Not content just to use The Rolling Stones' music for montages any longer, Martin Scorsese has made a feature length version full of them.
"There should be no more terror...very soon!"
Manga release the 1982 feature film of Buichi Terasawa's lusty space pirate. John wonders if he needs a bigger gun...
A piano teacher finds a remarkable talent in one of the inmates of a woman's prison - the only problem is that the girl in question is a psychopathic murderer. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release of Chris Kraus's feature from Petit Péché.
Not dissimilar to the present-day west of Ireland...
A man goes in search of the hit-and-run driver who killed his son in Reservation Road, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Connelly and Mira Sorvino and straight to DVD in the UK. Gary Couzens investigates.
Terence Davies’ follow-up to his prize-winning debut feature "Distant Voices, Still Lives" is released on DVD today through the BFI. Review by Gary Couzens.
Terence Davies's autobiographical trilogy of short films comes to DVD from the BFI. Review by Gary Couzens.
Beginning in almost primordial ooze, this French sci-fi is a dystopian fantasy. John White knows that "Soylent Green is people"...
Michelangelo Antonioni's final film before a debilitating stroke has been released in the UK by the Mr. Bongo label. Yes that's really the cover art, and those are indeed fingers.
French-Lebanese director Philippe Aractingi takes filmmaking to a new level, getting in on the ground and making a film in the midst of the Israeli bombing of south Lebanon. Noel Megahey reviews the film’s UK DVD release from Artificial Eye.
As the whole country goes Batcrazy this weekend, James takes a look at this 2002 spin-off which could have been called The Dark Knight Departs...
You can't keep Karloff down. Universal tries again to resurrect their romantic horror film on DVD.
Better late than never, Michael Mackenzie reviews Disney's Region 1 Platinum Edition release of 101 Dalmatians, a feature-packed 2-disc presentation of one of the studio's most enduring films.
Dida Diafat stars in this fictionalised version of his own rise from a life of crime in the French suburbs to become Thai Kickboxing World Champion. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release from Petit Péché.
Kev takes a look at Sion Sono's experimental horror/drama type thingy, which is available to own now on R2 DVD, care of Revolver Entertainment. Must...resist...hair joke.
Felix and Oscar return for another season of Swiss watch comedy and clydefro once again tells you about it.
Coming across as Father Ted meets Sátántangó by way of Samuel Beckett, Pat Shortt epitomises the humour and misery of life at a garage in a remote Irish country village in the latest feature from Mark O’Halloran and Lenny Abrahamson.
The latest rail related release from the BFI, timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the end of steam travel in Britain.
Gary Couzens reviews Second Sight's Region 2 Deluxe Edition of Picnic at Hanging Rock and finds possibly the definitive SD edition. The three-disc release includes both the director's cut and the longer original version.
In the final part of his look at Universal's repackaging, clydefro finds Jimmy Stewart with Marlene Dietrich and an accordion. (Not at the same time)
Gary Couzens revisits Peter Weir's first feature, The Cars That Ate Paris. This Region 2 release from Second Sight is the first time the film has been commercially available for home viewing in the UK inits original aspect ratio.
Described as a cross between Ingmar Bergman and Monty Python, Roy Andersson’s film takes a humorously deadpan look at the bleakness of modern life. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release from Artificial Eye.
Starring John Nettles, author of Nudity in a Public Place: Confessions of a Mini-Celebrity!