DVD

A Beast In Black Sheep’s Clothing

A juxtaposition of serial killer mystery and genre romance, Beast boasts an absorbing tonal shift from drama to thriller, marking Michael Pearce as one to watch....

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Feminism and the Virgin Whore: Antiporno

Fiercely lurid and often surreal, Sion Sono's tribute to Japan's Roman Porno is a whirlwind trip into sexual dichotomy....

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Interracial Tensions and Civil Unrest: Gook

Justin Chon’s sophomore feature packs a punch as a small-scale representation of what led to the 1992 Los Angeles riots....

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One Woman and Her Dog: Rex

Gabriela Cowperthwaite makes her debut narrative feature with Rex, a biographical film based upon real-life US Marine corporal veteran Megan Leavey....

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Tearing Up Social Mores: The Party

A deliciously bitey satire on bourgeois pretensions, The Party is a reflection on the stage of politics. ...

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Status Quo Vs. Justice: Strangled

Basing itself upon true events, Strangled is a bold, sociopolitical thriller that pulls no punches....

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Starkly Beautiful: God’s Own Country

Deftly balancing frank storytelling with plausible gay romance, God's Own Country is a stunning feature debut. ...

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Depressingly Funny: Daphne

A refreshingly accurate and wryly funny portrayal of everyday mental illness, Daphne is an impressive feature debut....

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Not the Final Countdown for Europe – DVD and Tour (Europe)

EUROPE’s momentous live appearance at Wacken 2015 filmed, recorded and released as a DVD & BluRay...

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Guilt, loss and blame in smalltown America (Little Accidents)

A bleak smalltown film, centred around a tragic mining accident...

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Metropolis; Hawks and Sparrows; Pigsty

In a nice antidote to blockbuster season, there is much food for thought to be had in three of this week's DVD releases. (I doubt the debate surrounding the Batman shooting will last for long, and...

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