Definition: HD DVD Review
This will undoutedly be our final HD DVD review: the sequel to 2004's CG hit "Appleseed". This instalment sees John Woo on board as a producer, as the animation team strive to take things up a notch. Kev finds out how well they succeed.
Courtesy of DVD Pacific, Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the HD DVD release of The Bourne Ultimatum. How does the third and supposedly final instalment in the spy franchise stack up in high definition?
David Fincher's Zodiac is available now on HD DVD in its new director's cut form with a healthy selection of extra features. Dave investigates Paramount's USA release...
<p>The highly enjoyable Stardust arrived on HD-DVD from Paramount the same day as the film's standard DVD release. After recently reviewing the latter, clydefro now looks at how the hi-def version stacks up.</p>
Cronenberg's latest is out on a US flipper disc with HD and SD options. John White takes a shufty.
The fifth Harry Potter adventure is available now on both HD formats. Dave checks out the 2-Disc HD DVD offering from Warner UK...
Optimum continues to serve fans whose interests lie slightly off the beaten track with an HD DVD release of Wolf Creek, Greg McLean's nasty and effective shocker. Review by Michael Mackenzie.
Ridley Scott's final version. He's promised. Honest. Crossed his heart etc...John White takes a look at the HD DVD release.
"Swinging Belleville rendez-vous..." Michael Mackenzie reviews the recent French HD DVD release of Sylvain Chomet's excellent Les Triplettes de Belleville.
Optimum release last year's DVD times favourite The Host on HD DVD. We give it a spin and tell you what's what.
Michael Mackenzie reviews the recent HD DVD of Guillermo Del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth, released in the UK by Optimum on a feature-packed disc.
We take a look at the new US HD-DVD of Kubrick's 1972 film.
Kev reviews what he feels is John Woo's best Hollywood outing to date: A gun-slinging tale of dual identity in which its stars John Travolta and Nic Cage deliver the most insane performances of their careers. Lets see how it stacks up in Hi Def.
Michael Mackenzie has reviewed Concorde Home Entertainment's HD DVD release of Underworld, a film which may not offer much in the way of Halloween cheer, but at least has vampires and werewolves in it.
Just over a year after launching on Blu-ray and receiving much criticism for its image quality, Silent Hill shows up on HD DVD courtesy of German distributor Concorde Home Entertainment. Michael Mackenzie investigates how this new VC-1 encode compares to Sony's older MPEG-2 release.
Halloween comes early this year as Michael Mackenzie reviews Universal's recent HD DVD release of the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead.
Following on from his cinema review, Kev now sinks his teeth into the newly released HD-DVD offering, which also marks his first HD review for Times. So please bare with him..
Terminator 2 comes to UK HD-DVD in a barebones package. Can the improved picture and sound quality justify a purchase when there are some heavily laden packages available on DVD?
The Bayou goes high definition in <em>The Skeleton Key</em>, released on HD DVD by Universal with all of the content from the standard definition release intact. Michael Mackenzie descends into the swamps...
Dave takes a look at the US HD DVD release of <b>The World's Fastest Indian</b> in which Anthony Hopkins portrays New Zealand's Burt Munro, a man who still holds land speed records to this day...