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Dynamic Dozen: 80s Action in 12 Movies Part 1
29 Apr 2017
Many have observed that while the nineteen-seventies was not lacking in its share of action movies, where every crime thriller worth its salt featured a car chase as a matter of course, it was the fol...

Manor On Movies: The Unguarded Moment (1956)
27 Apr 2017
John Saxon is extra-cool. A nice Brooklyn yoot who went to Hollywood, showed up for work every day, didn't get involved in the glitz and the politicking, came across likeable and tough onscreen, and ...

Manor On Movies: Curse Of The Dead (1961)
27 Apr 2017
Bela Lugosi seated in a den: "The sparrow flies. But does it go anywhere? Rejoice!" An out-take from Glen Or Glenda? Yes. And no. While the scene undoubtedly was shot for the auteur's c...

Q & A with San Francisco Silent Film Festival artistic director Anita Monga
25 Apr 2017
During the summer season many film festivals fill the film circuit displaying everything from big studio blockbusters to offbeat foreign fare. Few festivals echo back to a time when silence was golden...

Put Your Bigfoot In It: Bigfoot on Film
7 Apr 2017
The craze, if you can call it that, for making movies about Bigfoot can be traced back to a certain clip of amateur footage from 1967, now known as The Patterson-Gimlin Film. In it, a shaky camera ca...

Maulin' the Jack: The Jack the Ripper Story Bastardized
29 Mar 2017
"Was Jack the Ripper the Loch Ness Monster?" a segment of the sketch comedy movie Amazon Women on the Moon enquired in 1987, which showed how far the tale of the Victorian serial killer murders...

Absolute Dick: Dick Emery at Thames Television on DVD
2 Mar 2017
Dick Emery was a comic who had paid his dues, and by the nineteen-seventies his hard graft had paid off with one of the most successful comedy shows on television thanks to his Saturday night broadcas...

Face the Strange: Extremes of British Pop Movies '65-'75
16 Feb 2017
There had been pop music movies made in Britain before the Beatles thundered onto the scene with A Hard Day's Night, but they were rooted in the sensibilities of the nineteen-fifties, with two ...

How To Become The Most Famous Man in the World: Chaplin at Essanay on Blu-ray
18 Jan 2017
Charlie Chaplin was the most celebrated of the silent comedians to emerge from the Hollywood of the nineteen-tens, and had got his big break as part of producer Mack Sennett's Keystone comedies, as an...

Every Day's a Holiday, Charlie Brown!
23 Dec 2016
Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz drew his world-famous Peanuts comic strip for nearly fifty years, starting in 1950; his final work was published on the same day as his death in 2000, but even this distan...

Christmas Bonus: All Star Comedy Carnival on DVD
22 Dec 2016
ITV noted well the success of its rival channel BBC1 and their festive celebration Christmas Night with the Stars which had begun in 1958, so in 1969 the independent television channel decided ...

Manor On Movies: Beat On The Brat(s)
2 Dec 2016
Awwww, you and your snookums have decided your unrivaled sphere of love will be expanded, completed and made even more joyous by bringing a child into the world. You are "procreating" according to ...

The SHADO Knows: UFO The Complete Series on Blu-ray
16 Nov 2016
By 1969, Gerry and Sylvia Anderson were beginning to tire of their signature puppet television shows, and the man putting up the money, Sir Lew Grade, identified a need for a live action series, both ...

Siege Mentality: Rio Bravo and Assault on Precinct 13
7 Nov 2016
Rio Bravo came about because some of those involved in crafting it had seen High Noon, and to put it mildly were not best pleased. How could a Sheriff, played by Gary Cooper, be reduce...

Queens of Women: Five Cult Stars, Five Cult Films
21 Oct 2016
Quentin Tarantino, for it was he, called Blaxploitation icon Pam Grier "The Queen of Women" for her contribution to cinema, but at the time she was headlining her movies, there were a number of actres...

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