28 Jan DVD round-up: Looper, ParaNorman, Holy Motors and more

This week: Bruce Willis dodges his own bullets, a boy tries to lift a witch’s curse, Kylie goes art house, the roots of 007 are revealed, plus a return to video nasties in V/H/S

Looper (Cert: 15)
5 stars


Joseph Gordon-Levitt tries to wipe himself out

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: The DVD includes a feature commentary from director Rian Johnson and cast members Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt, four deleted scenes and a couple of production featurettes. The Blu-ray adds more insider looks, plus 17 more scenes that missed the final cut.  

Read our review for Looper

ParaNorman (Cert: PG)
4 stars

Classic horror gets a family-friendly makeover

Formats: DVD and 3D Blu-ray (includes standard Blu-ray and DVD)

Extras: The Blu-ray includes a feature commentary from the writer/directors, a 40-minute behind-the-scenes documentary and various featurettes

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Holy Motors (Cert: 18)
3 stars

Crazy but captivating genre mash-up from France

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Deleted scenes and an hour-long Q&A with director Leos Carax

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Everything or Nothing: the Untold Story of 007 (Cert: 12)
4 stars

Ah, Mr Bond, we’ve been expecting you…

Formats: DVD

Extras: None

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V/H/S (Cert: 18)
4 stars

Six tales to tingle the spine and churn the stomach

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Alternate ending, a behind-the-scenes look at the Amateur Night segment, outtakes from Tuesday the 17th, plus cast/crew interviews


Read our review for V/H/S