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Recommended New release DVDs



Latest USA DVD releases November 2007

Our Top 3 picks of the new USA DVD releases of November 2007 are : -

1. This Is England

Released 13th November 2007

Shane Meadows classic coming of age tale about a young boy being brought up in the desolation of the early 1980's England, who is drawn into a dangerous world. Read our full This is England review.

2. Looks and Smiles

Released 20th November 2007

A rarely seen 1981 lo-fi classic from society reflecting genius Ken Loach. Set in post industrial Sheffield as the recession begins to bite hard. Read our full Looks and Smiles review.

3. Killer of Sheep: The Charles Burnett Collection

Released 13th November 2007

A true classic of American independent cinema. Includes the Killer of Sheep with lots of extras. Also features his unreleased follow up My Brother's Wedding.

Other notable DVDs released in November 2007 that we recommend : -

Blame It on Fidel

Released 6th November 2007

The 2006 critically-acclaimed coming of age tale by director Julie Gavras, definitely one of the best European films of last year.

Berlin Alexanderplatz

Released 13th November 2007

One of European cinemas truly fascinating directors is Rainer Werner Fassbinder. This 15 hour plus controversial offering is perhaps the oddest, and most rewarding, epic that you will ever see.

La Vie en Rose

Released 13th November 2007

A darkly dark telling the story of Edith Piaf. Truly one of the best and most honest bio pics of recent years.


Released 6th November 2007

Remastered two disc edition of the Beatles mop top surrealist classic. But when are they going to release Let It Be?

Sicko SE.

Released 6th November 2007

Michael Moore investigates the American healthcare system, and at the countless millions left behind, who cannot afford to be part of the system.

Free Cinema Collection

Released 27th November 2007

The cinematic movement led by Lindsay Anderson . This is where it all really started for independent British Cinema and the highly influential "kitchen sink" dramas. The collection has some fine and rare examples of the Free Cinema movements finest short films.