FILMS OUT THIS WEEK

Marvel are back at the box office this week, as a pilot finds himself on the wrong end of a bounty hunt in Guardians Of The Galaxy. The Nut Job sees a squirrel and pals aim to pull off a heist, Earth To Echo sees three teens adopt a lost alien, and a kitten explores The House Of Magic. A young football hopeful finds a coach who makes him Believe while two other boys are confronted with tragedy in Hide Your Smiling Faces. Lovers navigate the strange world of Mood Indigo - see our interview with Michel Gondry and Audrey Tautou - while a college professor encounters something supernatural in Blackwood and the mysterious Anna spells danger for an investigator. A teenager gets drawn into gang violence in Northwest while an ex-con tries to help a troubled teen in Joe, all hell breaks loose in The Purge: Anarchy, and there's a re-release for Japanese hitman thriller Branded To Kill. Meanwhile, documentary Who Is Dayani Cristal? looks at the subject of illegal migration.

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We explore Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery, now out on blu-ray Link

"Michael Haneke, he's a a real laugh riot, I bet." John Waters talks to Isabelle Huppert Link

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NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS

Packshot of Twin Peaks on Blu-Ray Twin Peaks Blu-Ray Review
When a detective visits a small town to find out who killed the homecoming queen, he uncovers a much deeper and darker mystery.
Packshot of The Lunchbox on Blu-Ray The Lunchbox Blu-Ray Review
A mistakenly delivered lunchbox sparks romance between two lonely people.

FESTIVALS

We're still bringing you reviews from the 49th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which featured I Origins, above and this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival - read what won this year's awards.

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Borders of the abnormal Isabelle Huppert in conversation with John Waters.

Portrait of an Exhibition, part 2 Liam Gillick on film festivals, feminism, bodies and images.

Portrait of an Exhibition, part 1 Liam Gillick on art, acting and freedom.

Confessions, part 2 John Michael McDonagh, Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd and Joyce Carol Oates on Calvary.

Confessions, part 1 Kelly Reilly on the women of Calvary.

Raiders Of The Lost Ark is most rewatched film New poll looks at why we watch again.

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