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UK DVD & Blu-ray Releases: Monday 26th October 2009

DVD & Blu-ray Releases 25-10-09



Drag Me To Hell (Lionsgate): A back to basics horror film for director Sam Raimi which is the tale of a woman (Alison Lohman) who falls under an ancient curse when she is forced to evict an elderly woman (Lorna Raver) from her house. She then has only three days to dissuade a dark spirit from stealing her soul before she is dragged to hell for an eternity of unthinkable torment.

Although maybe not quite matching up to the early reviews and buzz, this is still an effective and pleasingly old fashioned horror which relies on old-school creepy suspense rather than the sadistic butchery that has become all too prevalent in the genre.

Available on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, the following features on each format are as follows:


  • Theatrical Cut
  • 2.40:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
  • English DD5.1 Surround
  • English HOH subtitles
  • Production Diaries:
  • The Bloody Nose
  • Inside the Psychic World
  • Makeup Effects
  • Alison in the Mud
  • Wirework
  • Nightmare
  • Justin Long Profile
  • The Parking Lot Fight
  • The Goat
  • Set Tour: The Great Room, Puzzle Car, Dragging Her To Hell

Blu-ray Disc

  • Theatrical Cut & Version you couldn’t see in cinemas
  • 1080P 2.40:1 Widescreen
  • English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
  • English HOH subtitles
  • Production Diaries
  • Interviews with Sam Raimi, Alison Lohman and Justin Long (BD Exclusive)


True Blood Season 1 (HBO): The first season of HBO’s acclaimed vampire series from creator and executive producer Alan Ball (writer of American Beauty and Six Feet Under). Set in rural Louisiana it explores the lives of vampires who have emerged from their coffins and no longer need humans for their fix of blood.

Based on The Southern Vampire Mystery Series books by Charlaine Harris, it focuses on Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a telepathic waitress who comes across the 173-year old Bill Compton (Steven Moyer) – a vampire with whom she forms an immediate connection.

Available on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, the features on each format are outlined below.

DVD Extras

  • Audio commentary on the episode “Strange Love” by executive producer/series creator Alan Ball
  • Audio commentary on the episode “The First Taste” by cast member Anna Paquin and director Scott Winant
  • Audio commentary on the episode “Escape from Dragon House” by writer Brian Buckner and director Michael Lehmann
  • Audio commentary on the episode “Sparks Fly Out” by cast member Stephen Moyer and director Dan Minahan
  • Audio commentary on the episode “Burning House of Love” by director Marcos Siega

Blu-ray Extras – All of the above plus:

  • Enhanced Viewing Mode – BD-J Feature including PiP, text-based facts and maps
  • Season Index
  • Episodic Previews
  • Episodic Recaps


Asian Horror – Essential Collection (Palisades Tartan)
Bleach Series 4 Part 1 (Manga)
Blood Rain (Palisades Tartan)
Bones Season 4 (Fox)
Clive Barker’s Book of Blood (Lionsgate)
Cyborg She (4Digital Asia)
District 13: Ultimatum (Momentum)
Fired Up! (Sony)
Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (Manga)
Ip Man (Showbox)
Korean Horror – Essential Collection (Palisades Tartan)
Last of the Summer Wine Series 15 & 16 (Universal Playback)
Lost Season 5 (Disney)
Monsters Vs. Aliens (Paramount)
Most Haunted Series 11 (Universal Playback)
Naruto Unleashed Series 6 (Manga)
Naruto Unleashed Series 7 Part 2 (Manga)
Obsessed (Sony)
Playing Away (BFI)
Shirin (BFI)
The Hills Run Red (Warner)
Trick ‘R Treat (Warner)
Young Rebel Souls (BFI)

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UK DVD & Blu-ray Releases: Monday 12th October 2009

UK DVD & Blu-ray Releases 12-10-09


Coraline (Universal): Based on the book by Neil Gaiman, this stop-motion animation written and directed by Henry Selick follows an adventurous girl named Coraline who finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but has sinister secrets.

* Listen to our interview with Henry Selick about Coraline *

Available on 1-Disc DVD (£19.99 RRP), 2-Disc Limited Edition DVD (£19.99 RRP) and Blu-ray Disc (£24.99 RRP), the 2-Disc DVD and Blu-ray Disc release will include both the 2-D and 3-D version of the main feature and 4 pairs of 3-D glasses. Got that? Phew.

