Review Archive: R

R-Point

Anthony Nield reviews the Region 0 release of R-Point, a look at the Vietnam war from a Korean perspective, albeit within the confines of a familiar horror flick.

R-Point

A platoon investigating the mysterious disappearance of their comrades discover just how horrifying war can truly be in this effective Korean chiller. Matt Shingleton reviews CinemaOne’s r3k DVD release.

R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 1: The Paper Sisters)

Bex peruses the R2 release of R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 1: The Paper Sisters) by MVM and discovers that it's quite the page-turner. Come peer through the stacks at the life of author Nenene Sumiregawa and her uninvited and semi-permanent houseguests Michelle, Maggie, and Anita... whose supernatural mastery of all things paper is something to behold!

R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 2: The Undercover Student)

Bex has reviewed the R2 release of R.O.D. The TV (Volume 2: The Undercover Student) by MVM and finds the action still going strong with the Paper Sisters.

R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 3: The Past)

Bex has reviewed the R2 release of R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 3: The Past) by MVM, where the completion of Nenene Sumiregawa's latest novel signals the start of a whole new phase of peril for both herself and the Paper Sisters.

R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 4: The Turning Point)

Bex has reviewed the upcoming R2 release of R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 4: The Turning Point) by MVM. After rescuing Nenene from the clutches of Dokusensha, what better follow-up for the Paper Sisters but to bring her to her long-lost friend - and ex-secret agent - Yomiko Readman?

R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 5: The Darkest Hour)

Bex has reviewed the R2 release of R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 5: The Darkest Hour) by MVM.

Rabbit-Proof Fence

Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 4 release of Rabbit-Proof Fence. An admirable if overrated film is presented on an excellent DVD from Magna Pacific.

Rabid

Mike Sutton has reviewed the Region 2 release of David Cronenberg's Rabid. His second commercial fil...

The Raccoons Season 2

James travels back to the Evergreen Forest and finds that Cyril Sneer is up to his old tricks in thi...

Rachel and the Stranger

A movie star cast of Loretta Young, William Holden and Robert Mitchum try to get along in this frontier drama.

Rachel Getting Married

Gary Couzens reviews Sony's UK DVD of Rachel Getting Married, a black comedy directed by Jonathan Demme with an Oscar-nominated lead performance from Anne Hathaway.

Racing Stripes

Anthony Nield has reviewed the Region 2 release of Racing Stripes, an amalgam of Rocky and Babe which is likely to find favour with a young audience, as are its numerable extras.

Radiance

To tie in with a showing on Channel 4 tonight, Gary Couzens has reviewed the new Region 4 release of Radiance, an engaging comedy-drama from Australia.

Radio

Cuba Gooding Jr and Ed Harris star in this tale of a mentally disabled youngster adopted by his local school. James reviews this so-so film that comes with better than expected extras.

Radio Days

Alexander Larman has reviewed the Region 2 release of Radio Days. One of Woody Allen's weaker efforts, but still relatively enjoyable, the film is released on a technically mediocre disc which is, unsurprisingly, lacking in any real extras

Radio On

A London DJ travels to Bristol to investigate his brother's death, to much late 70s New Wave on the soundtrack, in Radio On, Christopher Petit's cult road movie from 1979. Gary Couzens reviews the BFI's DVD release.

The Rafi Pitts Collection

Sanam, It's Winter and The Hunter in one handy package.

A Rage In Harlem

Optimum release Bill Duke's highly entertaining gangster movie. Mike Sutton takes a look.

The Rage in Placid Lake

Just released in British cinemas, The Rage in Placid Lake is a quirky Wes-Anderson-lite comedy about nonconformist Placid. Gary Couzens reviews Palace Film's Region 4 Special Edition DVD, which comes with an excellent set of extras.

Raging Bull

Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 1 release of Raging Bull.

Raging Bull 25th Anniversary Special Edition

Mike Sutton takes a look at the MGM R1 release of "Raging Bull", a new 2 disc Special Edition available as part of the their five disc Scorsese Collection. A great movie is now given the treatment it should have been given five years ago.

RahXephon - Orchestration 1: Threshold

Kev takes us through volume 1 of ADV's epic anime series, featuring winged mechs. Let battle commence, I mean review.

RahXephon - Orchestration 2: Tonal Pattern

Kev continues reviewing ADV's release of this complex series, with Volume 2 of 7.

RahXephon - Orchestration 3: Harmonic Convergence

Kev takes us through volume 1 of ADV's epic anime series, featuring winged mechs. Let battle commence, I mean review.

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