Review Archive: X

X

Bex has reviewed the Region 2 release of X by Manga Entertainment. Unfortunately racking up more points in style than in substance, this film isn't all that fans of the original storyline had hoped for.

X - Volume 1

MVM release the 2001 series version of CLAMP's apocalyptic manga series, leading to an epic End of the World battle between the 7 Angels of Heaven and the 7 Dragons of Earth. Noel Megahey reviews.

X - Volume 2

The apocalypse is coming, but the 2001 OVA adaptation of CLAMP's manga series is taking its time getting there. Noel Megahey reviews the second batch of episodes.

X - Volume 3

The OVA of the CLAMP manga approaches the Final Days of the Earth with more spiritual conflict and tragedy than action. Noel Megahey reviews.

The X Files: Deadalive

Colin Polonowski has reviewed the Region 2 release of The X Files: Deadalive. A combination of two episodes from the shows eighth season, this DVD is something of a missed opportunity. Does the lack of a widescreen transfer really matter?

The X Files: Existence

Colin Polonowski has reviewed the Region 2 release of The X Files: Existence. Due out on 5 November, Existence is the culmination of the eighth series and in true X Files fashion it opens up as many doors as it closes. The DVD marks a first - the first anamorphic widescreen transfer of an X Files episode.

The X Files: Season 1

Colin Polonowski has reviewed the Region 2 DVD release of The X Files: Season 1

The X Files: Season 2

Colin Polonowski has reviewed the Region 2 DVD release of The X Files: Season 2

The X Files: Season 7

Aliens, conspiracies, secret government testing and er, more aliens - Season Seven of the X-files takes us through the final season with Duchovny in a leading role. The DVD release is very similar to their previous release with a decent but run-of-the-mill set of extras.

The X Files: Season 8

Colin Polonowski takes a look at The X Files: Season 8 - the first series of the show after the departure of David Duchovny as a permanent fixture.

The X Files: Season Nine

The search for the Truth finally comes to an end (sort of) in this, the last season of the seminal X Files. Agents Doggett and Reyes continue the quest for answers while Scully battles to protect her new baby from the powers that be. But where is Mulder and are his questions about to be answered finally? James Sampson goes looking for little green men one last time.

X-Men (Animated Television Series): Series 1, Volume 1

Wondering if the porno business ever got around to making The XXX-Men? Or just The Sex-Men?

X-Men 2

In the build up to UK releases of movies such as Hellboy and The Punisher Matt Day takes a look at the latest installment of the franchise that paved the way for such lesser known comics big budget adaptations. X2 sees nearly all the original film's mutants return, along with a host of new additions, but this time they're not fighting against each other.

X-Men: The Last Stand (Two-Disc Special Edition)

The Phoenix rises in this third and supposedly final film in the X-Men series...

X: Night of Vengeance

Two prostitutes are on the run from a killer over one night in Sydney in X: Night of Vengeance, a thriller released on DVD by Revolver and reviewed here for Australia Day.

Xanda

Xanda is a sport, popular in Mainland China, that combines traditional kung fu with combat-orientated styles such as wrestling and boxing. This film follows lead character Qiang as he prepares to enter a brutal Xanda tournament. Review by Michael Sunda.

xXx

Daniel Stephens has reviewed the Region 2 release of XXX. This very loud follow up to the director's last effort 'The Fast And The Furious', has a lot of explosions, gunfire, fast cars and one-liner's but it only adds up to a join-the-dots action film, that is easily forgotten once the credits roll.

xXx: The Next Level

Paul Bird discovers there is some excellence on the XXX2 DVD. Too bad it’s not the film.

XXY

Inés Efron stars as a young teenager of indeterminate sex in Lucía Puenzo's exploration of love and gender issues in South America. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release from Petit Péché.