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Nosferatu Unleashed in HD: Every Blu-ray Reviewed

Nosferatu (1922), the earliest surviving screen version of Dracula, is one of the most popular of all silent films Issued countless times on VHS, LaserDisc and DVD, Count Orlok now materialises

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Anthony Asquith’s Shooting Stars Makes Dazzling Début on BFI Blu-ray and DVD

  Giveaway: Win BFI Blu-ray/DVD Sets of Anthony Asquith’s Shooting Stars! Following the British Film Institute’s acclaimed restorations of wunderkind British director Anthony Asquith’s Underground (1928) and A Cottage on Dartmoor (1929),

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Ken Russell’s Valentino Biopic Swoops in on Seductive BFI Blu-ray/DVD Set

Giveaway: Two BFI Blu-ray/DVD Sets of Ken Russell’s Valentino Biopic to Be Won! Maverick British director Ken Russel’s lavish biopic of silent film idol Rudolph Valentino arrives in vivid splendour

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Artificial Eye’s New UK Chaplin Blu-rays Reviewed

Charlie Chaplin Competition: Win Artificial Eye Blu-rays and DVDs! Artificial Eye, the current UK licensees of Charlie Chaplin’s feature films, have released them in new editions Here’s the lowdown on

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New Eisenstein Biopic: Greenaway Goes Loco in Guanajuato

Peter Greenaway’s new biopic, Eisenstein in Guanajuato, plays fast, loose and salaciously with the facts Film historian and critic David Robinson attended the Berlinale 2015 première and is incensed about

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Charting Charlie Chaplin on Criterion Blu-ray and DVD

Charlie Chaplin Competition: Win Artificial Eye Blu-rays and DVDs! Tracking the US Criterion Collection’s periodic release of Chaplin’s 1918–1957 output on disc Trickling out each one over a period of