It's easy to rent films from us on DVD and Blu-ray discs by post. If you live in the UK you can have the latest new releases delivered straight to your doorstep via our Online DVD Rental service. Return postage is free, there are no fees for returning your discs late, and you're under no other obligation. Simply keep your DVD rentals until you're finished with them, then pop them back in the post to us. You'll then be sent more discs from your DVD rental queue. It's simple!
From the A-Team to The Wire, we pride ourselves on our extensive catalogue of TV Series available for rental on both DVD & Blu-ray. There's definitely plenty to please everyone, whatever your tastes. You can watch a series at the pace you want, and even in the order you want. If you're in the UK you can simply add them to your DVD Rental Queue and they'll be delivered right to your door.
As well as the major blockbusters, we are also proud to present the best selection of world cinema films available to rent in to the UK. We stock films and TV Series from all over the world. From Hollywood to Bollywood, Argentina to Vietnam, Tajikistan to Mongolia. If you like to watch films that are a little different from the norm, you'll definitely find what you're looking for at Cinema Paradiso. Create your own cinema paradise today with our no obligation Free Trial offer.
Yes, Minions is very cute, but no more than they ever were in the Despicable Me movies. It has all the same smile-worthy moments and just as many missteps in actual story. Though still a pleasing movie, it merely reinforces the belief that the minions are best served in doses as small as their height. Their sections of the film are hilarious shorts that could be viewed as such. They just need a far better story with more memorable characters to interact with. When that film comes, the minions will finally be at ... Read full review »
Terminator Genisys is a bit of a mess of ideas, but they’re at least positive steps in the right direction for a movie franchise that just didn’t know where to go. Now it has some ideas and some surprises to boost the series out of the doldrums of sticking to its roots. This reboot/sequel pays homage to its evolution, but also takes a chance by ripping out a few pages to redefine itself. It may not completely rewrite the rule book, but it does add a dash of excitement to its latest chapter. It also feels rather ... Read full review »