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The New World - £14.99 - Review by Gary Couzens
The New World is not your typical historical epic romance, as the presence of Terrence Malick as the director will indicate. However, this visually-stunning film puts up a good show on its Region 1 release from New Line, with an hour-long featurette as the main extra.

Underworld: Evolution - £14.99 - Review by Michael Mackenzie
Kate Beckinsale dons her skin-tight PVC catsuit once again for Underworld: Evolution, the convoluted and frankly baffling sequel to Underworld, a glossy action film pitting vampires against werewolves. Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the recent R1 Canadian release, which features decent audio-visual quality and an array of extras.

Napoleon Dynamite (Like, The Best Special Edition Ever!) - £14.99 - Review by Noel Megahey
A new edition of the popular nerd comedy contains new extra features and commentaries. But does it live up to the title and is it worth the upgrade?

Boston Legal Season 1 - £19.99 - Review by Kevin Gilvear
The Practice's offspring enjoys a Season One DVD release, while we wait for more of David E. Kelley's productions to surface. Boston Legal is a fine entry into Kelley's canon of work and Kev finds out if the R1 release is up to scratch.

Kingdom of Heaven (Director's Cut) - £17.99 - Review by Richard Booth
Finally released in director Ridley Scott's intended form, this 191-minute cut of Kingdom of Heaven adds an extra 40 minutes of characterisation and plot development. But is it worth the wait?

Nanny McPhee - £14.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Capturing the spirit of Mary Poppins, albeit in the magical nanny's less forgiving moments, Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee comes into the lives of Colin Firth's Mr Brown and his seven very naughty children...

Enemy of the State (Unrated Extended Cut) - £10.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
The final review of a Bruckheimer release arrives with Jerry and director Tony Scott feeling concerned over their loss of privacy. Given that one was the less-interesting partner of the more flamboyant Don Simpson and the other is the less-interesting brother of Ridley Scott, I can't see anyone caring enough about either of them to invade it...

Crimson Tide (Unrated Extended Cut) - £10.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
The second of today's Jerry Bruckheimer reviews arrives with Crimson Tide, a typically understated Tony Scott and Jerry Bruckheimer piece that examines the conflict between two characters debating the launching of nuclear weapons, martial command and the end of civilisation...

Con Air (Unrated Extended Cut) - £10.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
The first of three reviews of Jerry Bruckheimer action classics arrives with Con Air, the story of an everyday trip made by a plane load of genius IQ criminals to the gambling haven of Las Vegas...

The Scooby-Doo and Dynomutt Hour - £22.99 - Review by James Gray
Yoinks! The latest set of Scooby Doo episodes from Hanna-Barbera's Golden Collection sees Scooby's cousin Scooby-Dum join Mystery Inc while the Blue Falcon joins forces with the intellectually-challenged Dynomutt to fight crime in this series first broadcast in 1976.

Classic Musicals from the Dream Factory - £29.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Five classic musicals from MGM released on DVD by the very best in the business, the restoration team at Warner Brothers and featuring performances by Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly...

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Season 1 Vol.1 - £22.99 - Review by James Gray
Join the crew of the Seaview as they battle monsters of the deep and aliens from the skies in the first half season of Irwin Allen's venerable science-fiction series. James climbs aboard and finds a set of action-packed episodes and a reasonable collection of extras from Fox.

Earthquake - £7.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Not the middling kind of earthquake that has you wondering if a tractor has just driven past but the kind that even ruffles the hair of the legendary Charlton Heston...

Odyssey 5 - £27.99 - Review by Bex
Bex takes a look at the welcome R1 release of Odyssey 5, a short-lived scifi programme with a lot of potential.

Casanova - £14.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Fans of Tom Jones will be disappointed to hear that the world's greatest lover hails not from Wales but from Venice, wherein Casanova resides...

Breakfast on Pluto - £14.99 - Review by Gary Couzens
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 1 release of Breakfast on Pluto, the tragicomic journey of young "Kitten" (played by Cillian Murphy), directed by Neil Jordan.

Good Night, and Good Luck - £14.99 - Review by D.J. Nock
Having received a great deal of critical acclaim, George Clooney's second stab at directing, Good Night, and Good Luck, shines a spotlight on the career of Edward R. Murrow; in a thoughtful account of his conflict with Josepth McCarthy.

American Dad Volume 1 - £19.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Stan Smith is a righteous defender of the freedoms of the USA - if not of its citizens - including his right to keep an alien called Roger in his loft...

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children - £14.99 - Review by Kevin Gilvear
Kev reviews Square Enix's CG animated sequel to one of the most beloved video games of the last ten years. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children is available to own on DVD now.

Thundercats: Season 2, Volume 1 - £34.99 - Review by Kevin Gilvear
Thunder, Thunder, Thunder, Thunder - Okay you know the drill. Kev continues his coverage of Warner Bros' split-season releases. Season 2 proves to be a bit of a turning point, with the introduction of some new cats and a new, evil threat. The first 34 episodes are available to own now.

Northern Exposure: Season 4 - £26.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Northern Exposure returns for its fourth season with Anthony Edwards joining the cast as the bubble-dwelling Mike Monroe, who settles into Cicely with a still-flinging Chris, the returning Adam and Eve and the crazy-about-each-other/just-plain-crazy Fleischman and O'Connell...

Brokeback Mountain - £14.99 - Review by Mike Sutton
Mike Sutton looks at Universal's Region 1 release of Ang Lee's magnificent "Brokeback Mountain".

