Film & DVD Reviews

The Walter Hill Collection

The Walter Hill CollectionSix masterpieces from the acclaimed director; Uncut's perfect weekend in

The Tomorrow Show

The Tomorrow ShowTom Snyder's guests include John Lennon and Johnny Rotten

Up The Junction

Up The JunctionKen Loach-inspired gritty portrait of unswinging '60s London

Anchorman - Special Edition

Anchorman - Special EditionWill Ferrell's greatest movie, on expanded DVD

Trouble In Mind

Trouble In MindMobster shoot-outs, day-glo suits… and Divine! Alan Rudolph’s wild ’85 fantasy still disturbs

Naked

Mike Leigh’s corrosive ’93 period piece reviewed

Doctor Who: The Brain Of Morbius

Doctor Who: The Brain Of MorbiusTom Baker's second series of the TV sci-fi classic

Man On Wire

Man On WireFine reconstruction of Twin Towers high-wire jape

Lou Reed - Berlin

Lou Reed - BerlinHis decadent rock opera, finally brought to stage and screen, 33 years after its original release

The Dark Knight - The Uncut Review!

The Dark Knight - The Uncut Review!Batman: back in the black

CSNY: DÉJÀ VU

CSNY: DÉJÀ VUThe concert film as political statement

City Of Men

City Of MenMelodramatic return to the favelas of Rio

Mad Men

Mad MenGlossy US TV series reflects the world of advertising, but fails to dazzle

The Sex Pistols:There'll Always Be An England

The Sex Pistols:There'll Always Be An EnglandJulien Temple captures last year's Brixton residency

The Visitor

The VisitorExcellent small comedy tackles the big subjects

There Will Be Blood

There Will Be BloodA fierce portrayal of the American oil rush

The Mist

The MistSuitably spooky Stephen King adaptation

Radiohead: The Best Of

Radiohead: The Best OfEnlightening visual history of an often-inscrutable band

Love: Love Story

Love: Love StoryA welcome - but patchy - portrait of Arthur Lee and his psych-pop alchemists

Peep Show: Season 5

Peep Show: Season 5Mitchell and Webb's grubby internal monologues continue to amuse

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For many of us who came of age in the mid '80s, The Smiths probably provided the soundtrack to a political maturing as much as an emotional one. My epochal moment of teenage rebellion came on July 23, 1986, a day I had strategically reserved for the purchase of The Queen Is Dead, so as to...