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Brewster McGee Review

Jon Robertson bets you 50p you've never heard of this film, but damn well thinks you should have. One of the funniest cult gems of the late 90s.

Bad Boys II Review

Jon Robertson drew the short straw and set off to the cinema to review Bad Boys II. A masterpiece or a mangled mess? See inside and find out...

Jubilee Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 0 release of <a href="index.cgi?page=Review&id=1462&story=4788">Jubilee</a>, a frustrating and fascinating film by the late Derek Jarman, released to its best advantage in a new Criterion special edition.<p><p>

Ghostwatch Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="index.cgi?page=Review&id=1468&story=4721">Ghostwatch</a> and is in the process of changing his trousers and reupholstering his settee.<p><p>

Delius - Song of Summer Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 0 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1230&story=4116">Delius - Song of Summer</a>, a wonderful and nearly forgotten early television film from Ken Russell, presented on a fine DVD.<p>

Imitation of Life Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1200&story=4039">Imitation of Life</a>, Douglas Sirk's final film in a lackluster edition from Universal.<p>

Piranha Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1103&story=3757">Piranha</a>, Joe Dante's marvellous solo debut film, given a fine transfer, but little else, from MGM.<p>

All That Heaven Allows Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 0 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1001&story=3503">All That Heaven Allows</a>, one of the finest American films of the 1950s gets glorious treatment by Criterion.<p>

Killer's Kiss Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1000&story=3502">Killer's Kiss</a> - while certainly the weakest of Kubrick's output, it still remains an exciting, fascinating picture, presented on a fine barebones disc.<p>

Rescue Me: Eyes Without A Face

The first in a new weekly column, <b>Rescue Me</b> looks at some of the classics still languishing in studio vaults worldwide. This week, we profile the video history of Georges Franju's nightmarish look at obsession and plastic surgery, <i>Eyes Without A Face</i>.

The Kingdom Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=835&story=3207">The Kingdom</a>, a decent if unspectacular disc from ICA, with the exception of one excellent special feature.<p>

Brass Eye Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=800&story=3112">Brass Eye</a>, released today. A brilliant and controversial comedy series finally given the official release it has so long demanded.<p>

The Vanishing Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of the 1993 remake of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=795&story=3106">The Vanishing</a>, but wishes to God he hadn't.<p>

Le Trou (The Hole) Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 0 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=605&story=2722">Le Trou (The Hole)</a>, a brilliant, claustrophobic prison escape film given sterling treatment by Criterion, though very much sans extras.<p>

Written on the Wind Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has shamelessly gushed over the Region 0 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=523&story=2597">Written on the Wind</a>, Douglas Sirk's unquestioned masterpiece dealing with the downfall of an oil-rich clan.<p>

Fiend Without A Face Review

<b>Jon Robertson</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=421&story=2477">Fiend Without A Face</a>. An entertainingly cheesy B-movie offering, presented as only Criterion know how...<p>