiring Mafia culture in Las Vegas.

Film Review – Bingo: The King of the Mornings

There might be a picture of a kid’s clown on the poster for truly excellent ‘Bingo: The King of the Mornings’ (2017), but this definitely isn’t one for all the family to sit round watching after Christmas dinner

The Immortal Blade

Film Review: The Immortal Blade

It’s not going to be for everyone, but like the best of cult movies, it’s not supposed to be. See it slash the silver screen, and then for thousands of viewings at home, it will lead to your own redemption.

Logan Lucky out 18th December – Win one of 3 copies!

STUDIOCANAL is pleased to announce that the high-speed heist film – LOGAN LUCKY – will be available on Digital Download from 18 December 2017 and on Blu-ray, Ultra-HD and DVD from 26 December 2017 and to celebrate we’re giving away 3 copies on DVD.

Film Review: Brakes

On a scrap of paper ‘Brakes’ (2016) by first time director Mercedes Grower (who also wrote it) is a brilliant idea, and to the greater extent it really works. As the description goes, it’s an improv-based dark comedy set in London.