❉ Sidney Hayers’ 1971 thriller boasts a number of familiar names in fresh-faced early roles, including James Cosmo, Lesley-Anne Down, and David Essex making his second screen appearance.
❉ Writer/director Robert D. Kryzowski and a seriously great Sam Elliott deliver one of the year’s best and most pleasant surprises!
❉ O’Connell writes with wit and repartee on the influence of “George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, a shark, two motherships, some gremlins, ghostbusters and a man of steel”.
❉ “Why are musical geniuses on film always piano players?”, muses Iain MacLeod. “You never see a tortured accordion player or obsessed washboard player.”
❉ How very timely! A 30th Anniversary release of the cult classic high school satire, with a 4K restoration featuring a host of extras, new artwork and a collector’s booklet.
❉ Coming-of-age fantasy drama based on the graphic novel by Joe Kelly and J.M. Ken Niimura flies onto DVD 2 July.
❉ THE MOST VIOLENT FILM EVER MADE – BANNED IN 31 COUNTRIES! Restored and re-graded from a new 2K scan.
❉ The legendary Ciao! Manhattan, long unavailable in the UK, is receiving its first ever Blu-ray release complete with fascinating special features.
❉ Cronenberg’s violent exploration of digital immersion has proved to be eerily prophetic, in its own skewed bio-technological way.
❉ Mod masterpiece to be released by the BFI in a Dual Format Edition – the first time it has been released on Blu-ray in the UK!