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January 18th, 2019

The results of Eureka's "End of Year 2018 Poll" are in!  Thank you for everyone who has voted.


Q1. What is your favourite Eureka release of 2018?

1. Police Story 1 / Police Story 2 (Eureka Classics) Blu-ray 20.6%

2. The Old Dark House (Masters of Cinema) Dual Format  10.3%

3. Once Upon a Time in China Trilogy (Eureka Classics) Blu-ray 9.8%

Recent News

September 29th, 2017

It has been revealed that Rescue Under Fire [Zona Hostil] is set to receive its UK premiere at the Cambridge Film Festival 2017, ahead of a theatrical and home video release in the new year as part of Eureka Entertainment's new sub-label Montage Pictures.

September 29th, 2017

The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to announce we will be releasing a set of three early films by Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien on Blu-ray in  Spring 2018.

Cute Girl (1980) – A young bride-to-be falls for a laid-back land surveyor whilst visiting her family in the countryside. Conceived as a commercial vehicle for pop star Kenny Bee, this romantic comedy was Hou Hsiao-hsien’s debut feature.

September 25th, 2017

Park Hoon-jung's The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale, a singular, epic story of loss and redemption from director Park Hoon-jung, will be released on DVD & Blu-ray from 6 November 2017.

September 20th, 2017

It has been announced that Strangled [A martfüi rém], is set to receive a nationwide theatrical release (UK & Ireland) on 17 November 2017, ahead of a home video release in the new year as part of Eureka Entertainment's new sub-label Montage Pictures.

Based on real-life events, Strangled is a social, political and psychological thriller set in the provincial Hungary of the 1960s at the height of socialism, when a series of atrocious murders shock the small town of Martfű. 

September 13th, 2017

Japanese auteur Sion Sono follows up the deliriously entertaining Tokyo Tribe, with Tag, a surreal horror that combines his arthouse aesthetics with equal doses of pro-feminist action fantasy, and the kind of ultra-gory exploitation filmmaking that would make Takashi Miike and Yoshihiro Nishimura proud.