Big names, spies and laughter in the dark from the Coen Brothers
Vince Chase's posse return, more of the Emmy award winnning 'dramedy'
Cult classic meticulously remastered – plus six of the director’s surrealist shorts
See Naples and die - griity, back-to-basics mob movie with a difference
Steve Coogan's exquisite second-helping of self-loathing in Stevenage
The trials of a punk band made up of men with learning disabilities and their care workers
Robert De Niro, Al Pacino; together for the first time since Heat
Technical knockout: David Mamet does a fight movie
Rocking against all odds - the story of Acrassicauda
Ben Stiller's hysterical war movie send-up takes aim at Hollywood
Guy Ritchie returns to form with shaggy-dog caper
Stoner comedy from Superbad writers - with bloody brawls and shootouts!
This is London: Shane Meadows lightens up and heads down South
Sir Ben Kingsley adds spice to low-budget comedy mix
Six masterpieces from the acclaimed director; Uncut's perfect weekend in
Tom Snyder's guests include John Lennon and Johnny Rotten
Ken Loach-inspired gritty portrait of unswinging '60s London
Will Ferrell's greatest movie, on expanded DVD
Mobster shoot-outs, day-glo suits… and Divine! Alan Rudolph’s wild ’85 fantasy still disturbs
Mike Leigh’s corrosive ’93 period piece reviewed
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
Neil Young: back in the recording studio
Bob Dylan to release complete Basement Tapes sessions
Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
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The Beatles’ engineers forced to make new master to save original "sticky, sludgy" Please Please Me tapes
Ryan Adams: “Smoking pot saved my ass”
Morrissey announces European tour dates
Johnny Marr: 'If I was in the pub I wouldn't have written the riff in 'How Soon Is Now'"
Nick Drake “was not reticent… 95 per cent of his vocals went down live”
Such has been the drooling media focus on Kate Bush this week, it might be tough to imagine British music journalists listening to anything else these past few days. I'm not, in fairness, exempt from the hysteria: here's...
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