John Waters 80's classic returns to our screens with added musical numbers and John Travolta in a female fat suit. Whats not to love?
Lola Doillon's debut feature examines modern attitudes towards sexuality among French youths when two 15 year old girls decide to lose their virginity before the summer holidays.
Noel Megahey reviews the latest film from Taiwanese director Tsai Ming-liang, a typically slow meditation on the director's favourite themes of alienation and loneliness.
The first half of the eagerly anticipated Grindhouse double bill arrives in cinemas this September, but does it work without its partner in crime?
Year Five at Hogwarts and things become far darker and more dangerous for Harry and his friends and allies in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, released this week in UK and Irish cinemas. Review by Gary Couzens.
From the creators of Saw comes a more traditional, less gory shocker in which a young man comes to believe supernatural forces were behind his wife's murder. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
New to the DVDTimes cinema review team, Duncan Stripp tackles the third Shrek adventure for his first official review on the site which is out in cinemas now...
He's the wrong guy in the wrong place at the wrong time. It's the story of his life. Asked to pick up a hacker for questioning, NYPD Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) is plunged into his most dangerous adventure yet. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
While his previous film Dans Paris is still doing the rounds in UK cinemas, Christophe Honoré's latest film - a musical starring Louis Garrel - is already out in France. Noel Megahey reviews.
Kev was lucky enough to get an invite to the press screening held by Paramount on June 22nd. With the review embargo now lifted DVD Times brings you the thoughts of a raving fanboy.