Film & DVD Reviews

GEORGE HARRISON - LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD

GEORGE HARRISON - LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLDWithin him, without him. Scorsese’s four-hour study reveals the ‘quiet one’ as a seriously...

RED STATE

RED STATEStrange tale of Christian fundamentalists under siege...

DRIVE

DRIVEGreat gangster pulp from Bronson director...

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, SpyA perfectly chilly Cold War thriller...Directed by Tomas Alfredson Starring Gary Oldman, Colin...

TROLL HUNTER

TROLL HUNTERTrolls run amok in faux doc/horror romp

KILL LIST

KILL LISTA fresh, weird spin on the hitman genre...

HERE'S A HEALTH TO THE BARLEY MOW

HERE'S A HEALTH TO THE BARLEY MOW44 films celebrating the folk customs, songs and dances of Great Britain...

THE SKIN I LIVE IN

THE SKIN I LIVE INMedical drama meets sexual farce in Spanish maestro’s unnervingly eccentric fable...

SUPER 8

SUPER 8Spielberg-produced sci-fi spectacular...

THE KINGDOM

THE KINGDOMReinventing the hospital drama: Lars von Trier’s extraordinary TV experiment...

BEGINNERS

BEGINNERSBittersweet oddity featuring a gay dad and a talking dog...

HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN

HOBO WITH A SHOTGUNRutger Hauer IS a hobo with, y’know… a shotgun!

TREE OF LIFE

TREE OF LIFEA dazzingly ambitious philosophical folly...

ALICE

ALICESurrealist, subversive take on Lewis Carroll’s classic...

POTICHE

POTICHEFrench comedy concerning class, sexism and snobbery...

KABOOM

KABOOMPop-art shaggy dog tale about a confused gay student...

SENNA

SENNABrilliant documentary of the life – and death – of the Formula One legend...

RED HILL

RED HILLFanciful, modern-day cop thriller set in Australia...

ATTACK THE BLOCK

ATTACK THE BLOCKBritish sci-fi action comedy, with aliens versus hoodies on a Brixton estate...

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN - ON STRANGER TIDES

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN - ON STRANGER TIDESSail on, sailor. Johnny Depp and co hit the waters once again. Now in 3D!

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Editor's Letter

White Fence, OOIOO, Ty Segall, other stuff...


One of the many privileges and occasional disorientations of working for a monthly music mag is that we hear some music so far ahead of release that it can be easy to forget when the albums actually come out. So while the world of Ty Segall-related projects might have moved on...