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Xavier Dolan's Tom at the Farm on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD in August
news | 23 July 2014
The most recent film from site favourite actor-director Xavier Dolan (at least until Mommy arrives) lands a UK home entertainment release in August from Network.
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins...
blu-ray review | 20 July 2014
A box-office flop in its day, the hugely likeable Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins... has since built a cult following, and looks the business on Arrow's recently released and impressively featured Blu-ray.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
film review | 19 July 2014
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is astounding, extraordinary, stunning and all those other superlatives saved exclusively for the technology. Alas, along the way the 'why' acquiesced to the 'how'. Camus sighs with wonder...
If you want to get high, go to Maiori
news | 6 July 2014
In a blog delayed a tad by circumstance, Slarek wonders why he keeps going on holidays that end up placing him so far above the ground, and finds that it's sometimes nice to leave film alone for a while.

5 of our favourite courtroom films or scenes
high 5 | 14 July 2014
Triggered by a comment made by Camus in his review of the Masters of Cinema Blu-ray of Boomerang, he and Slarek each select five of their favourite legal dramas or courtroom scenes.

UK Poster released for Mike Leigh's Mr. Turner, in cinemas 31st October
news | 23 July 2014
Following its award wins at Cannes, Mike Leigh's visually stunning study of painter J.M.W. Turner comes to UK cinemas in October, and Entertainment One has released the UK poster.
Four Films by François Truffaut on Blu-ray and DVD in August
news | 22 July 2014
Artificial Eye have announced the August release of four films by François Truffaut – The 400 Blows, The Soft Skin, Stolen Kisses and Bed & Board – on UK DVD and Blu-ray in August.
Madame DuBarry on dual format in September from Masters of Cinema
news | 21 July 2014
An early German silent cinema work from the later master of Hollywood sex comedies, Ernest Lubitsch, lands a UK dual format release in September from Eureka! as part of their Masters of Cinema series.
Julien Leclercq's The Informant on Blu-ray and DVD in August
news | 21 July 2014
The latest film from Chrysalis and The Assault director Julien Leclercq, one based on true events that took place in Gibraltar in the 1980s, comes to UK Blu-ray and DVD in August from Kaleidoscope.
The Raid 2 arrives on UK EST, VOD, DVD and Blu-ray in August
news | 18 July 2014
Gareth Evans manages to top his original The Raid with a mother of a martial arts actioner, which arrives on a a whole range of platforms next month from Entertainment One.
The Silent Mountain becomes The Iron Mountain for UK DVD in August
news | 18 July 2014
A little seen Austrian wartime drama that has undergone a slight name change for it's UK DVD (and maybe Blu-ray?) release in August from Metrodome Distribution.
Supermarionation Limited Edition Box Set from Network in October
news | 18 July 2014
An absolutely glorious looking box set has been announced by Network that should have fans of Gerry Anderson's Supermarionation series fighting over the limited number of copies.
Trailer and disc details for the 4K restoration of Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari
news | 16 July 2014
Eureka! have posted a trailer for the new 4K restoration of this expressionist masterpiece, and have also detailed the extra features for the dual format release.
More details on Network's 'The British Film' August releases
news | 15 July 2014
Network have confirmed details for a number of the August DVD and Blu-ray releases under their 'The British Film' banner, including a conspiracy drama that has 'American' written all over it.
Football documentary Next Goal Wins on DVD and VOD in September
news | 15 July 2014
An inspirational documentary about the fortune turnaround of what was once the world's worst national football team comes to UK DVD and video on demand in September from Icon.
The BFI update their August to September disc release schedule
news | 14 July 2014
The BFI has sent us an update to their August to September Blu-ray and DVD release schedule, which includes some date changes and a couple of previously unannounced titles.
Indonesian thriller Killers in cinemas in July, on Blu-ray and DVD in September
news | 13 July 2014
Executive produced by The Raid's Gareth Evans and directed by Macabre's 'The Mo Brothers', dark Indonesian thriller Killers arrives in UK cinemas and on disc soon from Lionsgate.