Justice League: Season 1 - £22.99 - Review by D.J. Nock
One of the most popular animated shows on the air, Justice League arrives heroically on DVD. Have Warner Bros. treated the adventures of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman et al to an equally fantastic box set? D.J. Nock finds out, as he swoops in to catch the Region 1 package...

Battlestar Galactica Season 2.0 - £27.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Not a tech reference to the second series but more an acknowledgement that this is not the full second season. Set 2.5 will be along later in the year...

Memoirs of a Geisha - £14.99 - Review by Gary Couzens
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 1 release of Memoirs of a Geisha, the Oscar-winning historical drama given a two-disc release by Sony.

Match Point - £14.99 - Review by Alex Hewison
Championed as Woody Allen's comeback film, Match Point has already won rave reviews and performed strongly at the box office but does it really live up to the hype?

The Busby Berkeley Collection - £29.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Five films, a sixth bonus disc of a compilation of some of Busby Berkeley's best moments and extras spread over five discs, this is an exhaustive celebration of one of Hollywood's greatest choreographers...

The Squid and the Whale - £14.99 - Review by Richard Booth
Richard Booth has reviewed Noah Baumbach's touching - and very funny - look at divorce and the breakdown of the family unit, set in Manhattan during the mid-'80s. Starring Jeff Daniels, Laura Linney, Jesse Eisenberg and Owen Kline, the Canadian R1 DVD is out now.

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe (2 Disc Collector's Edition) - £19.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
And so the opening chapter in Disney's answer to the Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings movies rolls onto DVD in a beautifully packaged two-disc SE...

King Kong (2-Disc Special Edition) - £16.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
The favourite film of the Colombian Cartels comes to DVD, showing how to get a giant gorilla through customs, across New York and into hands of actors without attracting any attention whatsoever. Next to that a bag of cocaine ought not to be any trouble at all...

Capote - £14.99 - Review by Mike Sutton
Mike Sutton looks at the R1 release of "Capote", a middling film distinguished by a stunning central performance.

Everything Is Illuminated - £14.99 - Review by Gary Couzens
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 1 release of Everything Is Illuminated, a quirlky comedy-drama in which Elijah Wood goes on a journey into his past. Warners's DVD has excellent picture and sound but extras are minimal.

She Spies: The Complete First Season - £22.99 - Review by Kevin Gilvear
Kev reviews the underrated "She Spies" from 2002, starring three eye-candylicious babes as convicted felons who are now working for a clandestine organisation trying to rid the world from evil doers.

My Neighbor Totoro - £14.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Roger Ebert calls it, "One of the most beloved of all family films" and he's not wrong as Hayao Miyazaki takes us on a flight of fancy with two lonely young girls and three woodland creatures of very different sizes...

Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story - £14.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Kurt Russell and Dakota Fanning star as a horse trainer and his inspiring young daughter, Cale, whose determination to help an injured racehorse change their lives forever. Kris Kristofferson, Elisabeth Shue, Luis Guzman and Freddie Rodriguez co-star in an uplifting story that celebrates dreams, second chances and the importance of family.

Chicken Little - £14.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Disney’s first fully computer generated animated feature, Chicken Little includes voice work by Zach Braff, Garry Marshall, Joan Cusack, Steve Zahn and Amy Sedaris.

Walk the Line (2-Disc Collector's Edition) - £17.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
Prior to his death on 12 September 2003, Cash's four albums for American Recordings had resurrected interest in his songs from the darker side of life. This film based on his life sees him struggle with guilt, addiction and his love for June Carter, which almost tore him apart...

A History of Violence - £13.99 - Review by Mike Sutton
David Cronenberg's latest film is a fascinating journey into the conflicted heart of Middle America. Mike Sutton takes a look at the New Line Platinum Series release of "A History of Violence".

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - £16.99 - Review by Eamonn McCusker
It's Harry Potter's fourth year at Hogwarts and it begins well with a trip to the Quidditch World Cup with Hermione and Ron and his family. But when the Death Eaters cause chaos and Voldemort's Dark Mark lights up the sky, Harry knows that he is in terrible danger this coming term...

Power Of The Media: Controversial Classics Collection Vol.2 - £34.99 - Reviews by Mike Sutton
Warner Home Video releases three of the most explosive films from the 1970's - All the President's Men, Network, and Dog Day Afternoon - all in one collection. This three title, six-disc giftset boasts the star power of Al Pacino, Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, William Holden, Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch, Robert Duvall, John Cazale and more, and tackling the media mania of American journalism and reality TV, thirty years later these films are just as exciting and relevant as they were when they were made. Bonus features include commentaries by Robert Redford and Sidney Lumet and new making-of documentaries.

Each title in the set is also available separately priced at £14.99. Read Mike Sutton's reviews by clicking on the cover artwork for each title...

Sam Peckinpah's Legendary Westerns Collection - £34.99 - Reviews by Mike Sutton
Featuring four of the Academy Award®-nominated director's celebrated westerns the collection includes a newly-remastered Two-Disc Special Edition of The Wild Bunch with all-new special features, and three new-to-DVD films: Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid (2-Disc SE) - which offers both the 1988 Turner Preview version of the film and a newly-edited 2005 version based on the director's notes and insights from his colleagues. It also features the acting debut of musical legend Bob Dylan, who also composed the film's score. Also included in the Collection are The Ballad of Cable Hogue and Ride the High Country.

Each title in the set is also available separately. Read Mike Sutton's reviews by clicking on the cover artwork for each title...

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