When COVID-19 was closing everything in 2020, Imprint Films, a premium sub-label of Via Vision Entertainment, emerged and physical media in Australia has since been all the better for it.

Blu-ray Review: Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead (1995)

Contrary to what the title suggests, Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead, is not a morbid advertisement for the ‘Mile-High City’, but rather a slick crime/drama made in post-Pulp Fiction Hollywood that’s currently available on Blu-ray from the boutique label, Imprint Films, title number 144. Andy Garcia stars as Jimmy the Saint, an …

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Blu-ray Review: The Music of Chance (1993)

With streaming becoming the dominant means of delivering content into our homes, the chance of certain classic titles seeing a physical release slowly decreases. However, boutique label, Imprint Films, continues to buck the trend, so to speak, with the release of the obscure indie drama/mystery, The Music of Chance, which only saw a DVD release …

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Blu-ray Review: Across 110th Street (1972)

Quentin Tarantino opened his dialogue-heavy and street-crime opus, Jackie Brown, with the song, Across 110th Street, originally written by singer/songwriter Bobby Womack for the film of the same name. Out now on Blu-ray from Imprint Films, this seminal and influential genre classic is being celebrated once again by critics and fans alike. When a mafia …

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Blu-ray Review: Man on a Swing (1974)

Murder was the theme of Imprint Films’ April bundle, from the overwhelmingly popular The Wicker Man to the previously hard-to-find cult thriller, Man on a Swing; starring Joel Grey in a chilling post-Oscar performance opposite all-American leading man, Cliff Robertson. Lifted for the grisly annals of true crime, more specifically The Girl on the Volkswagen …

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Blu-ray Review: Johnny Got His Gun (1971)

Dalton Trumbo was a prolific screenwriter famously blacklisted with nine other industry professionals by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Many years after his exile, and understandably jaded, but no less talented Trumbo, adapted his 1939 anti-war novel, Johnny Got His Gun for the big screen, sitting in the director’s chair for the first time. No, …

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Blu-ray Review: Marooned (1969)

Space exploration presented an exciting and hopeful new endeavour for mankind, but with any new frontier, comes danger and risk. Marooned offers the possible scenario of being trapped high above in Earth’s breathtaking orbit when three astronauts are unable to return due to a mechanical failure onboard their spacecraft. With their oxygen-limited to only 48 …

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