Film & DVD Reviews

Flight Of The Conchords - Series Two

Flight Of The Conchords - Series TwoReturn of the hapless comedy duo, now with added “Garfunkelling”.

Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious BasterdsQuentin Tarantino learns new tricks for WWII drama

Let The Right One In

Let The Right One InA teen vampire movie that strips away the cliches. It's exceptional.

Mesrine: Killer Instinct / Public Enemy No.1

Mesrine: Killer Instinct / Public Enemy No.1Awesome based-on-truth two-part gangster biopic/thriller

The Yes Men Fix The World

The Yes Men Fix The WorldBashing the capitalists with comedic flair

The Taking Of Pelham 1 2 3

The Taking Of Pelham 1 2 3Noisy retooling of the 1970s’ heist classic with Denzel Washington and John Travolta

Soul Power

Soul PowerThe Rumble in the Jungle just got funkier. Stars James Brown, Muhammad Ali, BB King


AntichristA grief-stricken couple's marriage degenerates into violence


BrunoFirst came Borat, now meet Bruno...

John From Cincinnati

John From CincinnatiGloriously bizarre TV show, cut off in its prime

Il Divo

Il DivoSecrets and lies in the Italian Parliament


MoonAward-winning indie sci-fi values ideas over effects, by Bowie's son

Woodstock - 3 Days Of Peace And Music

Woodstock - 3 Days Of Peace And MusicThe original 1970 film, plus two hours of splendid new footage

Public Enemies

Public EnemiesJohnny Depp does Dillinger in Michael Mann's pristine gangster biopic

Am I Black Enough For You

Am I Black Enough For YouBilly Paul and Philadelphia sound documentary

Rudo Y Cursi

Rudo Y CursiGael Garcia Bernal in follow-up to Y Tu Mama Tambien


ShirinFeted Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's latest


TelstarThe tragic life of pioneer Joe Meek: part comedy, part nightmare


GiganticSurreal indie rom-com showcases rising stars Paul Dano and Zooey Deschanel

Ken Loach: Looking For Eric

Ken Loach: Looking For EricFrench football icon Eric Cantona redeems Manchester postman


Editor's Letter

The return of The Aphex Twin, and Caustic Window

Last year, Warp Records embarked on a campaign for Boards Of Canada's "Tomorrow's Harvest" comeback that was notable for its obtuseness. Unmarked 12-inches were hidden in record stores, strings of numbers and inexplicable broadcasts were strewn enigmatically across the internet. At one point, I...