Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the Region 2 release of Spooks: Season One, the groundbreaking and critically acclaimed spy drama series that aired on BBC1.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of Like Mike, yet another godawful kiddie sports movie.
Mike Sutton has reviewed the Region 2 release of Peter Mullan's stunningly powerful The Magdalene Sisters. A very impressive film has received an equally impressive DVD release from Momentum. The disc is released on the 1st September.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of Wallace & Gromit's Cracking Contraptions, a collection of ten shorts spun-off from Nick Park's Oscar winning films.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the forthcoming Region 2 budget release of Nickelodeon.
Bex has reviewed the Region 1 release of Rurouni Kenshin (Volume 6: The Flames of Revolution) by Media Blasters. The last volume before the legendary Kyoto arc begins, this instalment nicely wraps up the introductory portion of the ser
Mike Sutton has reviewed the Region 2 release of John Wayne's last film The Shootist. Not a great film but a fine tribute to the greatest of all movie stars. Paramount's DVD is adequate but not much more.
Like...it's S Club! Eamonn McCusker, a self-confessed fan who admits preferring Jo over Rachel, completes his comprehensive collection of S Club output with the Region 2 release of Seeing Double. Another Spice World or a Catch U
Bex has reviewed the Region 1 release of You're Under Arrest (Collector's Box 2) by AnimEigo. Clear proof that just when you think you've got a show pegged, it can still break the mould and become something even better... this action/come
Mark Boydell has reviewed the Region 2 release of The Man Who Loved Women, an interesting but not really outstanding Truffaut flick which follows the life of Bertrand, France's answer to Casanova, but with a leather jacket and a taste for
Barry Woodcock has reviewed the Region 2 release of Un couer en hiver. Daniel Auteuil, Emmanuelle Béart and André Dussollier star as three corners of a romantic triangle in Claude Sautet's penultimate film.
Dave Foster has reviewed the Region 0 release of The Brittas Empire Series One. With the second series recently announced it seemed an appropriate time to offer some thoughts on last months release of The Brittas Empire from Eureka Video.
Mike Sutton has reviewed the Region 2 release of Reversal Of Fortune. A deservedly Oscar winning performance from Jeremy Irons distinguishes this entertainingly trashy look at a real life scandal. Typically, MGM's DVD release is nothing s
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of Bulletproof Monk, Chow Yun-Fat's finest American film to date.
Eamonn McCusker has reviewed the Region 2 release of The Ring, an effective if slightly lo-cal remake of Hideo Nakata's chilling Ringu.
Anthony Nield has reviewed Spirit Level Film's Region 0 release of Claude Lelouch's infamous C'était un rendezvous. Finally released on DVD, the film looks great though is sadly handicapped by a hefty price tag.
Ahead of its 6th October release, Noel Megahey takes an advance look at the fully restored Special Edition Region 2 release of Fritz Lang's M, a chilling depiction of a child murderer on the streets of Berlin.
Bex has reviewed the Region 1 release of Rurouni Kenshin (Volume 5: Renegade Samurai) by Media Blasters. Now approaching the end of the show's first season, this DVD sees modest improvements in every department save special features.
Eamonn McCusker has reviewed the Region 2 release of The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (Original Cut), the stunning second part of Peter Jackson's adaptation of JRR Tolkien's literary classic, which continues Frodo's journey into Mord
Mark Boydell has reviewed the Region 2 release of The World of Apu - the final film of Ray's blinding trilogy and the third disc from Artificial Eye's excellent boxset. Image and sound are very good considering the source and the extras a
Eamonn McCusker has reviewed the Region 2 release of Two Moon Junction, a terrible slice of pornography from Zalman King, supplier-in-chief of soft-focus movie nudity.
Eamonn McCusker has reviewed the Region 2 release of Thief, Michael Mann's debut feature and one that was evidently used to sketch the themes that would remain consistent throughout his later work.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of The Evil Dead Trilogy, probably the finest DVD release of a trilogy since Paramount's The Godfather Collection.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 0 release of Siouxsie and the Banshess: The Seven Year Itch, a wonderful document of the band's Shepherd's Bush concert of last year.