An early highlight of 2014 sits alongside a wide array of classic film titles on Blu-ray.
The Wolf Of Wall Street. The consensus would claim that The Wolf Of Wall Street, a collaboration between Martin Scorsese and Boardwalk Empire’s Terence Winter was something of a return to form. While it’s an excellent film, and one of the highlights of the year thus far, to elevate it ahead of the rest of Scorsese’s also-excellent recent output would be short-sighted.
Herzog From The BFI. Released head of a major box-set in July, the BFI have seen it fit to release two of Werner Herzog’s best known films in not-quite desirable steelbook packaging.
A Selection Of Releases From Arrow. Arrow Video presents a pair of Vincent Price movies, while Arrow Academy brings forth Elio Petri’s L’Assassino. Keep an eye out on Thursday for Arrow’s next batch of announcements.
The Further Adventures Of Studio Ghibli. The Cat Returns and Princess Mononoke, the film which arguably started the West’s love affair with Hayao Miyazaki are both released today.