Oliver Reed and Lance Henriksen star as Stuart Gordon does his Poe movie. John reviews the 88 Films blu-ray
Submarine thriller starring Ed Harris and David Duchovny coming to UK DVD and Blu-ray.
The inaugural Digital Fix FilmCast is here. Elliot, Matt and John discuss their favourite unusual actors.
Mickey Rourke stars as a paroled criminal out for revenge on those who double-crossed him in <i>Johnny Handsome</i>, which concludes Gary Couzens's reviews of Optimum's six-film Walter Hill Collection box set.
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 1 release of <i>Prince of the City</i>, Sidney Lumet's 1981 epic of police corruption, released tomorrow as part of Warners' Director's Showcase: Take Two.
Mike Sutton reviews the second of the Omen Pentology, the hugely entertaining "Damien: Omen 2".
Sidney Lumet's sensational "Dog Day Afternoon" has been re-released by Warners in a 2-disc edition. Mike Sutton takes a look at the Region 1 DVD.
And you say the Quadrilogy boxset is not being reissued with this included within it? Why ever not?
Following the loss of his wife, Frank Black returns to the FBI for one more round of paranormal investigation. The Millennium is getting ever closer, but no one seems to care anymore in this lacklustre third season of Chris Carter's series.
Anthony Nield takes a look at Anchor Bay's Region 2 <i>Box of Blood</i> collection. Though easily dismissed as a cynical money-earner, the set does at least contain three bona fide classics at a reasonably cheap price.
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 2 release of Jim Jarmusch's <i>Dead Man</i>, an offbeat and violent Western starring Johnny Depp. Universal's DVD is currently available in the UK as a Virgin exclusive.
"In 1972 a crack commando unit was send to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit..." If only real life came equipped with such thrilling introductions...
The time is near and the apocalypse rapidly approaching in this highly regarded second season of Chris Carter's sophomore series. James joins Frank Black as he gets ever deeper into the Millennium Group and tries to figure out how to stop the end of the world.
Matt Day has taken a look at the R1 release of Alien vs. Predator. The long awaited meeting of two beloved movie franchises sees Paul W.S. Anderson do for the comic books what he did for computer games with Resident Evil.
It's the "Battle of the Titans", for Fox's deadliest extra-terrestrials. But does this intergalactic smackdown impress on DVD? D.J. Nock reviews the two-disc <i>Extreme Edition</i>, available in the UK from the 7th March.
Bex reviews the third (and final) season of Millennium, out now on Region 2 DVD. Frank Black continues to investigate the darker side of life, but this time around the Millennium Group aren't out there helping!
The trilogy ends, and not before its time, as Michael Mackenzie reviews Scream 3, a glossy but bland retread that fails to capture what made the original film so enjoyable. Scream 3 is presented on a solid R1 US DVD by Buena Vista.
Rubber monsters, a pop soundtrack, Vietnam and something to do with the cast of Cheers...it's hardly enough to sustain one film never mind four. Anchor Bay have kindly collected all four films together in a box but, rather unkindly, have decided to release them rather than just bury them...