The Rocket
blu-ray review | 10 July 2014
The story of a young Lao boy and his journey to prove that he was not cursed from birth is the subject of Kim Mordaunt's captivating The Rocket. Slarek puts his natural cynicism on hold to celebrate the film and Eureka!'s recent Blu-ray.
Nashville
blu-ray review | 3 July 2014
After dismissing it in his youth, Slarek finally gave Robert Altman's seminal Nashville another shot, and finally understood what all the fuss has been about. He's still not keen on the music, but he loves the recent Masters of Cinema Blu-ray.
Harold and Maude
blu-ray review | 27 June 2014
Harold And Maude became a genuine cult movie, one that nestled in the collective subconscious of its many fans but was spurned by critics and audiences in 1971. But hey, says Camus, that's where we come in...
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
blu-ray review | 22 June 2014
Jeff Bridges and Clint Eastwood are a pair of mismatched outsiders on the wrong side of the law in Michael Cimino's superb, character-driven directorial debut, looking great on a threadbare UK Blu-ray from Second Sight.
Boomerang!
blu-ray review | 9 June 2014
Famed director Elia Kazan (better known for On The Waterfront and A Streetcar Named Desire) directed this political courtroom film noir based on a real case and it's an absolute cracker. Camus wigs up for Boomerang!...
If....
blu-ray review | 6 June 2014
Slarek celebrates If...., Lindsay Anderson's brilliant 1968 call to revolution and the first film of his career-defining Mick Travis trilogy, gets a superbly featured Blu-ray release next week from Masters of Cinema.
Re-Animator
blu-ray review | 1 June 2014
Stuart Gordon's terrific first feature Re-Animator gets a Blu-ray upgrade from Second Sight, complete with most of the extra features from the previous DVD release and a little bit more. Slarek spends an evening with Herbert West.
The Monolith Monsters
blu-ray review | 26 May 2014
Slarek rediscovers The Monolith Monsters, a small but undervalued gem of 50s American science fiction cinema that makes a most unexpected appearance on Blu-ray from German distributor Anolis Entertainment.
Pit and the Pendulum
blu-ray review | 26 May 2014
Slarek revisits Pit and the Pendulum, the second of Roger Corman's rightly heralded Edgar Allen Poe adaptations, which looks gorgeous on Arrow's recently released and splendidly featured Blu-ray.
Willow Creek
dvd review | 25 May 2014
Another day, another found footage horror. But Bobcat Goldthwait's alternative take on The Blair Witch Project, released on UK DVD tomorrow by Kaleidoscope Entertainment, is well made, involving, and actually had Gort chewing his fingernails in fear.
Godzilla
film review | 19 May 2014
Expecting little more than routinely superb CGI monsters slugging it out à la Pacific Rim (yawn), Camus is shocked to be delighted and awed by Gareth Edwards' Godzilla. It doesn't put a monstrous foot wrong. Let the stomping begin...
Theatre of Blood
blu-ray review | 18 May 2014
Slarek salutes Vincent Price is at his glorious best in the supremely witty, inventive and surprisingly grisly 1973 black comedy Theatre of Blood, which has been given a typically fine Blu-ray release by Arrow Films. UPDATED.
Koyaanisqatsi / Powaqqatsi
blu-ray review | 15 May 2014
Godfrey Reggio's startling, cinematic critiques of the human race, Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi have a mesmeric pull. Slarek and Camus welcome being back under their spell on Arrow Academy's Blu-ray, released last Monday.

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The profundity of the primal: a tribute to H.R. Giger
article | 13 May 2014
On the day that the sad news of Swiss surrealist artist H.R. Giger's death was announced, Camus and Slarek pay brief but heartfelt tribute to his unique talent.
"'Ere, 'old up, where's Victoria?":
A tribute to Bob Hoskins

article | 2 May 2014
From On The Move’s adult literacy TV shows in the 70s via a huge diversity of roles to the twinkle-in-his-eye, shop steward of Made In Dagenham, we’ve always had a soft spot for the sadly late Bob Hoskins.
Interview with Darren Stein & Michael J. Willett
interview | 22 March 2014
Timothy E. RAW speaks to director Darren Stein and star Michael J. Willett about G.B.F., a watershed moment in the history of the teen film, and puts them both to the test, presenting them with several pairs of world-renowned divas and asking, "Who's Gayer?"
Interview with DVD/Blu-ray producer Daniel Bird
interview | 21 February 2014
Slarek talks to disc producer Daniel Bird about Polish director Walerian Borowczyk, the logistics of restoring his films, and the upcoming Borowczyk DVD & Blu-ray set from Arrow Films.
Interview with writer-director Don Coscarelli
interview | 5 February 2014
With the release date of Eureka's UK Blu-ray and DVD of John Dies at the End fast approaching, we talk to its director and Phantasm creator Don Coscarelli.
Slarek: Review of the Year
article | 16 January 2014
It's late, it's long, and it kicks of with the usual extended political moan, but Slarek has finally turned in his very personal pick of the audio-visual pleasures of 2013.
Touched by Light
article | 15 December 2013
Has life-changing cinema been irrevocably diluted by the ubiquity and immediacy of media? Content, and indeed the means by which it’s consumed, are everywhere. Camus asks "Can a movie still profoundly affect you?"
Interviews with Francesca Gregorini, Kaya Scodelario and Aneurin Barnard
interview | 26 November 2013
Available on the US iTunes store from today, this surrealistic psychological drama was one of the best of the Sundance UK 2013 line-up and it’s there that Timothy E. RAW talked to writer-director Francesca Gregorini and stars Kaya Scodelario and Aneurin Barnard.
Interview with Nicole Holofcener
interview | 17 October 2013
Timothy E. RAW meets the woman solely responsible for restoring some dignity to the modern rom-com. She tells him about the jauntily sweet Enough Said and working with the late James Gandolfini.
Interview with Matthew Fox
interview | 5 October 2013
Leading man Matthew Fox talks to Timothy E. RAW about his WWII thriller Emperor, which is on limited UK cinema release now from The Works.
Interview with writer / director Kieran Evans
interview | 20 September 2013
To mark the UK cinema release today by Verve Pictures of Kieran Evans' first dramatic feature Kelly + Victor, Timothy E. RAW talks to its writer and director.
Interview with Jordan Vogt-Roberts
film review | 24 August 2013
Director Jordan Vogt Roberts talks to Timothy E. RAW about The Kings of Summer at the 2013 Sundance London Film and Music Festival.

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