Here you’ll find reviews/breakdowns of various disc-based releases from the distributors who were generous enough to provide screener copies; and you’ll no doubt notice my unwavering devotion to the aging SD format, DVD.

Blind leading the blind: Mansion of the Doomed (1976) – review

101 Films dips into the Full Moon Features catalogue of exploitation cinema with the gory cult classic, Mansion of the Doomed – available on Blu-ray from May 6th, appropriately under their Black Label. Produced by prolific filmmaker Charles Band, who is comparable to Roger Corman in terms of his output and style, Mansion of the

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Blu-ray Review: Fear City (1984)

101 Films’ very collectable Black Label has attached some salacious classics from dark alleys of cinema, with the latest and one of its most worthy titles, Fear City from mad-man director Abel Ferrara – released May 18th on a Limited-Edition Blu-ray. Tom Berenger stars in this violent neo-noir as ex-boxer-turned-talent-manager, Matt Rossi, who finds himself

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Blu-ray Review: Houdini

If you’ve watched Planes, Trains and Automobiles, you need not worry, as the line about Harry Houdini’s fate delivered by John Candy is not a spoiler to the classic biography/drama, Houdini, starring Tony Curtis, which was released on Blu-ray last year by Signal One Entertainment in the UK. World-renowned escape artist, Harry Houdini had been

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