Eureka! confirm details of the October dual format release of Fellini's 'I clowns'
news | 22 August 2014
One of Federico Fellini's finest but most little seen films makes its UK Blu-ray debut as part of an October dual format release from Eureka! as part of the Masters of Cinema series.
The Ipcress File
blu-ray review | 22 Aug 2014
On the flipside to Connery’s Bond, there's a youthful Michael Caine mole hunting in The Ipcress File. While the era was the same, the approach to espionage was vastly different, perhaps even realistic. Camus eyes spies…
The Silent Partner
retro dvd review | 21 Aug 2014
Slarek looks back at The Silent Partner, a personal favourite Canadian cat-and-mouse thriller from 1978 scripted by Curtis Hanson that still hasn't had a UK DVD release and was released on a bare-bones US disc in 2007 by Lionsgate.
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.

Top 5 Underrated Hixploitation Movies
high 5 | 10 August 2014
In a tie-in to our recent Grindhouse Classics coverage, guest reviewer Brandon Engel selects five lesser known exploitation films that took their influence from the activities of notorious Wisconsin farmer and mass murderer Ed Gein.

3 Blu-ray titles in September as part of Network's 'The British Film' collection
news | 21 August 2014
Network have confirmed 3 more titles – Ransom, The Four Feathers and Richard III – for UK Blu-ray release in September as part of 'The British Film' collection.
The Notorious Mr. Bout on digital and DVD in October
news | 20 August 2014
Tony Gerber and Maxim Pozdorovkin's documentary portrait of Russian entrepreneur, arms dealer, war profiteer and amateur filmmaker Viktor Bout comes to UK DVD and download in October from Kaleidoscope.
Zombeavers swims onto DVD and Blu-ray in October after FrightFest debut
news | 19 August 2014
A cheap and cheesy sounding horror comedy that has actually been generating some positive reviews comes to UK DVD and Blu-ray in October from Universal Pictures UK.
Eureka! and Masters of Cinema announce their Q4 2014 release slate
news | 19 August 2014
Eureka! Entertainment have announced their late 2014 disc release slate, which includes works from Fellini, D.W. Griffith, Seijun Suzuki, G.W. Pabst, Raymond Bernard, Raoul Walsh, and two cult blaxpoloitation movies.
The 'Burbs on Blu-ray and Limited Edition Steelbook in September
news | 19 August 2014
Joe Dante's cult suburban comedy from 1989, with a cast that includes Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher and Bruce Dern, comes to a well featured UK and remastered Blu-ray in September from Arrow.
4 more DVD titles from Network's 'The British Film' collection in September
news | 18 August 2014
The interesting looking titles keep coming as Network Distributing announce a further hour DVD releases for September as part of their ongoing 'The British Film' collection.
The Two Faces of January of DVD, Blu-ray and VOD in September
news | 15 August 2014
Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac star in the feature directorial debut from Drive screenwriter Hossein Amini, On DVD, Blu-ray and VOD in September from StudioCanal.
Wolf Creek 2 on DVD and Blu-ray in September
news | 14 August 2014
Australian director Greg Mclean returns to his roots with a sequel to his disturbing debut feature, on UK DVD and Blu-ray in September from Entertainment One.
4 from the British TV archives on DVD in September
news | 14 August 2014
Four series from British TV of past years – Not in Front of the Children, Angels - Series 2, The Secret War and Warship – come to UK DVD next month from Simply Media.
Horror thriller Mindscape on DVD and download in August
news | 14 August 2014
Mark Strong takes a well-earned lead role in the tale of a 'mind detective' in Spanish director Jorge Dorado's debut feature, on DVD and download this month from StudioCanal.
Camera Obscura: The Walerian Borowczyk Collection on Blu-ray in September
news | 13 August 2014
Arrow Academy have release the full details of their highly anticipated September release of the meticulously restored Blu-ray box set of the work of Polish maestro Walerian Borowczyk.
Northern Soul in cinemas and on DVD, Blu-ray and digital HD in October
news | 13 August 2014
A vibrant portrayal of adolescent escapism and self-discovery, set against the Northern Soul scene of mid-70s Lancashire lands an all format release in October from Universal.

Capricorn One
Blu-ray review | 12 Aug 2014
The first manned mission to Mars is faked when a fault develops on the spacecraft in Capricorn One, Peter Hyams' intriguing 1977 conspiracy thriller. Slarek reviews the newly released UK Blu-ray from Network Distributing.
I Don't Know Jack
film review | 8 Aug 2014
The appropriately titled I Don't Know Jack is an enlightening and touching 2002 documentary portrait of cult actor Jack Nance, one no longer available on DVD or download. So how do you get to see it? Ah, well...
Grindhouse Trailer Classics, Vol 4
dvd review | 4 Aug 2014
The latest collection of Grindhouse trailers from Nucleus Films hit the stores in June and makes a great companion to their recently released Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide 2. Gort opens a beer or two and settles down for an evening of nostalgic fun.
blu-ray review | 31 July 2014
Dirk Bogarde plays a barrister investigating and eventually targeted by blackmail in Victim, a landmark social drama from 1961. Slarek salutes the film and reviews the new UK Blu-ray, released by Network as part of 'The British Film' collection.
Too Late Blues
film & blu-ray review | 30 July 2014
Jerry Whyte revisits John Cassavetes’ much-maligned second feature, Too Late Blues, and finds beauty and significance where so many have found only mawkish sentimentality, and it really shines on Eureka's new Blu-ray.
Black Narcissus
blu-ray review | 27 July 2014

The Archers' most erotic work, Black Narcissus, shines brightly, holding its great power in check until it finally erupts. Camus is smacked of gob at how shocking the film still is, now on its third Blu-ray iteration...
Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide 2
dvd review | 25 July 2014
Nucleus Films follow up their brilliant 2008 3-disc examination of the tabloid led 'Video Nasties' phenomenon with the equally wonderful Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide 2. Horror devotee Gort is in cinematic pig heaven.
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...
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.
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.

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Waving and Drowning
article | 25 July 2014
Who decides what's cool, what’s 'in', what’s fundamentally good? There used to be a select stratum of people who greenlit a film's production or a book's publishing. Camus asks "Do we still need so-called 'tastemakers'?"
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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