Mondo Vision release Andrzej Zulawski's superb La Femme Publique with some very nice extras and superb packaging. John loops the loop over sex, politics and a bit of Dostoevsky..
Co-written by Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson, Chemical Wedding is one of the silliest British horrors in quite some time. Anthony Nield takes a look at Warner Music Vision's Region 2 release...
Do not go into the light! Turn away from it! Don't even look at it!
A rare chance to catch up with Michael Grigsby's superb 1970 documentary on Vietnam veterans. Anthony Nield reviews this French Region 0 release.
Flying at supersonic speeds under the influence of alcohol...
Tom Kalin's fascinating but frustrating true-crime story gets a reasonably good UK release from Revolver DVD.
Umberto Lenzi's hippie thriller gets the Shameless treatment in a rebuilt edition. John kicks its tyres, bounces the suspension and checks the log book...
Shen Wensheng’s beautifully shot 2004 film is set in the mountains of West Hunan in China, where two lovers are torn apart by the village conflicts and a personal sense of duty. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release from Escapi.
Masters of Cinema's final release for 2008 is L'Argent, an epic-scaled late silent directed by Marcel L'Herbier in 1928. Gary Couzens reviews the two-disc set.
A fairly recent to the Holocaust documentary oeuvre, Journey to Justice tells the remarkable story of Howard Triest. Anthony Nield reviews Edition Filmmuseum's Region 0 release.
Anthony Nield takes a look at Edition Filmmuseum's Region 0 release of this early German silent ripe for rediscovery.
The second of our two reviews on Doctor Who's 45th Anniversary looks at one of the latest releases in the Classic Who line, which saw Peter Davison make his full-length debut in the role of the Fifth Doctor.
To celebrate Doctor Who's 45th Anniversary James catches up with two Classic Who releases not yet reviewed on DVD Times, starting with this three-story set which saw Tom Baker regenerating into Peter Davison, heralding the start of a new era.
Passions and frustrations run high in an Australian Catholic seminary in 1953, in Fred Schepisi's award-winning debut feature The Devil's Playground, which arrives on DVD from Umbrella. Review by Gary Couzens.
For it is the doom of men that they must meddle in remakes...
Things are getting strange, I'm starting to worry...
Merry Christmas, you wonderful old Building and Loan!
Anthony Nield reviews Icon's recently released Region 2 disc of Franco Rosso's Babylon, a key piece of British cinema and treated here to a stunning restoration.
The film and performance that made Audrey Hepburn a star gets revisited by Paramount and reviewed here by clydefro.
James got that thing sent to him in this review of one of [adult swim's] most enduring shows.
Zaraki Kenpachi finally catches up to Ichigo in the explosive conclusion to Series 02. Matt Shingleton takes a look at Manga UK’s R2UK DVD release.
The latest release from Second Run, a pair of raw, authentic boxing pics from Ron Peck, one fact, one fiction. Anthony Nield reviews...
I said a hip-hop...the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, a you dont stop!
The poor dope. He always wanted a pool.