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Troll: The Complete Collection Blu Ray (Eureka!)

Troll is a routinely bad Charles Band production. The tenuously-connected Troll 2, however, is one of the most entertainingly terrible films ever made. Best Worst Movie is a satisfying documentary exploring the cult phenomenon surrounding the latter.

Troll 2 (1990)

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Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno (2009) Blu Ray (Arrow Academy)

Serge Bromberg's reconstruction and postmortem of Henri-Georges Clouzot's aborted would-be masterpiece presents us with some visually-striking footage but not enough depth. However, the extras help to fill in the blanks.

Romy Schneider in Inferno

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The Mystery of Picasso (1956) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

Henri-Georges Clouzot's documentary capturing the renowned artist in action makes for a hypnotically chilled viewing experience and a fascinating examination of the creative process.

The Mystery of Picasso

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I Am Heath Ledger (2017) Blu Ray & DVD (Dazzler Media)

This documentary, combining movie and video diary footage plus interviews with various family members and friends is a touching tribute to a bright flame of talent who burnt out all too quickly. Amongst the interviewees are Ben Harper, Naomi Watts and Ang Lee.

I Am Heath Ledger

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Gimme Danger (2016) Blu Ray (Dogwoof)

Slightly disappointing documentary about one of rock's great cult bands.

Iggy Pop interviewed by Jim Jarmusch

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​Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years (2016) 2 Disc Special Edition Blu Ray (Studiocanal)

Captures the essence of what made (and still makes) The Beatles so special.

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