Welcome to VideoVista! Reviews are listed below, with brief descriptions as a guide in case you’re unfamiliar with the titles, but you can start from the first review and click on that page’s NEXT link, so there’s no need to return HOME if you want to read the whole magazine. Click on the blue buttons to see individual reviews.

Go to review Aftershock – epic disaster movie about an earthquake that wrecks New York
Go to review All Ladies Do It – sex comedy directed by Tinto Brass, on disc
Go to review The Art Of War – conspiracy action thriller starring Wesley Snipes
Go to review Babycart In The Land Of Demons – fifth samurai movie in Lone Wolf and Cub series
Go to review Bring It On – teen movie about cheerleaders, on disc
Go to review Cherry Falls – serial killer drama, starring Brittany Murphy and Michael Biehn
Go to review City Hunter – Jackie Chan’s comedy-adventure based on the popular manga
Go to review Cradle Will Rock – drama set in art and theatre world of 1930s New York
Go to review The Doll Squad – the Ted V. Mikels’ movie that inspired TV series Charlie’s Angels
Go to review Feeling Minnesota – comedy romance starring Keanu Reeves and Cameron Diaz, on disc
Go to review The Flame Trees Of Thika – TV drama mini-series about an Edwardian family in Africa
Go to review For Love Or Country – drama based on true story of a Cuban jazz musician
Go to review Highlander: Endgame – fantasy adventure sequel, stars Christopher Lambert, Adrian Paul
Go to review The Intruder – science fiction mystery thriller directed by David Bailey
Go to review The Jazz Channel Presents: Ben E. King – rhythm ‘n’ blues concert, on disc
Go to review Julien Donkey-Boy – art house drama about schizophrenia, stars Ewen Bremner
Go to review Komodo – monster movie about killer-reptiles on tropical island. on disc
Go to review Les Destinées Sentimentales – period romantic drama, with Emmanuelle Beart
Go to review Lilith Fair – film of first ever all female rock music festival, on disc
Go to review Little Nicky – romantic comedy fantasy starring Adam Sandler
Go to review Lost Souls – occult horror thriller, starring Winona Ryder
Go to review The Madness Of King George – film of Alan Bennett’s play, starring Nigel Hawthorne
Go to review Passion Of Mind – romantic fantasy thriller starring Demi Moore
Go to review Paul McCartney: Live At The Cavern Club – ex-Beatle’s 1999 Liverpool gig
Go to review Purely Belter – new British comedy from director of Brassed Off and Little Voice
Go to review Purple Storm – award-winning Hong Kong action movie produced by Jackie Chan, on disc
Go to review The Ruling Class – classic black comedy starring Peter O’Toole, on disc
Go to review Running Mates – comedy drama about campaign to elect Tom Selleck as president
Go to review Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday 13th – farcical serial killer spoof
Go to review Singin’ In The Rain – classic Hollywood comedy musical, starring Gene Kelly
Go to review Small Time Crooks – crime comedy directed by Woody Allen
Go to review Space Cowboys – astronauts’ adventure puts Clint Eastwood (star & director) into orbit
Go to review The Stuntwoman – Michelle Yeoh stars in drama about filmmaking in Hong Kong
Go to review Sugar Town – comedy-drama about LA rock’n’roll scene
Go to review The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg – French romantic drama starring Catherine Deneuve, on disc
Go to review Way Of The Dragon – martial arts thriller, starring and directed by Bruce Lee
Go to review X-change – science fiction thriller about cloning and mind transference
Go to review The Yards – crime drama set in world of New York’s subway system
Go to review Zatoichi At The Fire Festival – another samurai tale of the blind swordsman

Movie Vault: – neglected classics & cult favourites get a fresh look
Go to review Targets – Boris Karloff stars in Peter Bogdanovich’s first movie
Top 10 list: – favourites by genre, category, scenes, year, actors, directors, music, etc.
Go to review World Cinema – a top 10 foreign films by Rhys Hughes