Author Archives: Paul L Berriman

New [Imprint] releases announced

Worldwide blu-ray website bluray.com yesterday published the exciting news of the next wave of blu-ray releases from [Imprint]. Imprint, the new sub-label from local Australian distributor Via Vision Entertainment burst onto the scene earlier this year with their first wave of five titles, most with their worldwide blu-ray debuts. See the first 5 here The […]

New sub-label announced from Via Vision Entertainment – [IMPRINT]

Fantastic news for local blu-ray distribution today with the reveal of the latest effort from Via Vision Entertainment. Imprint – stylised as [Imprint] is the name of their new label – which is launching with 5 exciting titles. 1 – The War of the Worlds (1953) 2 – Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) 3 – I […]

Sex Education Season Two – Review *Spoilers*

*Spoilers ahead*  Otis (Asa Butterfield), Maeve (Emma Mackey), Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) and the gang are back in the Netflix original series Sex Education. Season two kicks off where season one left us, with Otis discovering he can finally enjoy his body (and has become addicted to just that), and his relationship with Ola (Patricia Allison) […]

The Two Popes (2019) – Film Review

…Two Popes is a glorious showcase of the acting abilities of Hopkins and Pryce…

The Chain Reaction Blu-ray review

Umbrella Entertainment has given yet another Ozploitation classic the special treatment, with a worldwide blu-ray exclusive of Ian Barry’s, The Chain Reaction. 

Retrospective Review – The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of The Desert (1994)

“That’s just what this country needs: a cock in a frock on a rock.”  In 1994 two drag queens and a transgender woman were unleashed on the world, taking cinema-goers on a wild ride across the Australian desert. Still as enjoyable now as it was upon its release Stephan Elliot’s The Adventures of Priscilla Queen […]

Call Me By Your Name (2017) Film Review

Arguably one of the best films of 2017, Call Me By Your Name is a beautiful, lyrical tale of love set in the early 80s in the idyllic Italian countryside. Directed by Luca Guadagnino, and starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, Call Me By Your Name tells the story of Elio, a 17 year old […]

Everything, Everything (2017) Film Review

What would you do you were allergic to everything? If simply going outside meant you would most likely die from exposure to the world around you? A simple, emotional teenage film starring Nick Robinson and Amandla Stenberg as neighbours explore these questions in a stylish and clinical matter.  Maddy (Amandla Stenberg) is stuck inside her house […]

New Hammer Horror Titles come to Blu-ray from Universal/Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

March 2018 has been an exciting time for movie buffs and blu-ray collectors. Thor Ragnarok, Justice League and Murder on the Orient Express have seen their home entertainment releases, as well as the new Romero-inspired zombie flick Day of the Dead: Bloodline and the 4K Anniversary Edition of The Dark Crystal. With all of these, […]

B-A-B-Y Driver (2017) Review

This is a fucking great film! Filled with amazing action, thumping great tunes and an all-star ensemble cast. Written and directed by Edgar Wright, of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz fame, Baby Driver is a fun action/comedy not to be missed. Ansel Elgort stars as Baby (that’s B-A-B-Y, Baby) and he is a […]