Too busy setting up for a cancelled future to tell its own story.
Can Jason be saved from the clutches of Pasiphae?
The show may be on the way out, but this episode is very much alive.
Quite a sight to behold.
Given the axe, but still holding its head up high.
An Atlantis worth returning to.
Sion Sono's film about the aftermath of a disaster like Fukushima is a modern masterpiece, says John. We review the blu-ray
This tale of dolphins comes to UK DVD and Blu-ray in February...
Joel Anderson's unsetttling pseudo-documentary delivers effective chills and so much more; catch it before the American remake.
Diego Luna's directorial debut feature takes a look at family values from the viewpoint of a disturbed nine year-old boy.
Love will tear us apart...
Noel Megahey celebrates Francis Ford Coppola's return to form with a deeply personal work.
A disturbing tale of family dysfunction reminiscent of Michael Haneke, only with a (sick) sense of humour.
Vincent Cassel stars in Heitor Dhalia's Brazilian beach melodrama of a young girl's coming of age.
Traces of Michael Haneke can perhaps be seen in Laurent Achard's film of family and social conflict seen through the eyes of a confused young boy. Noel Megahey reviews Peccadillo's DVD release.
Mathieu Amalric, Catherie Deneuve and Emmanuelle Devos star in Arnaud Desplechin's latest bout of family feuding on an epic scale. Noel Megahey reviews New Wave's 2-disc DVD set.
Masters of Cinema release Maurice Pialat's powerful third feature film as a 2-disc set along with the director's Turkish short films. Noel Megahey reviews.
Recently opened in France, the latest film from François Ozon sees the director head off in a surprising direction, but retaining a familiar sense of subversion. Noel Megahey reviews.
Claire Denis channels the spirit of Ozu in her latest film, just released theatrically in France. Noel Megahey pops over to check it out.
Noel Megahey considers whether Reha Erdem’s view of life in a small Turkish mountain community has anything new to offer or whether it’s little more than a masterful exploration of arthouse cinema themes.