No other company has done more of Australian cinema than Umbrella Entertainment – the home of Ozploitaion, but the Melbourne-based label is also responsible for some of the most random and outrageous Blu-ray releases on the market.

Blu-ray Review: Dingo (1991)

Following the inaugural release of The Last Wave under Umbrella Entertainment’s new sub-label, Sunburnt Screens, another obscure classic has finally been given an HD treatment. Rolf de Heer’s Dingo hit shelves in January; an endearing drama about an average resident of the Western Australian outback, John Anderson (Colin Friels), who sets out to meet his […]

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DVD Review: Young Winston (1972)

Needless to say, Winston Churchill has been immortalised on both film and television numerous times, often receiving a mixed response from historians and the general movie-going public. Although, the legend or myth of Churchill served Gary Oldman well in winning his overdue Oscar for Darkest Hour. 45 years’ prior, the British leader’s formative years were

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DVD Review: The Boris Karloff Collection (1934-1940)

Umbrella Entertainment has put together their own Boris Karloff Collection on DVD, perfect for those coming off their Halloween horror-binge, featuring gothic classics, The Back Cat and The Raven, along with two dramatic thrillers in the form of Tower of London and Black Friday. Spanning the course of six years in the screen icon’s filmography,

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DVD Review: Destroyer (1943)

Umbrella Entertainment launched a modest new series late last year to champion the old-timey action flicks in their library, Combat Classics – War Stories on Film, beginning with Destroyer, starring Edward G. Robinson, Glenn Ford and Marguerite Chapman. Produced by Columbia Pictures during World War II, this naval adventure follows shipyard worker, Steve Boleslavski (Robinson),

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