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Noel Megahey has reviewed the UK Region 2 release of I Capture The Castle, a BBC film adaptation of Dodie Smith's romantic coming of age classic.
Noel Megahey has reviewed the Artificial Eye release of I Could Read The Sky, Nichola Bruce's lyrical and experimental DV film version of a book and photography project on Irish immigration and exile.
Axiom films releases a second movie from Tsai Ming-Liang
Mike Sutton takes a look at Fox's excellent R1 2-Disc Special Edition of the very quirky, somewhat messed-up but always interesting "I Heart Huckabees".
I Heart Huckabees is a love-it-or-hate-it "existential comedy". Fox's Region 2 film presents the film very well but there's plenty of filler amongst the extras. Review by Gary Couzens
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of The I Inside, an intriguing if unsatisfying blend of thriller and science fiction starring Ryan Phillipe.
The great supporting actor of the seventies, whose five films were all nominated for Best Picture, is celebrated.
Another release from the French Institut Lumière collection of Powell & Pressburger films, Wendy Hiller stars as the materialistic woman who believes she has it all until she is forced to spend a few days stranded in a remote Scottish port. Noel Megahey reviews.
Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of I Live in Fear, the latest Akira Kurosawa picture to be issued on disc by the BFI.
Noel Megahey has reviewed the Chinese Region 0 release of Zhang Yuan’s I Love You – the first of two reviews from one of the hottest of the new generation of independent Chinese directors. The film presents a remarkable, deeply realistic look at a bad marriage.
Daniel Stephens takes a look at Lawrence Kasdan's attempt to bring the true-life tale of a wife trying to kill her philandering husband, in I Love You To Death on this region 2 DVD.
When the witch in question is Veronica Lake, Fredric March isn't complaining.
Rare Fassbinder comes to the UK.
A real-life case of espionage and murder is used as the background for this stylish tribute to classic French thrillers, but is it to the cost of the facts? Noel Megahey investigates Artificial Eye’s Region 2 DVD release.
D.J. Nock takes a look at the ever-controversial "classic" I Spit On Your Grave, released on Region 1 DVD as a "Millennium Edition".
Gary Couzens continues his review of the Region 1 Val Lewton Horror Collection with a look at I Walked With a Zombie and The Body Snatcher, two of the producer's finest horror films, again available on a single disc or as part of the box set.
Robert Zemeckis' directorial debut finally hits DVD - this little gem goes back to 1964 and The Beatles' appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, as a group of friends head to New York to meet their idols.
Noel Megahey has reviewed the French Region 2 release of I Want To Go Home, an English language comedy from the French Alain Resnais boxset.
A rare chance to catch up with Michael Grigsby's superb 1970 documentary on Vietnam veterans. Anthony Nield reviews this French Region 0 release.
On Charlotte Church's eighteenth birthday, Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 2 release of her cinematic debut, I'll Be There. A very mild comedy directed by and also starring Craig Ferguson gets a quite decent DVD release from Warners.
but that's (pretty much) ok.
Raphael Pour-Hashemi has reviewed the Region 2 release of I'm Alan Partridge. One of the greatest comic inventions of recent years, with all the episodes you love. A-ha!
Mark Boydell has reviewed the Region 0 release of I'm Alive and I Love You, winner of the Audience's prize at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. Doriane Films gives the film a good release and even some extras.