Les Anderson looks at this 70s drama by the Grange Hill team of John Sichel and Colin Rodgers......
The Masters of Cinema series puts its stamp on this '30s French film that now resembles a link to film noir.
Momoko Ando makes her debut with Kakera - a film of finding love and one's self. Third Window Films' latest is available to own from today....
From a Chinese village to semi-legal existence in London, one young woman's journey in a film by Xiaolu Guo.
"I hear the cotton woods whispering above..."
The second of Pink Eiga's titles this month sees mankind uniting to prevent a comet from obliterating Earth. It's like Deep Impact and Armageddon, but with a different kind of bang....
Jeff Bridges's Oscar role as a washed-up country singer comes to DVD. Crazy Heart is released on Monday 14 June.
Denzel Washington stars in the Hughes Brothers' post-apocalyptic tale.
Mike Sutton reviews the recently released Odeon DVD of Roman Polanski's first English language movie.
A UK release for Lucio Fulci's best giallo. John reviews the new Optimum disc.
One French capital. Three stories. One Eric Rohmer. One UK DVD from Artificial Eye.
Myrna Loy in Penthouse? Believe it!
Les Anderson looks at the web-exclusive Network DVD release of this 1977 TV series starring Quadrophenia's Phil Daniels...
Stone Bros. is an Australian aboriginal comedy that is somewhat lost in translation. Review by Gary Couzens.