Mike Sutton has reveiwed the MGM R2 release of F.I.S.T., one of the most curious of all Sylvester Stallone's adventures into 'serious' movies. The DVD is just about adequate but nothing special.
Bryan Brown has to use his movie-magic tricks again to evade those that want to kill him in this enjoyable action-sequel. Daniel Stephens takes a look at the region 2 MGM release.
Bryan Brown has to use his movie-magic tricks to evade those that want to kill him in this enjoyable 80s action-comedy. Daniel Stephens takes a look at the region 2 MGM release.
Sergio Sollima's great Spaghetti Western comes to UK DVD from Eureka in all its uncut glory....
Hiroshi Teshigahara is perhaps best known in the west for his 1964 film Suna no Onna (Woman of the Dunes) and thanks to Eureka we can now begin to see his first steps with this, the first of a Teshigahara double bill hitting UK shores on DVD for the first time ever.
Mike Sutton has reviewed the Momentum R2 release of The Face Of Fu Manchu. A splendidly enjoyable adventure movie has received a very disappointing transfer.
Alexander Larman has reviewed the Region 1 release of Face/Off. This is the uncut version of a truly exceptional film, although sadly lacking in extras.
Anthony Nield takes a look at Faces, the second film to be featured in Optimum's The John Cassavetes Collection.
Mike Sutton takes a look at the ridiculous "Faces of Death IV", available on region 2 from Screen Entertainment.
The first results from the Vertigo School Project.
The winner of five Italian Donatello Academy awards, ‘La Finestra di Fronte’ is a romantic thriller from Ferzan Ozpetek, the director of The Turkish Bath’ and ‘Le Fate Ignoranti’, released on DVD in the UK by Soda Pictures.
A double-bill from Michael Pilz: one, a 14-minute, single-take of a phone box; the other a nocturnal taxi ride with a New York cabbie.
Mike Sutton has reviewed the R2 release from Optimum of Michael Moore's superb documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11", an impassioned piece of political filmmaking which is bound to enrage some and entrance others. The DVD is a very good package.
The staff here at DVDTimes would like to give a warm welcome and of course introduce to our readers a new member of the team, Kathryn Baty. For her first review Kathryn has tackled the year 2000 remake of Fail Safe that is available now on R2 DVD for a quite reasonable Ł9.99 asking price.
Not asking for freedom so much as love......
Somewhere between Pokémon and Claymore is the magical fantasy land of Fiore...
The fantasy adventures and wizard battles take on a new momentum in the second half of Series 1.
The fantasy adventures take on a darker edge, but not without some entertaining anime downtime first...
Stunning animation and incredible battle sequences take this exceptional fantasy anime series to new heights
The wizards of Fairy Tail face a deadly new enemy, once they get over their romantic problems...
An ex-con leaves America for his mother's homeland Iceland, hoping to find a reason to live or a way to die. There he meets an eccentric artist who has a captured falcon, and they find their fates tied together. Noel Megahey reviews Tartan's UK Region 0 release of Fridrik Thor Fridriksson's (Cold Fever) 2002 film.
Eamonn McCusker has reviewed Roger Corman's wonderful first entry into his series of adaptations of the stories of Edgar Allan Poe - The Fall Of The House Of Usher, released on R2 on 20 October 2003.
Mike Sutton has reviewed the Region 2 DVD release of The Fall Of The Roman Empire...
Recently re-released as part of Universal's Sophia Loren: Screen Goddess boxed set, Anthony Nield takes a look at their exceedingly poor Region 2 handling of Anthony Mann's classic epic, The Fall of the Roman Empire.