Features on all of the different versions are as follows:

1-Disc DVD – Includes the 2-D version of the main feature and the following extras:
Deleted Scenes
The Making of Coraline
Feature Commentary with Director Henry Selick and Composer Bruno Coulais

2-Disc Limited Edition DVD – As above plus a second disc with the 3-D version of the main feature and 4 pairs of 3-D glasses.

Blu-ray Disc – Includes both the 2-D and 3-D versions of the main feature plus 4 pairs of 3-D glasses. Features include:

  • 2-D and 3-D Presentations
  • 1080P 1.85:1 Widescreen
  • English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
  • French, Italian, German, Spanish and Dutch 5.1 Dolby Digital
  • English SDH, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Greek and Traditional Chinese subtitles
  • U Control – Picture in Picture (2-D Feature Only)
  • U Control – Tours and Voice Sessions (2-D Feature Only)
  • U Control – Picture in Picture Animatic (2-D Feature Only)
  • Deleted Scenes
  • The Making of Coraline – Director and screenwriter Henry Selick hosts this behind the scenes feature about how this hand-crafted, stop-motion animated film was made
  • BD Exclusive: Voicing the Characters – Coraline’s acclaimed cast and filmmaker Henry Selick talk about their experiences working on the film, including defining the perfect voice for their characters
  • BD Exclusive: Creepy Coraline – Director and screenwriter Henry Selick and Coraline author Neil Gaiman take fans deeper into the darker intricacies of Coraline’s alternative worlds
  • Feature Commentary with Director Henry Selick and Composer Bruno Coulais

Looking For Eric (Icon): The unlikely pairing of French footballer Eric Cantona and English director Ken Loach is the tale of a Manchester postman (Steve Evets) undergoing a midlife crisis. When his idol Cantona appears to him in a series of visions, he manages to inspire him with his distinctive brand of philosophy.

Although much of the publicity surrounding the film focused on ‘King Eric’, the two real stars are Steve Evets and Stephanie Bishop who deliver excellent performances. It also features the hallmarks of Loach’s best work: sensitive treatment of social issues; well rounded characters with believable flaws; and a lack of cheap sentiment.

The script by Paul Laverty deserves a lot of credit for working in social issues (gun crime, football ownership) alongside some of Cantona’s reflections on life and existence in a way that isn’t forced or cheesy. Whilst some of the reactions at the Cannes film festival were correct in observing that it is lighter than usual for a Loach film, that is no bad thing as it contains some marvellous feel good scenes (especially the climax).

Available on Blu-ray Disc (£24.99 RRP) and 2-Disc DVD (£19.99 RRP), extras include:

  • Audio Commentary
  • United We Stand Documentary
  • Extended Meditation Scene
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Happy Ending Short Film
  • Music Video
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Director’s Shorts

Synecdoche, New York (Revolver): Charlie Kaufman‘s directorial debut (pronounced “Syn-ECK-duh-kee”) is so Kaufman-esque that it takes his ideas to another level of strangeness. The story centres around theatre director Caden Cotard (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who starts to re-evaluate life after his health and marriage start to break down. He receives a grant to do something artistically adventurous and decides to stage an enormously ambitious production inside a giant warehouse.

What follows is a strange and often baffling movie, complete with the kind of motifs that are peppered throughout Kaufman’s scripts: someone lives in a house oblivious to the fact that it is permanently on fire; a theatrical venue the size of several aircraft hangars is casually described as a place where Shakespeare is performed; and visitors to an art gallery view microscopic paintings with special goggles.

But despite the oddities and the Chinese-box narrative, this is a film overflowing with invention and ideas. It explores the big issues of life and death but also examines the nature of art and performance – a lot of the film, once it goes inside the warehouse, is a mind-boggling meditation on our lives as a performance.

Imagine The Truman Show rewritten by Samuel Beckett and directed by Luis Buñuel and you’ll get some idea of what Kaufman is aiming for here. I found a lot of the humour very funny, but the comic sensibility behind the jokes is dry and something of an acquired taste. Much of the film hinges on Seymour Hoffman’s outstanding central performance in which he conveys the vulnerability and determination of a man obsessed with doing something worthwhile before he dies.

