Keiron Townend reviews the DVD release of this popular action movie....
Anthony Nield has reviewed Eureka's region 2 release of the first series of 2 Point 4 Children. A cosy product of the early nineties, the gentle humour of this series may not stand up well against today's edgier sitcoms, but it is well acted and largely agreeable if unlikely to provoke a big reaction.
Dave Foster has reviewed the Region 2/4 release of 2000AD. A modern Hong Kong Action Thriller from Director Gordan Chan (Fist of Legend) receives the Hong Kong Legends treatment.
Mike Sutton looks at Tim Sullivan's energetically gory "2001 Maniacs".
Steve Wilkinson has reviewed the remastered Region 1 release of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Colin Polonowski has reviewed the Region 2 DVD release of 2001: A Space Odyssey
Kubrick's wonderful movie looks better than ever in this 2-disc special edition from Warners.
Louie is back and this time he's as troublesome as ever.
Due for theatrical release in January 2005, look out for one of the best films of the year in Wong Kar-Wai's long-awaited 2046. Noel Megahey takes a look at the Hong Kong Limited Edition 2-DVD release from Mei Ah.
Wong Kar Wai's latest film, 2046, receives a decent R1 treatment with some extras but still an ultimate edition eludes us. Mark Boydell takes a look.
Released today on a decent R2 UK DVD by Tartan Video, Wong Kar Wai's 2046 is a beautiful but ultimately meandering tale of love and obsession, an indirect sequel of sorts to his celebrated In the Mood For Love and featuring a fantastic central performance by Tony Leung. Review by Michael Mackenzie.
Noel Megahey reviews the first part of this live-action adaptation of a popular manga series of doomsday cults and apocalyptic action.
Matt Day has taken a look at 21 Grams, released in the UK on September 13th. This multi award winning film from Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, director of Amores Perros, saw stars Sean Penn, Naomi Watts and Benicio Del Toro all nominated at the BAFTAS for their performances, but can MGMs DVD garner the same acclaim as the theatrical release?
Kev looks back at the series that started Johnny Depp's illustrious career.
Let's all jump! Down on Jump Street.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the R2 release of '24 Hour Party People', a delightful recreation of the Manchester music scene, released here as a two-disc edition full of worthwhile extras.
Jack's Back. Kiefer Sutherland returns as CTU agent Jack Bauer for a second day of action in the popular television series '24' with the release of 24 Season 2 on DVD. The clock is ticking once more as Jack Bauer is now racing against the clock to find a nuclear bomb somewhere in L.A. Iain Boulton, who's just survived watching the second series within 24 hours, reviews the region 2 DVD release.
24 returns for it's third year. Colin Polonowski reviews the Region 1 release of 24: Season 3.
Jack Bauer's string of bad days is about to continue as Fox release the highly anticapted season three DVD boxset of the real-time thriller drama 24 eagerly awaited by those who couldn't see it on Sky but now finally have the chance. Set three years after the events of a nuclear bomb from season two, Jack Bauer's back working for CTU and now he's trying to save L.A and the world from a deadly outbreak of a biological virus being unleashed by drug barons. But also on the minds of fans is President David Palmer's fate since the attempt on his life at the end of Day Two. Iain Boulton has the answers and opinons on Jack's third unlucky day on Region 2 DVD.
Colin Polonowski reviews the Region 2 DVD release of 24: Season 4 - another manic day in the life of Jack Bauer.
With day six just beginning on Sky One James O'Neill looks back on 24's fifth season.
Eamonn McCusker has reviewed the Region 2 release of 28 Days Later, Danny Boyle and Alex Garland's take on the parallels between the spread of a virus and the increase of social intolerance as well as providing one more version of Richard Matheson's novel "I Am Legend".
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"...
Gary Couzens begins Australia Day with a review of Icon's Region 4 release of 2:37, a harrowing 2006 drama where the lives of six high school students intersect during the course of one day, with tragic results.