Film & DVD Reviews

Shine A Light

Shine A LightAt last! Scorsese's stunning live concert film of The Rolling Stones

Lonesome Jim

Lonesome JimBelated release for Steve Buscemi's oddball romcom

Son Of Rambow

Son Of RambowSweetly-observed coming-of-age drama; Plus director Q&A and trailer!

Funny Games

Funny GamesExpertly disturbing remake; starring Tim Roth and Naomi Watts -- plus trailer!

Drillbit Taylor

Drillbit TaylorThat first day at high school is still a bummer, starring Owen Wilson

The Orphanage

The OrphanageMasterful Spanish horr movie in the vein of The Others and Devils Backbone

The Wire - Season Four

The Wire - Season FourComplete fourth series of the best cop drama on TV. Warning: contains spoilers!

Lars And The Real Girl

Lars And The Real GirlRyan Gosling shines, but this slight US indie mines familiar themes


RedactedBrian De Palma powers out semi-documentary-style "fiction based on truth"

Diary Of The Dead

Diary Of The DeadGeorge A Romero's neat reboot of his Zombie franchise

Fade To Black

Fade To BlackFilm-lore fantasy gives legend a murder to solve

Stanley Kubrick: Warner Home Video Directors Series

Stanley Kubrick: Warner Home Video Directors SeriesThe paranoid fantasies of late-period Kubrick collected


RamboStallone revisits his 80s high body count past once again

Be Kind Rewind

Be Kind RewindMichael Gondry's latest lacks his trademark surrealist spark

My Blueberry Nights

My Blueberry NightsBy filming in English, Won Kar-Wei forfeits his crown - stars Norah Jones, Jude Law


CruisingPacino and Friedkin’s infamous journey into New York’s gay leather underground

The Diving Bell And The Butterfly

The Diving Bell And The ButterflyIntensely beautiful interpretation of acclaimed book

Things We Lost In The Fire

Things We Lost In The FireIntimate drama of shattered widow and junkie burns brightly, starring Benicio Del Torro and Halle...


CloverfieldLost creator JJ Abrams' post-9/11 monster movie finally opens in the UK


JunoTeen pregnancy proves highly fertile comic source


Editor's Letter

D'Angelo's "Black Messiah": some first thoughts

When Thom Yorke sneaked out his new solo album a few months back, I managed to hold out for 66 hours before writing a review of "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes". Since waking up...