The makeup for the characters supervised by Mike Marino is also first rate, creating a believable ageing process whilst the sets are also excellent, even if some of the CGI isn’t always 100% convincing. The supporting cast is also impressive: Catherine Keener, Michelle Williams, Samantha Morton, Emily Watson, Hope Davis, Tom Noonan and Dianne Weist all contribute fine performances and fit nicely into the overall tone of the piece. Although the world Kaufman creates will alienate some viewers, it slowly becomes a haunting meditation on how humans age and die.

Revolver Entertainment are releasing it, priced at £19.99 RRP on DVD and £24.99 RRP on Blu-ray Disc.

Extras include:

  • Infectious Diseases In Cattle: Bloggers’ Roundtable
  • The Story of Caden Cotard
  • Script Factory Interview with Charlie Kaufman
  • Charlie Kaufman Animations
  • In & Around Synecdoche, New York



12 Rounds (Fox)
B-Girl (Anchor Bay)
Cherry Blossoms (Dogwoof)
Claymore Volumes 5 & 6 (Manga)
Doghouse (Sony)
Hell Ride (Warner)
Heroes Season 3 (Universal Playback)
Inside (Momentum)
Momma’s Man (Diffusion Pictures)
Skin (ICA)
Smallville Season 8 (Warner)
Spooks Season 7 (E1 Entertainment)
Two and a Half Men Season 6 (Warner)

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UK DVD & Blu-ray Releases: Monday 5th October 2009

DVD & Blu-ray Releases 05-10-09



Katyn (Artificial Eye): A drama based on the true story of Polish army officers massacred by the Russia secret police in the Katyń forest during World War II, it was Poland’s nominee for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars earlier this year.

Directed by Andrzej Wajda, it stars Artur Zmijewski, Andrzej Chyra and explores the continuing struggle over the memory of the event as well as the Russian cover up that prevented Poles from commemorating those that had been killed.

Available on DVD, although there hasn’t been a Blu-ray announced yet, the extras include an interview with the director and a making of featurette. Unlike some editions of the film Artificial Eye have presented this in the proper aspect ratio of 2:35.

Beaufort (Trinity): Although already out on regular DVD, the Blu-ray release of this 2007 drama is just coming out now.

It was Israel’s entry for the 2007 Oscars and is about an IDF unit stationed at the Beaufort post in Southern Lebanon during the South Lebanon conflict, and their commander, Liraz Librati, who was the last commander of the Beaufort castle before the Israeli withdrawal in 2000.

Directed by Joseph Cedar, it was co-written by Cedar and Ron Leshem, and based on Leshem’s novel of the same name. Ironically filming finished in 2006, just before the Second Lebanon conflict broke out that summer.

The new Blu-ray is playable in all regions and the transfer is presented at 1.85:1 rather than the theatrical 2.35:1 aspect ratio and the audio has both 2.0 and 5.1 DTS HD Audio Master mixes (the DVD release only had a Dolby Digital 2.0 track).

The extras include:

  • A Making of Featurette (23:42): This has interviews, footage of the sets being built and some scenes being shot.
  • Deleted Scenes (16:41): A couple of which are extended scenes, which fill out the characters a bit more.
  • Trailers: There is a short trailer (1:24) and a long trailer (2:09) for the film.

Time Bandits (Optimum): Terry Gilliam‘s 1981 fantasy film, which he co-wrote with Michael Palin, tells the story of a group of dwarves who leave their jobs with ‘The Supreme Being’ for a life of crime with a map they’ve stolen from their workplace.

The map holds the secrets to time-holes in the fabric of creation, allowing the holders to go forward and back as they please. One such journey lands them in the bedroom of a young boy Kevin (Craig Warnock), who joins them on their journey.

The supporting cast includes Ian Holm, John Cleese, Sean Connery, David Warner and Ralph Richardson.

