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Kill Bill volume 1

October 21, 2002

 Kill Bill volume 1

If Jackie Brown (1997) was Quentin Tarantino’s affectionate homage to ’70s Blaxploitation films, then Kill Bill, Volume 1 (2003) is his unabashed love letter to martial arts and Yakuza films from the same decade. The opening credits that feature... 

Rammstein – Lichtspielhaus

October 20, 2002

 Rammstein – Lichtspielhaus

I have to admit that while I have heard of the German heavy metal band Rammstein I wasn’t particularly looking forward to sitting through this 3 and a half hour DVD of their concerts, videos and behind the scene footage. Their image is ferociously... 

Friends: The Complete Sixth Season

October 13, 2002

 Friends: The Complete Sixth Season

Those fabulous Friends we all know and love so well are back in a box set of DVDs that collects all of the episodes from the sixth season of this immensely popular television show. When we last left them, in season five, they went to Las Vegas to support... 

Roswell: Season One

October 11, 2002

 Roswell: Season One

Max Evans and his alien pals must evade discovery from government agents and nosy teenagers. After the disappointing experience that was Disturbing Behaviour, veteran X-Files director David Nutter was looking for new projects and happened to meet up with... 

The Commitments (Collector’s Edition)

October 3, 2002

 The Commitments (Collector’s Edition)

Everyone wants to relive a magical cinematic moment. A film or theatre or evening that just makes one want to return in time. For me, one such experience was the first time I saw The Commitments (1991). It was a movie that spoke endless depths of sincerity... 

Space Ghost Coast to Coast

October 2, 2002

 Space Ghost Coast to Coast

Attention earthlings: Space Ghost is now transmitting his intergalactic talk show on the Digital Video Disc medium. Freed from being trapped in the dimension known as the 1960s, our hero has brought along his compatriots, Zorak and Moltar as his band... 

Lost in Translation

October 1, 2002

 Lost in Translation

Witty, pleasant and a tremendously funny romantic comedy – yeah, if you were talking about ‘The Return of the King’ but not the words I would use to describe ‘Lost In Translation’, a pathetic attempt at romance in film. Ok... 

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