Bex reviews the Region 2 release of the first season of <i>Medium</i>, a show which combines the home and working life of a medium working alongside the Phoenix District Attorney's office.
Bex reviews the recent release of <i>Out on a Limb</i>, a British black comedy about a TV chef that gets held hostage in his home.
Bex has reviewed the Guerilla Films' release of <i>Dylan Thomas: Return Journey</i>, which marked Sir Anthony Hopkins's directorial debut and stars Bob Kingdom as the famed Welsh poet.
Bex takes a look at the recent R1 release of the first season of Numb3rs, a show that combines FBI criminal investigations with the world of maths and finds the two go surprisingly well together.
Bex takes a look at the welcome R1 release of Odyssey 5, a short-lived scifi programme with a lot of potential.
Bex peers at today's R2 release of <i>Night Watch</i>, the first of a planned supernatural trilogy set in modern-day Moscow and filmed entirely in Russian. Sufficiently gothic and visually quite striking, the film chronicles the appearance of one who is destined to turn the tide in the endless stalemate between the forces of Dark and Light.
Bex has reviewed the upcoming R2 release of <i>Tsukihime Lunar Legend (Volume 3: Nocturnal Fate)</i> by MVM.
Bex continues her look at R1 releases of Charmed and gets around to the fourth season, which introduced Rose McGowan into the main cast and still managed to keep the momentum going.
The residents of Point Place, Wisconsin continue into a third season of sitcom mayhem in That '70s Show. Bex takes a look at the R2 boxset release.
Bex has reviewed the R2 release of <i>R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 5: The Darkest Hour)</i> by MVM.
Bex reviews the R1 release of the complete series of Action - a short-run TV show revolving around the life of producer Peter Dragon, desperately trying to get back on his feet after a serious flop.
Bex takes a look at the recent R1 release of Rent - the cult Broadway musical that brings La Boheme to 1990s Lower East Side New York.
Bex takes a look at the third season of The Pretender, in which Jarod finds his father, Miss Parker falls in love and even Sydney has some revelations!
Bex takes a look at MirrorMask, a surreal adventure film brought to life by the combined talents of Dave McKean, Neil Gaiman, and the Jim Henson Company. Whilst it may not quite have hit UK cinemas yet, the Region 1 DVD has already been released, permitting us an early look at a visually stunning fantasy where a teenage girl has to come to terms with growing up and guilt in a world of her own imagination.
Bex sits down to review the final volume of the generally-charming <i>Adventures of Mini-Goddess</i> series, and decides she's pretty much covered her cuteness quota for the coming year. Maybe the next few, even.
Bex gets caught up in the conspiracies of little-known '90s science fiction series <i>Nowhere Man</i>, released at the end of last month as a substantial 9-disc R1 boxset by Image Entertainment.
Bex takes a trip to the underworld with the upcoming R1 release of <i>Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (Widescreen Edition)</i> by Warner Home Video.
When a sleepy seaside town in New Jersey gets an unexpected visitor seeking answers about her parentage, the results are intriguing. A little more soap than drama, Bex takes a look at the upcoming R2 release of the complete series of <i>Point Pleasant</i>.
Bex has reviewed the upcoming R2 release of <i>R.O.D. The TV Series (Volume 4: The Turning Point)</i> by MVM. After rescuing Nenene from the clutches of Dokusensha, what better follow-up for the Paper Sisters but to bring her to her long-lost friend - and ex-secret agent - Yomiko Readman?
Bex has reviewed the R1 release of <i>Wedding Crashers (Uncorked)</i>, which brings Owen Wilson together with Vince Vaughn for a fun comedy that takes a look at a variety of angles about friendship, romance and getting the girl(s).