Priced at £15.99 RRP on DVD and £19.99 RRP on Blu-ray Disc, extras include:

  • New and exclusive interview with Terry Gilliam
  • Trailer
  • Scrapbook



Big Fat Important Movie (Anchor Bay)
Blind Dating (Universal)
House – Season 5 (Universal Playback)
Inside (Momentum)
Jack Said (Optimum)
My Name is Earl Season 2 (Fox)
Red Baron (Showbox)
Rogue (Icon)
sleep furiously (New Wave Films)
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li (Optimum)
Surviving Evil (Kaleidoscope)
The Uninvited (aka “4 Inyong Shiktak”) (Palisades Tartan)

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UK DVD & Blu-ray Releases: Monday 14th September 2009

DVD and Blu-ray 14-09-09


Beyond the Clouds (Second Sight): Near the end of his professional career in 1995, Michelangelo Antonioni embarked on this co-project with Wim Wenders, an erotic drama based on his own short stories, which includes four tales linked by a director (John Malkovich) in search of his next picture.

Taking place in Ferrara, Portofino, Aix en Provence and Paris, each story features a woman at the centre of the story and the cast features Sophie Marceau, Irene Jacob, Fanny Ardant, Jean Reno, Vincent Perez, Peter Weller, Marcello Mastroianni and Jeanne Moreau.

Included on this release is ‘To Make A Film Is To Be Alive’ a 52 minute documentary and an audio essay by Seymour Chatman (author of Antonioni: The Complete Films), along with a with production stills gallery.

Although not in the same league as Antonioni’s very best work, it is a fascinating project with some marvellous visuals, aided by an evocative score featuring memorable contributions from Brian Eno and U2 (aka Passengers).

Is Anybody There? (Optimum): Set in a sleepy British seaside town in the 1980s, this drama tells the story of a morbid, bookish 10-year-old boy Edward (Bill Milner) who becomes increasingly obsessed with the afterlives of the residents of the old peoples’ home which his parents run, until he is distracted by the arrival of ‘The Amazing’ Clarence (Michael Caine), an anarchic retired magician and grieving widower who is determined to age disgracefully.

Available on DVD and Blu-ray, the extras include:

  • Interview with Michael Caine
  • Interview with John Crowley
  • Interview with Bill Milner
  • Interview with Ann-Marie Duff
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spots

Leon (Optimum): The Blu-ray release for Luc Besson‘s 1994 thriller is part of a bunch of releases for the French director. Given the lacklustre quality of his recent output, it is worth revisiting this sharply written tale of a French hitman (Jean Reno) in New York befriending a young girl (Natalie Portman), whose family have been killed by corrupt cops (led by a splendidly nutty Gary Oldman).

Although the HD transfer has got mixed to negative reviews, the quality of the film makes it worth buying as it probably won’t get a re-release for a while.

The extras and technical specs are:

  • Theatrical & Director’s Cut Versions
  • 1080P 2.35:1 Widescreen
  • English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio & 2.0 Stereo LPCM
  • Optional English subtitles (only on Director’s Cut)
  • Jean Reno – The Road to Leon
  • 10 year making of retrospective
  • Natalie Portman – Starting Young
  • Trailer



Angels & Demons (Sony)
Bundy: A Legacy of Evil (Lionsgate)
Crank 2: High Voltage (Lionsgate)
Diary for My Children (Second Run)
Entourage Season 5 (HBO)
Knight Rider (2008) Season 1 (Universal Playback)
La Belle Captive (Second Sight)
Lie to Me Season 1 (Fox)
Massive (2 Entertain)
Sexy Killer (Momentum)
Splinter (Anchor Bay)
That Sinking Feeling (2 Entertain)
The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (Icon)
Two Pints of Lager and A Packet of Crisps Series 8 (2 Entertain)

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UK DVD & Blu-ray Releases: Monday 7th September 2009

UK DVD and Blu-ray Releases 07-09-09



This Is Spinal Tap – Up To 11 Edition (Optimum): A re-release for the classic 1984 spoof music documentary which stars Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer as the three members of fictional heavy-metal/hard rock band Spinal Tap.

Directed by Rob Reiner it remains a brilliantly observed look at the pretentious glory of rock and roll and fully justifies it’s hallowed status amongst audiences the world over.

Optimum are releasing three versions in the UK, a 3 DVD box-set (£19.99 RRP), a Blu-ray (£24.99 RRP) and a limited edition Marshall Amp edition (£69.99 RRP).

