Fifty Shades Darker film poster

New to DVD/Blu-ray… 26th June, 2017

Your new weekly look at what’s arriving on Blu-ray & DVD. Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson return as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in ‘Fifty Shades Darker’; Mark Wahlberg stars in ‘Patriots Day’, the powerful story of how the city of Boston came together following devastating events, and 20th Century Women sees Annette Bening head a strong female cast, coming together to help teach a teenage boy about life and love. There’s also a 25th Anniversary re-release for Julie Dash’s acclaimed ‘Daughters of the Dust’, an avowed influence on Beyoncé’s album Lemonade, the film broke new ground in its representation of black women on screen.

Diane Keaton & Brendan Gleeson in HAMPSTEAD

New in Cinema… 23rd June, 2017

Star-crossed lovers Diane Keaton & Brendan Gleeson arrive at a cinema screen near you this week in ‘Hampstead’; Michael Bay’s ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ redefines what it means to be a hero, and things aren’t always what they seem in suburbia in the drama-thriller ‘The Book of Henry’.  Plus, here’s to you Mrs Robinson as ‘The Graduate’ celebrates it’s a 50 year anniversary with a big screen re-release.

The LEGO Batman Movie

New to DVD/Blu-ray – 19th June, 2017

Your new weekly look at what’s arriving on Blu-ray & DVD. ‘The Lego Batman Movie’, which sees The Caped Crusader return to save Gotham City from the Joker, and ‘Moonlight’, the beautiful coming-of-age tale that quite literally snatched the Best Picture Oscar from ‘La La Land’, are the week’s big releases, plus Fellini’s restored masterpiece ‘La Strada’ and the slow-burn Japanese thriller ‘Harmonium.’

Gifted movie (2017)

New in Cinema… 16th June, 2017

Your weekly look at the new releases, including Gifted, starring Chris Evans as a single dad raising a child prodigy; Brian Cox as Britain’s war time prime minister in the days leading up to the D-Day Landings in Churchill, and Nick Broomfield’s insightful documentary about the last days of one of the world’s greatest singers in Whitney: Can I Be Me. 

The Great Outdoors Remake

We’ve not had news of a newly-announced remake for a little while, and we’d assumed that the contents of the 1980s and 1990s had been thoroughly mined. That’s not the case, however, as Universal has settled on a new version of the 1988 comedy, The Great Outdoors. The original film…

Austin Powers 4 still possible

We get very few movies from Mike Myers, who in the 1990s and 2000s sprung to the top of Hollywood off the back of the Wayne’s World, Shrek and particular the Austin Powers films. Even the not very good The Cat In The Hat crossed $100m at the US box…