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Bash Street Kid: Cosh Boy on Blu-ray
15 Jan 2020
Although the X Certificate for British cinema releases was instigated in 1951, it took two years for an actual British film to be awarded it, and the picture was none other than Cosh Boy, an ad...

Seeing is Believing: Being There on Blu-ray
5 Jan 2020
Being There was not the final film of Peter Sellers, but for his fans, it was the last one of note, for after making it he starred in the spoof The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu, a prod...

Top Thirty Best (and Ten Worst) Films of the 2010s by Andrew Pragasam
31 Dec 2019
My Thirty Best Films of the 2010s It has been a decade of tumultuous change in cinema. In terms of how audiences actually watch movies (with the rise of streaming services). What kinds o...

Top of the Tens: The Best Films of the Decade by Graeme Clark
29 Dec 2019
There were loads of terrific films in the 2010s, from the multiplex to the arthouse, but here's my Top 30, followed by the runners-up by year. You can't go wrong with these, either for sheer entertai...

Terrorvision: A Ghost Story for Christmas in the 1970s
18 Dec 2019
Christmas, it's a time for goodwill to all men (and women), a season of giving, of celebrating the good things in life as the nights have drawn in, and of course, of getting well and truly spooked. W...

Memories Are Made of This: La Jetee and Sans Soleil on Blu-ray
9 Dec 2019
Director Alain Resnais wondered if his fellow Frenchman Chris Marker was in fact an extra-terrestrial come down to observe we Earthlings, and even if he had only made La Jetée we would have rea...

Step Back in Time: The Amazing Mr. Blunden on Blu-ray
3 Dec 2019
It was a heck of a mountain to climb for Lionel Jeffries to direct a follow-up to The Railway Children, one of the most successful British children's films of all time, probably because it was ...

Crazy Cats and Kittens: What's New Pussycat on Blu-ray
29 Nov 2019
For a picture that was designed to portray the ultimate hetero male sexual fantasy of attractive women throwing themselves at you at every turn, there was something curious about What's New Pussyca...

No Place Like Home Guard: Dad's Army - The Lost Episodes on Blu-ray
25 Nov 2019
For British viewers, sitcom Dad's Army needs no introduction, it has just always been on, or it seems like it. Starting in 1968 and running eighty episodes long until 1977, the series establis...

A Real-Life Pixie: A Tribute to Michael J. Pollard in Four Roles
23 Nov 2019
Michael J. Pollard (1939-2019) was a character actor who could only have been a star in the nineteen-sixties, and that stardom translated into the equally sympathetic seventies. The diminutive perfor...

We're All In This Together: The Halfway House on Blu-ray
22 Nov 2019
In 1941 in the Rhondda Valley, Wales, on the night of April 29th, something unimaginable happened. Even though there was a World War on, rural areas were left alone by the Blitzkrieg of Nazi bombing ...

Please Yourselves: Frankie Howerd and The House in Nightmare Park on Blu-ray
20 Nov 2019
Comedian Frankie Howerd (1917-92) had a career that, it's safe to say, had its ups and downs, there are times he was genuinely in the doldrums and others when he was on top of the world as his brand o...

Cleesed Off: Clockwise on Blu-ray
17 Nov 2019
By the mid-nineteen-seventies, John Cleese had made his name with the Monty Python team and their series of sketch shows, but would decline to join them in their fourth and final set of programmes, si...

Sorry I Missed You: Les Demoiselles de Rochefort on Blu-ray
4 Nov 2019
The first thing you will notice about Les Demoiselles de Rochefort is not the music, but the colour. Despite a leaning towards pastel shades in places, director Jacques Demy filmed his locatio...

Silliest of the Silly: Monty Python's Flying Circus Series 1 on Blu-ray
3 Nov 2019
Monty Python's Flying Circus was a low budget comedy show that aired on BBC television in a late night slot, starting in the autumn of 1969, but it did not stay there as it quickly gained a fan...

Protest Songs: Hair on Blu-ray
24 Oct 2019
In 1967, the hippy musical Hair was the hottest ticket on Broadway, as it would go on to be across the globe, staged by various companies and a magnet for the younger generation who found its m...

Peak 80s Schwarzenegger: The Running Man and Red Heat
20 Oct 2019
As the mid-eighties moved into the late eighties, there were some things you could rely on, maybe not your investments, assuming you had any, but Austrian film star Arnold Schwarzenegger was a sure th...

Rock On: That'll Be the Day and Stardust on Blu-ray
16 Oct 2019
David Essex became a star because of his lead role in That'll Be the Day, having been plucked by producer David Puttnam from the stage show Godspell to embody the restless rock star to b...

Growing Up in Public: 7-63 Up on Blu-ray
11 Oct 2019
In 1964, the only way you were going to be given the scrutiny of the television camera for your whole life was to be a celebrity or a notorious criminal, and even then, there was no guarantee. But th...

Learn Your Craft: Legend of the Witches and Secret Rites on Blu-ray
9 Oct 2019
"Come, come, come to the sabbat, come to the sabbat - Satan's there!" so chanted prog rock band Black Widow on their 1970 single, which by no coincidence was the same year that director Malcolm Leigh'...

70s Psycho-Thrillers! And Soon the Darkness and Fright on Blu-ray
8 Oct 2019
In the early nineteen-seventies, the influence of psychological horrors and thrillers, basically the sort of suspense piece where the menace is driven by madness or uncontrolled impulses, began to gro...

Split: Stephen King and George A. Romero's The Dark Half on Blu-ray
6 Oct 2019
Considering George A. Romero changed cinema forever, and despite having at least a couple of big favourites in his filmography, he really deserved a better career, for his life was littered with proje...

Disney Post-Walt: Three Gamechangers
3 Oct 2019
Walt Disney passed away in 1965 aged sixty-five, having built an entertainment empire from his lowly beginnings as an animator in the silent era right up to a reliable hitmaker with a list of successe...

But Doctor, I Am Pagliacci: Tony Hancock's The Rebel and The Punch and Judy Man on Blu-ray
27 Sep 2019
The life and career of Tony Hancock will always have to take into account the way it ended, committing suicide at age forty-four as his status was slipping away just when he wanted to translate his Br...

Once Upon a Time in Deadwood: Interview with Director Rene Perez
24 Sep 2019
Rene Perez is a jack-of-all-trades filmmaker on the lower budget end of the market who is gaining interest worldwide thanks to his imaginative and impressive way with the traditional B-movie in...

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