The Marshall amp edition includes:

  • Limited Edition customised fully working Marshall amp (going up to 11)
  • Numbered speciall amp packaging
  • 7 original art cards
  • 5 Disc Stonehenge digi pack – including:
  • Discs 1-3 – DVD content as per the 3-Disc DVD box-set (detailed below)
  • Disc 4: The Blu-ray of ‘This Is Spinal Tap’
  • Disc 5: The Original Soundtrack CD

Extras on the Blu-ray Disc (all on a single-disc with the film) and the 3 DVD box-set include:

Disc 1:

  • Fully re-mastered feature
  • This is Spinal Tap: Up to 11 – Brand new 25th Anniversary Documentary feat. Ricky Gervais, Eddie Izzard, Martin Freeman, Anvil, Serge Pizzorno and more (43 mins)
  • Audio Commentary by the band
  • Menu commentary by the band
  • Go To 11 – Menu animation feature

Disc 2:

  • The Return of Spinal Tap Royal Albert Hall concert (57 mins)
  • 2007 Live Earth footage & Live Earth reunion short film (4 mins 20)
  • National Geographic Stonehenge interviews with Nigel (9 mins 1)
  • Sprinkle some ****in Fairy Dust On It – interview with Reg Presley of The Troggs (6 mins 54)

Disc 3:

  • Outtakes** (1 hr 7 mins)
  • Original Trailers (7 mins)
  • 4 x Music Videos (12 mins 27)
  • TV Spots (1 min 37)
  • Cutting Room Floor Deleted Scenes incl Heavy Metal Memories, Flower People, Cheese Roll trailer
  • EPK featurettes (20 mins 50)
  • Creative Meeting & Bitch School Videos (4 mins 33)

DVD Specs:

  • 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
  • English DD5.1 Surround
  • English and French DD2.0 Stereo
  • Subtitles (Main Feature): Danish, French, German, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish
  • Subtitles (Extras & Commentary): French, German

Blu-ray Specs:

  • 1080P 1.85:1 Widescreen
  • English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
  • English and French Stereo LPCM
  • Subtitles (Main Feature): Danish, French, German, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish
  • Subtitles (Extras & Commentary): French, German

Perhaps the highlight of the new package is the Outtakes which include many scenes which didn’t make the final cut including:

  • Romance, Mystery & Sheer Sex
  • Opening Night Party
  • Promo Spots
  • Derek’s Out of Circulation
  • Tommy’s Corruption
  • Backstage
  • Trouble in Memphis
  • Respects to the King
  • On the Air with Spinal Tap
  • Son of St Hubbins
  • Roma ’79
  • Recording Studio Meltdown
  • Nigel’s Replacement
  • Tap at The Zoo

Fifty Dead Men Walking (Metrodome): A gripping adaptation of Martin McGartland’s 1997 autobiography, about his time as an informant within the Provisional IRA from 1988 til 1991. It stars Jim Sturgess as McGartland, Ben Kingsley as his British handler and was directed by Kari Scogland.

Although some changes to the actual events reduce the film’s overall impact the performances and direction make this a fairly substantial drama. It isn’t in the same league as ‘Bloody Sunday’ or ‘Hunger’ but remains a compelling portrait of one particular episode within the Troubles.

Available on DVD (£15.99 RRP) and Blu-ray Disc (£19.99 RRP), it contains the following extras:

  • Commentary with Director Kari Skogland
  • On set with ‘Fifty Dead Men Walking’
  • Exclusive extract from the book ‘Fifty Dead Men Walking’
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Theatrical Trailer

* Listen to my interview with director Kari Scogland *


Gladiator (Universal): The Blu-ray release for Ridley Scott’s Oscar-winning Roman epic has arguably been one of the most anticipated releases of the new format.

Russell Crowe stars as Maximus, a Roman general who is betrayed, has his family killed and is sold into to slavery by a corrupt prince, before eventually returning to Rome as a gladiator seeking revenge.

There has been a big debate on various Blu-ray and Hi-def sites about the quality of the transfer used for this release with some suggesting that it is good, whilst others are critical of Paramount (who own the film after acquiring DreamWorks in 2005, even though Universal is releasing it in the UK), accusing them of cutting corners in the process.

