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Archive for September 2015

Archive for September 2015

Action master returns with legendary tale of adventure +


The Battle of Tiger Mountain is being released for the first time on DVD in Australia and New Zealand. The epic adventure from legendary Chinese action director Tsui Hark (Once Upon a Time in China) will be made available through Vendetta Films on November 18. A big budget adaptation of ... more

Sign language underscores Miroslav Slaboshpitsky's acclaimed The Tribe +


On November 18 a film unlike any other this decade arrives on Blu-ray and DVD. That film is The Tribe from Ukrainian director Miroslav Slaboshpitsky. Monster Pictures delivers the R rated multi-award winning international hit. Set in a Ukrainian boarding school for the deaf, The Tribe locates new student Sergey, who ... more

Action and postmodern horror explode this September +


Out on Blu-ray September 23, Fury: The Tales of Ronan Pierce brings with it big budget style with low budget independent energy. The 17 day shoot in and around Tampa capitalises on CGI inspired cityscapes in its chrome surfaces to evoke a live action graphic novel set in the shadowy ... more

Safdie Brothers return with drug drama Heaven Knows What +


Having already enjoyed a retrospective of their short but eventful careers as filmmakers, Ben Safdie and Joshua Safdie mine a distinct domain within the American independent landscape. Heaven Knows What, the latest film from the brothers adapts a memoir of former homeless junkie Arielle Holmes who also appears as herself ... more

Noe stranger to controversy delivers Love on Blu-ray +


After its provocative Cannes Film Festival premiere Love, the latest feature film from enfant terrible Gaspar Noe, is heading to Australia later in the year. Bounty Films has acquired the rights to the explicit sex melodrama and will be releasing it on Blu-ray and DVD on November 18. Noe doesn't mind ... more

Slacker comedy The Mend dissects the debt ridden generation +


Featuring a startling turn by Josh Lucas, The Mend is a biting comedy on family neglect, sibling rivalry and gutter philosophising. Accent Film are releasing the U.S. indie October 21. One night in Harlem, sour, aging Mat (Lucas) reunites with his younger brother Alan (Stephen Plunkett), just before Alan heads out ... more