ORDER DVD High school student Kyosuke Shikijo (Ryohei Suzuki) wants to be a hero like his late father – a legendary cop. However, he’s academically undistinguished, and (though he participates in his school’s martial arts club) any time he tries to help anyone he just ends up getting a beating. AsRead More →

ORDER DVD Three women are held captive on a prison ship in space, en route to be sold to an alien race as sex slaves. They capture one of the ship’s escape pods, and flee to a nearby planet. When they land they are confronted by the planet’s inhabitants –Read More →

First off, if you’ve been under a rock for the last 4 years or so and need a quick rundown on Adventure Time, here goes: in the mystical land of Ooo (broadly hinted to be a post-apocalyptic far-future Earth) a 12 year-old boy called Finn the Human (there aren’t many others)Read More →

ORDER DVD It’s Christmas, and Tower Sky (Seoul’s most luxurious high-rise apartment building) is putting on a White Christmas party to dazzle their investors and affluent guests. Dae-ho (Sang-kyung Kim), a single father and the building’s manager, is forced to cancel his plans with his young daughter Ha-na (Jo Min-ah)Read More →

ORDER DVD Director Paul Davids (The Sci-fi Boys) was alone in his house, when a blot of ink mysteriously appeared on a document he’d just printed. This seemingly small event soon mushrooms into a much larger investigation when Davids realises that the sentence altered by the blot now appears toRead More →

In 1997, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall moved into the River cottage in Dorset, England and began his long experiment living as a largely self-sufficient smallholder. It’s certainly paid off for him – more than 15 years, 7 books and 10 TV series later he’s a household name around the world. In thisRead More →

ORDER DVD Mark of the Beast is an odd, somewhat awkward movie. It takes place in an unidentified area of (presumably) America where civilisation ends at the border of a great Forest populated by strange wild people who worship an odd monkey god. Two friends, Debbie (Debbie Rochon) and StricklandRead More →

It is the 17th century, and the English Civil War rages on with all the grime and viciousness peculiar to civil wars. The film opens with a cleric named Whitehead (Reece Shearsmith) hiding under a bush and praying to God to spare him. When his pursuer is killed, Whitehead takesRead More →

ORDER DVD Brian Cherry (writer and producer David Crane) is a sad, lonely young man whose shyness (he prefers to consider this his “morals”) prevent him from connecting with women. When his more confident friend Sam (Rey Valentin) bribes the beautiful Jules (Lili Bordan) to strike up a conversation withRead More →

Stephen Fry is described on the box of this collection as “Britain’s national treasure” and the documentaries presented here go some way to demonstrating why. Whether sweating in the jungle or exploring a traditional paper mill in Italy, Fry is witty, charming and urbane. This is a slower, more measuredRead More →

ORDER DVD “Some time ago” (no, really, the movie’s that unspecific) two teenagers were killed in the Northern Valley in upstate New York. The locals had long reported sightings of a strange giant humanoid creature, and an anonymous local philanthropist put out a 2.5 million dollar bounty for anyone whoRead More →