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Kane And Hateful. 100 Years Of The Modern American Cinema.


This year marks the centenary of two of the events that would go on to define the American cinema, with the release of D.W. Griffith’s The Birth Of A Nation and the birth of Orson Welles both celebrating their 100th anniversaries in 2015. Read more

Je Suis Charlie.

DVDBeaver Name The Best Home Video Releases Of 2014.


I’m a long term admirer of the work of Gary Tooze and the team at DVDBeaver. Read more

Monday Blu(e)s And DVD.


Welcome to the first Monday Blu(e)s And DVD of 2015. Read more

Hope Lies In 2015.


Happy New Year.  Read more

Merry Christmas From All At Hope Lies.


We’d like to take this time to wish all of our readers a very happy holidays. Things are going to be quite quiet around here for the next few days, as merriment is had.

We closed out 2014 with a round-up of the best that the year had to offer in theatrical releases, home video and books on film. Our Twitter feed is going to be well and truly active over the next few days though, drop by for a chat if you like.

Oh, and don’t forget, there’s still time to enter our competition to win the best film of 2014.

The Year Of The Auteur. The Hope Lies at 24 Frames Per Second Top Ten Of 2014.


It’s been a powerful year for cinema. Join us as we chart the last twelve months on screens big across the world. Read more

The National Film Registry Class Of 2014.


The National Film Registry this week announced the latest inductees in to their esteemed ranks. Read more

The Criterion Memorandum. March 2015.


Welcome to this month’s Criterion Memorandum. Join us, as we take a look at the latest announcements from the esteemed US boutique home video label.  Read more

The Indiewire Critics End-Of-Year Poll 2014.


Another hour passes, and with it comes the next end-of-year poll. Read more