The holidays may be over, but you can still get away from it all with the magic of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, now on DVD. In the second Narnia movie, the Pevensie children are summoned back to Narnia, only to find that their land has been destroyed by the Telmarines. The leader of this race is King Miraz, uncle to Prince Caspian, Narnia's rightful ruler. With the Narnians, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy join hands with Prince Caspian to battle against Miraz's army and restore peace. The nail-biting story is one reason for the movie's success, but there is far more to it. The lively centaurs, talking animals, and gorgeous scenery will leave you wondering how they made Narnia so realistic. Luckily, you can find all the answers in the DVD's special features. They include all aspects of the 'making of' the movie: from 'pre-visualising' Narnia, to choosing the village of Soca in Slovenia as the setting for the bridge battle. As you finish all the features, you'll realise that all good things must end. Just as director Andrew Adamson won't lead the third movie, neither will Peter or Susan return to Narnia again. How the on-screen Edmund, Lucy and Prince Caspian will fare is unknown, but one thing is for sure: you don't want to wait for the DVD of the next episode. These films are definitely worth seeing at the cinema.