However, it is likely to be a big seller, not least because of the wealth of extras, which are as follows.

Tech Details

  • 1080P 2.35:1 Widescreen
  • English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
  • French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Spanish 5.1 DTS Surround
  • Subtitles: English SDH, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Latin American Spanish

Disc One

  • Theatrical Version (155mins)
  • Audio Commentary by Director Ridley Scott, Cinematographer John Mathieson & Editor Pietro Scalia
  • Deleted Scenes with optional commentary
  • Extended Version (171mins)
  • Introduction by Ridley Scott
  • Audio Commentary by Ridley Scott & Russell Crowe
  • U-Control features on both Theatrical and Extended versions
  • The Scrolls of Knowledge – The original Are You Not Entertained? trivia track newly enhanced allowing viewers to access a series of new behind-the-scenes featurettes exploring key scenes throughout the film
  • Visions from Elysium: Topic Marker – A U-Control feature that allows Disc One Viewers to tag moments of interest throughout the entire film, allowing them to create “shopping lists” of topics to learn more about from the features on Disc Two

Disc Two

  • Visions from Elysium – A U-Control feature that automatically accesses further content from tagged moments of interest that have been marked by viewers from Disc One
  • Strength and Honour: Creating the World of Gladiator (200 mins.) – The definitive documentary on the origin, production and impact of this Oscar-winning Best Picture
  • Tale of the Scribes: Story Development
  • The Tools of War: Weapons
  • Attire of the Realm: Costume Design
  • The Heat of Battle: Production Journals Germania / Zucchabar / Rome
  • Shadows and Dust: Resurrecting Proximo
  • The Glory of Rome: Visual Effects
  • Echoes in Eternity: Release and Impact
  • Strength and Honour will now include all-new Picture-In-Picture content accessed via U-Control (156mins)
  • Aurelian Archive
  • The Making of Gladiator (25 mins.)
  • Gladiator Games: The Roman Bloodsport (50mins.)
  • Hans Zimmer: Scoring Gladiator (21 mins.)
  • Maximus Uncut: Between the Takes with Russell Crowe (8mins.)
  • My Gladiator Journal by Spencer Treat Clark (Text/Photos) – The personal diary of the young actor who played Lucius, providing a unique and amusing perspective on the creation of an epic film
  • VFX Explorations: Germania & Rome (24 mins.)
  • Image and Design
  • Production Design Featurette and Galleries (10 mins.)
  • Storyboard Demonstration (14 mins.)
  • Multi-Angle Storyboard Comparisons and Galleries (15 mins. x 2 angles)
  • Ridleygram Galleries
  • Costume Design Galleries
  • Photo Galleries
  • Abandoned Sequences & Deleted Scenes
  • Alternate Opening Titles and Featurette (9 mins.)
  • Blood Vision (with optional commentary) (3 mins.)
  • Rhino Fight (with optional commentary) (5 mins.)
  • Choose Your Weapon (1 min.)
  • Treasure Chest (7mins)
  • Trailers (2) & TV Spots (20) (13 mins.)

Amazon are also offering a Limited Edition Steelbook set.



Are You Being Served Series 8 (2 Entertain)
Butterfly Kiss (Second Sight)
Chan is Missing (Drakes Avenue Pictures)
Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma (2 Entertain)
Dollhouse Season 1 (Fox)
Dororo (MVM)
Face to Face Box Set (2 Entertain)
Far Cry (High Fliers)
Fermat’s Room (Revolver)
Hamlet 2 (Momentum)
Hannah Montana: The Movie (Disney)
Helen (New Wave Films)
Infestation (Icon)
Louis Theroux Law & Disorder (2 Entertain)
Paul Merton in India (2 Entertain)
The Boat That Rocked (Universal)
The Girl Cut in Two (Artificial Eye)
The Inner Life of Martin Frost (Axiom Films)
The Thirties in Colour (2 Entertain)
The Wonderful World of Albert Khan (2 Entertain)
Time Regained (Second Sight)
Tobruk (High Fliers)
Waveriders (Element Pictures)
Wuthering Heights (ITV DVD)

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