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Mouchette Review

The first of two releases of Bresson's work by Nouveaux, Mouchette makes a rare appearance on DVD. The French filmmaker gives us his own particular vision of life in rural France, childhood cruelty, morality and other such light topics. Mark Boydell takes a look at it and gives it the thumbs up.

The Corporation Review

With the angry Fahrenheit 911 getting under many peoples skin, The Corporation comes along leaving them no time for respite. The director of Manufacturing Consent returns with an opinionated, clever, moving and polemic film. Compelling viewing... <br/>

Good Bye, Lenin! (Special Edition) Review

The German film that became a worldwide hit has finally received a decent release but only in R1. Mark Boydell takes a look at the release and indeed it comes up trumps compared to the meagre R2.

The Ladykillers (2004) Review

The Coen Brothers latest venture finds its way onto DVD... Tom Hanks and co. star in an interesting new twist on the Ealing comedy The Ladykillers with a change of setting and a lot of changes to the plot. Mark Boydell plunges right into it.

The Other Side Of The Bed Review

Another Iberian film that hits the DVDs after a small theatrical release. Mark Boydell takes a look at The Other Side of The Bed, Spain's third biggest ever box-office success but finds himself somewhat bewildered by what's on offer.

The Great Crusades - Welcome to the Hiawatha Inn

Punk and folk have always made strange bed-fellows and things are set to get even stranger with The Great Crusades' fourth release, Welcome to The Hiawatha Inn. Dark, powerful, emotionally charged and at times noisy these gentlemen seem poised to become an underground sensation.

City of Men Review

Out today on DVD and starting on BBC4 on tuesday, the TV series City of Men sounds quite promising on paper but will it live up to the brilliance of it's prequel City of God? Mark Boydell has a look at the first two seasons to find out.

Woven Hand - Consider The Birds

16 Horsepower leader, David Eugene Edwards, releases another solo album under the moniker of Woven Hand. Mark Boydell takes a dive into the Southern Gothic world of Consider The Birds.

Shattered Glass Review

Mark Boydell takes a look at Hayden Christiansen's salvatory film, Shattered Glass, where he redeems himself by playing a lying journalist who had a greater talent for fiction than for facts.

Jinnah Review

Mark Boydell takes a look at the internet-only release of Jinnah, with Christopher Lee giving an oustanding performance in a sweeping historical epic.

Exclusive Christopher Lee interview

Having to wait for six years to see your best performance seen by the world must be excruciating - but Christopher Lee seems relieved the film is finally available for all to see. DVDtimes catches up with the enigmatic actor to talk about Jinnah.

Exclusive Christopher Lee interview

Having to wait for six years to see your best performance seen by the world must be excruciating - but Christopher Lee seems relieved the film is finally available for all to see. DVDtimes catches up with the enigmatic actor to talk about Jinnah.

Charade Review

Mark Boydell takes a look at the recent release of the classic romantic crime flick but is quite dissapointed with the treatment the film has received.

The Lost Dogs - Mutt

Americana's finest supergroup take a retrospective look at their pre-Lost Dogs repertoire and come up trumps with some throughtful renditions of them.

Josh Ritter - Hello Starling

Debuting at number 2 in the Irish charts, Josh Ritter's new release has seen him get some much deserved profile in our neck of the woods. Mark Boydell checks out why... <br/>

Capital Gold: Jazz Legends - Various

Another compilation from Capitol Gold - this time a 3 cd trip into the world of Jazz. Mark Boydell has a listen

Exclusive interview with Jim White

About to tour the UK, alt.country artist Jim White took some time out of his busy schedule to tell us how he's doing and what's going on in Pensacola, Florida.

Exclusive interview with Jim White

About to tour the UK, alt.country artist Jim White took some time out of his busy schedule to tell us how he's doing and what's going on in Pensacola, Florida.

The City of No Limits Review

The final film in Fox's Latino Cinema series, <i>En La Ciudad Sin Límites</i> (The City of No Limits) is another solid piece of film making that is surprising, intelligent and suspenseful. Featuring a star-studded cast including Intacto's Leonardo Sbaraglia, the film is given a bare-bones release. Out today.