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Hong Kong Dreamin': World of Wong Kar Wai on Blu-ray
28 May 2021
The films of Wong Kar Wai (1956- ) began to pick up international momentum in the nineteen-nineties, having first arrived on the scene in the late eighties with As Tears Go By (1988) with one o...

Buckle Your Swash: The Devil-Ship Pirates on Blu-ray
26 May 2021
You say Hammer in the entertainment industry and if you don't think of early nineteen-nineties rap star MC Hammer, your mind will doubtless have wandered to Hammer Films, specifically their horror mov...

Way of the Exploding Fist: One Armed Boxer on Blu-ray
21 May 2021
One armed characters in pop culture. There was the one who murdered Dr Richard Kimble's wife in The Fugitive (TV and movie), there was the mysterious chap in Twin Peaks (again, TV and m...

A Lot of Growing Up to Do: Fast Times at Ridgemont High on Blu-ray
16 May 2021
It seems every generation has its teen movie that defines the era for those who were there, and provides insight for those who were not as to what it had been like to live through it. But 1973's A...

Oh My Godard: Masculin Feminin on Blu-ray
14 May 2021
Jean-Luc Godard is a difficult man to recommend these days, given the films made in his twilight years have been so idiosyncratic that their purposefully offensive themes (such as promoting terrorism)...

Let Us Play: Play for Today Volume 2 on Blu-ray
11 May 2021
The BBC's Play for Today strand was a series of long-running, often socially relevant television programmes that took on themes that were fixating the British public from around 1970 when it be...

Before The Matrix, There was Johnny Mnemonic: on Digital
6 May 2021
When history catches up with science fiction, the films are often derided for not having the foresight to predict exactly how the future would pan out, but even back in 1995 when Johnny Mnemonic

More Than Mad Science: Karloff at Columbia on Blu-ray
27 Apr 2021
Boris Karloff had been an actor for some years before the nineteen-thirties happened along, but it was his big break offered him by director James Whale at Universal that boosted his career and made h...

Indian Summer: The Darjeeling Limited on Blu-ray
23 Apr 2021
If there is one Wes Anderson film that is rather lost amongst the other, bigger hits, even including Bottle Rocket which is at least sought out due to curiosity what with it being his first, it...

3 from 1950s Hollyweird: Dr. T, Mankind and Plan 9
16 Apr 2021
The nineteen-fifties in America are often characterised by their conservatism, marked by the preoccupation with the nuclear family, and indeed the nuclear defence, against the threat of the Communists...

Meiko Kaji's Girl Gangs: Stray Cat Rock on Arrow
4 Apr 2021
Japanese star Meiko Kaji is often associated with two franchises from the early nineteen-seventies, the Female Prisoner Scorpion quartet from Toei she led, and the immediately earlier Stray ...

Having a Wild Weekend: Catch Us If You Can on Blu-ray
2 Apr 2021
It's curious how a cash-in can take off and become its own thing, and so it was the case with the cash-in movie for hit pop group The Dave Clark Five, titled Catch Us If You Can after one of th...

The Drifters: Star Lucie Bourdeu Interview
30 Mar 2021
Lucie Bourdeu is the star of The Drifters, a romance patterned after the French New Wave of the nineteen-sixties but updated to post-Brexit Britain. She appears alongside Jonathan Ajayi...

Meiko Kaji Behind Bars: Female Prisoner Scorpion on Arrow
23 Mar 2021
Meiko Kaji is a Japanese star notable for becoming a worldwide celebrity, in some quarters at least, for staying at home and never succumbing to the allure of Hollywood. Although her heyday was proba...

The Horror of the Soviets: Viy on Blu-ray
14 Mar 2021
If you wanted to make a film in the fantastical genres in the Soviet Union, you were best advised to be sensible and make it as a science fiction story. The Russian film industry in those years - and...

Network Double Bills: Tarka the Otter and The Belstone Fox
11 Mar 2021
Network on Air's streaming service is continuing the idea of using the brand's extensive film library known as The British Film for a series of double bills, inspired by the way to watch movies that o...

Network Double Bills: All Night Long and Ballad in Blue
6 Mar 2021
Network on Air's streaming service is continuing the idea of using the brand's extensive film library known as The British Film for a series of double bills, inspired by the way to watch movies that o...

Chew Him Up and Spit Him Out: Romeo is Bleeding on Blu-ray
3 Mar 2021
If you thought film noir had made a comeback in the nineteen-eighties, then it had nothing on the nineteen-nineties, except quite a bit of what was termed neo-noir was additionally termed the erotic t...

British Body Snatchers: They Came from Beyond Space on Blu-ray
1 Mar 2021
When it comes to Amicus, the British studio of the nineteen-sixties and seventies run by Max J. Rosenberg and Milton Subotsky, the horror genre is the one most associated with it thanks to a collectio...

Bzzzt: Pulse on Blu-ray
21 Feb 2021
The image of a television screen showing nothing but static was a potent one in the nineteen-eighties, and nowhere more than in Steven Spielberg and Tobe Hooper’s 1982 hit Poltergeist, which to...

The Tombs Will Be Their Cities: Demons and Demons 2 on Arrow
18 Feb 2021
Arrow launched a new Video on Demand service in 2021 which features all the cult movies a film buff could want, and among those are the two Demons movies, those disreputable horrors straight ou...

Somebody Killed Her Husband: Charade on Blu-ray
14 Feb 2021
Did audiences in 1963 really think Charade should have been an Alfred Hitchcock movie? Stanley Donen's name was right there in the Maurice Binder-designed opening credits, and he was no slouch...

Network Double Bills: Maroc 7 and Invasion
8 Feb 2021
Network on Air's streaming service is continuing the idea of using the brand's extensive film library known as The British Film for a series of double bills, inspired by the way to watch movies that o...

Network Double Bills: The Best of Benny Hill and The Likely Lads
4 Feb 2021
Network on Air's streaming service is continuing the idea of using the brand's extensive film library for a series of double bills, inspired by the way to watch movies that only started to be widely p...

Network Double Bills: Some Girls Do and Deadlier Than the Male
1 Feb 2021
Network on Air's streaming service is continuing the idea of using the brand's extensive film library for a series of double bills, inspired by the way to watch movies that only started to be widely p...

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