A motley crew of Reservoir Gunslingers saddle up for another Tarantino talk ’n’ bloodbath fest.
It’s Blu-ray time for the loonies! A horror classic gets a full restoration.
Roger Keen analyses a hilarious new drug sequence which has rapidly gone viral.
Martin Witz’s documentary charts the roller coaster story of LSD with excellent interviews and rare archive footage.
“Good evening…” Anthony Hopkins dons the fat suit to play the great man
One woman’s quest to get the most notorious terrorist of all time
Meryl Streep gives us the rise and fall of Margaret Thatcher, but does it really match up to King Lear?
Tipped as a big award winner, Colin Firth stars as a monarch with some tricky personal issues to resolve.
Rhys Ifans stars as hash smuggler Howard Marks in a funny and unusual biopic from Immortal Beloved director Bernard Rose.
Dennis Potter’s third lip-synch serial finally gets a DVD release from Acorn Media.
Roger Keen takes a look at Christopher Nolan’s latest—a metaphysical sci-fi actioneer no less.
Roger Keen asks the big question: after Avatar and Alice has 3-D finally come of age?
’70s pop legend Ian Dury is brought to life in a brilliant performance from Andy Serkis, but a question mark hangs over the film as a whole. Roger Keen reviews.
The Baker Street sleuth but not as we know him—stripped to the waist and leaping off buildings. What is Guy Ritchie playing at? Roger Keen finds out.
Roger Keen watches the strange world of Charlie Kaufman get stranger still, as he intermingles life and art in ever ascending and myriadly complex ways.
With a mis-spelt title and a take on World War II you won’t find in history books, Quentin Tarantino blazes back onto cinema screens. Roger Keen reviews.
Turn up your volume knobs to the maximum and more as the Spinal Tap legend celebrates its quarter century, with a three disc set that has enough extras to keep the eardrums thrumming till Christmas. Roger Keen reviews.