A further selection from the films shot by pioneering filmmakers Mitchell and Kenyon. Review of the BFI's Region 2 DVD by Gary Couzens.
The second story in the box set also containing Time-Flight, James travels to Amsterdam with the Doctor and has a less-than-wild weekend.
Released in a box set with Arc of Infinity, James takes a look at this Peter Davison story from 1982 and wonders what on earth they could have been thinking.
Mike Sutton reviews this brilliant and brutal drama from director Sidney Lumet, released by Warners as part of their World War Two Vol. 2 boxset.
More documentary footage shot by the pioneering Edwardian duo, Mitchell & Kenyon in Ireland features film from their trip across the water in 1901 and 1902, in a fascinating look at a vanished world. Review of the BFI's Region 2 DVD by Gary Couzens
With four boxset collections of the director’s work about to be released, Artificial Eye first present the latest tragic and humorous tale of losers from Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki. Noel Megahey reviews.
Kev reviews the second of Synapse's double bill DVD release which is part of their line up exploring some of Japan's cultiest films, none of which are more culty than this weird outing from Beatnik Ishii.
Kev reviews the first of two new titles released by Synapse as part of their collaboration with Panik House: Nobuo Nakagawa's story of ghostly revenge, which is available to own now.
To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Indian subcontinent partition, Second Run has released Ken McMullen's 1987 television film in an excellent DVD edition - clydefro reports on his weekend with the disc.
Without Marr or Morrissey...
Arrow finally follows up on their original Chabrol Box Set of a couple of years ago with this selection of oddities and gems from the man who gave the world the first New Wave film. John peruses the glorious mistakes and uncertain classics contained within.
In which God does an encore performance of the ten plagues of Egypt...
Kim Ki-Duk's 2005 film about a girl, a boat, two men and some archery is released in the UK by Tartan. John White takes aim..
Is this fake documentary the new Blair Witch Project?
You know how it is. You are resting after a huge battle with a platoon or two before three saucy witches are sleeping with your troops and turning them into bulls. John has a look at this tale of little feet, sex and bullocks
Distant Voices Still Lives, Terence Davies's funny and poignant portrayal of his Liverpool childhood, comes to DVD from the BFI. Review of the Region 2 release by Gary Couzens.
Sugar spice and everything nice! Oh, and Chemical X!
As if having to endure Flags Of Our Fathers wasn’t bad enough, Noel Megahey takes in its follow up, and is aghast at the sheer wrongness of seeing the Asian outlook of the battle of Iwo Jima depicted according to Hollywood values.
All good things must come to an end...
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's sequel to 28 Days Later has had a bit of a pasting from the critics but then when have they ever liked a zombie film? John White watches a film about the US army guaranteeing western security and looks up the word "allegory"...
Noel Megahey suffers through the bombast of Clint Eastwood’s unbearably pious war epic and reviews the UK Region 2 release from Warner Home Video.
Kev continues his coverage of the excellent Stand Alone Complex series with this latest offering from Production I.G. - a feature length film which sees our team hunting a super hacker while investigating a series of child kidnappings and mysterious suicides. Available to own on DVD now through Manga Entertainment.
And you thought Neil and Christine were strange...