Ken Stott and a very young David Tennant star in Takin' Over the Asylum, Donna Franceschild's award-winning comedy-drama serial from 1994 makes it to DVD. Review by Gary Couzens.
Louis Malle's film about an alcoholic facing his own plans of suicide has been released in a stellar edition by Criterion, reviewed here by clydefro.
MVM release the two middle episodes from this short, but wild and unpredictable six episode anime series. Noel Megahey reviews.
Star Trek and Sci-Fi writer Jerome Bixby’s final script is adapted to the screen - an intelligent and thought-provoking story that aims to challenge scientific and religious tenets. Noel Megahey reviews the UK release from Anchor Bay.
The BFI's third release of Man With a Movie Camera - Anthony Nield sees what's different this time around.
Sterling Hayden, Susan Sarandon and Eric Roberts star in this story of New York City gypsy life, now on DVD from Paramount and Legend Films.
There's nothing so dated as yesterday's future...
Anthony Nield reviews the BFI's latest release under their British Artists' Films umbrella.
Daren Bartlett’s documentary feature examines the social and cultural phenomenon of Capoeira, an artform with its roots in the poverty of the slums of Rio de Janeiro. Noel Megahey reviews.
Bill Douglas's three films about his childhood and adolescence form one of the great British films of the last forty years. Gary Couzens reviews the BFI's two-disc DVD set.
It's like the Nineties had never happened...
What did Belgium ever do to Colin Farrell? Martin McDonagh's feature debut makes for a surprisingly substantial watch. The R1 disc is reviewed here by clydefro.
One of the greatest animated adventures of all time finally hits DVD thanks to Fabulous Films. Previously available only through HMV, it can be picked up from all stockists from June 23rd.
Not quite the 'complete' eighth series as it is being widely advertised...
Céline Sciamma’s fascinating debut feature looks at the complicated experience of female adolescence and attraction through synchronised swimming. Noel Megahey reviews the forthcoming UK DVD release of Naissance des pieuvres.
Mike Sutton looks at one of the discs from the recently released K9 Tales set from 2 Entertain.
Bring your daughter...to the slaughter! Or, failing that, Brendan!
The first English language feature of Wong Kar-wai hits R2 DVD. The film awkwardly retains the director's signatures, but struggles to break free from its own unevenness.
Six characters, German and Turkish, are brought together in The Edge of Heaven, director Fatih Akin's award-winning follow-up to Head-On. Review of Artificial Eye's Region 2 DVD by Gary Couzens.
Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr explore French youth attitudes and sexuality through a murder-mystery based on a real-life case. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release of Chacun sa nuit from Peccadillo’s Petit Péché label.
Anthony Nield reviews the latest release from Second Run, the worldwide DVD premiere of Adoor Gopalakrishnan's Rat-Trap.
One of John Huston's lesser known works gets a very nice R2 DVD from the BFI.
but that's (pretty much) ok.