Six-String Samurai – Blu-Ray Review

Six-String Samurai was an instant cult sensation at the tail end of the ’90s but in more recent years it has fallen into obscurity. Thanks to the folks at Vinegar Syndrome, we now have the film in a lavish 4K Ultra HD/Blu-Ray dual set. The film was a labour of love from director Lance Mungia and … Continue reading Six-String Samurai – Blu-Ray Review

Mirror (1975) – Blu-Ray Review

Mirror was Andrei Tarkovsky's most personal film, and arguably his most indulgent. It was made between his two sci-fi films, Solaris and Stalker, but even the most abstract aspects of those films still have a narrative line through them (Tarkvosky considered Solaris a “failure” because it was too much of a conventional science fiction film.) … Continue reading Mirror (1975) – Blu-Ray Review

The Story of Film: An Odyssey – Blu-Ray Review

Mark Cousins is a very nice man, he once just sat down with me and we really had a nice conversation about what constitutes a cult film during the London Film Festival, I can't remember what year, maybe 2016 when he was promoting Stockholm My Love? This mammoth, over 900 minutes series The Story of Film: An … Continue reading The Story of Film: An Odyssey – Blu-Ray Review