Philip French welcomes rhe DVD release of Ted Kotcheff's remarkable 'portrait of desperate, violent, uncouth lives on the fringes of civilisation'
Look no further for a bracing antidote to hoary biblical epics on television and a little healthy escapism, writes Guy Lodge
Peter Preston: So the Financial Times won't join the Independent Press Standards Organisation. But why should any international digital news organisation be regulated in idiosyncratic Britain?
Peter Preston: The NSA revelations, and Africa's courageous reporters, make it clear that the toughest journalism won't work as a list or a gallery
Ciarán Hands is a little too insistent in his grief in this glum bereavement drama, writes Jonathan Romney
Even a 'memorably repellent' Michael Cera can't save Sebastián Silva's film about graceless Americans abroad, writes Jonathan Romney
This Spanish animation, with voices from Martin Sheen and Matthew Modine, is intelligent and entertaining, writes Jonathan Romney
The latest Marvel output adds little to the mix, writes Jonathan Romney
A film about a 1980s proto-riot grrrl band is a boisterous pleasure, writes Jonathan Romney
Emma Thompson's middlebrow new romcom would be ideal for Nigel Farage, writes Jonathan Romney
This stripped-down take on a popular genre has all the addictiveness of a Sim without the density, writes Chris Dring
More from RedLynx's brilliant motocross trials, with rewards for players who tackle home-made levels, writes Will Freeman
Astra Taylor's valuable study reveals how our idealistic hopes for the internet were undone by corporate greed, writes John Naughton
As the final episode of the Oprah-led docu-series approaches, Lohan has hit the chat show circuit hard – but what do her varied performances reveal about her life?
Betty Who's song was used as the soundtrack to a video of a marriage proposal that went viral on YouTube. Now fame beckons