The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix helped define the limits of the format when it was first launched on DVD, so this ballistic sequel is certain to become one of the biggest discs of 2003. We meet the cast of this amazing film – Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne share their thoughts on its philosophy, Carrie-Anne Moss reveals how she has applied its disciplines to her own life, and we discover how to make hundreds of Agent Smiths.
A photo preview of the eagerly-awaited final instalment, The Matrix Revolutions.
The Lion King
The spectacular Disney animation arrives on DVD in a Special Edition. Our first review of the movie looks at the film's new scene and the many, many extras…
Stars Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum discuss the TV show’s development, while co-creator Alfred Gough tells us what’s to come. Plus a full review of the season one DVD box set.
Writer Steven Moffat tells how one of the best British comedies in years grew out of his own relationship with the show’s producer and divulges how the American version will differ.
Rules of Attraction
Roger Avary, friend of Quentin Tarantino and director of this brilliant adaptation of Brett Easton Ellis’s novel, on how to make a bad guy out of Dawson’s Creek’s James Van Der Beek.
The director of many Hollywood greats looks at his films on DVD.
The name’s Doyle, Desmond Doyle. Pierce looks beyond Bond to his latest film on disc – the true-life tale Evelyn.
The sixth Doctor Colin Baker on the DVD release of The Two Doctors.