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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...

Shit-Eating Grim: Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom on Blu-ray
23 Sep 2019
You can't mention Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom without also mentioning that its writer and director Pier Paolo Pasolini was murdered just as it was ready for release. The conspiracy theories...

Stallone's 80s Action Alpha and Omega: Nighthawks and Lock Up
18 Sep 2019
In the nineteen-eighties, there were a number of stars vying for position as king of the action movie, from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Chuck Norris to Jackie Chan and Charles Bronson, but it would be d...

Python Prehistory: At Last the 1948 Show and Do Not Adjust Your Set on DVD
15 Sep 2019
Cambridge Footlights has a lot to answer for, in terms of British comedy, though not necessarily in a bad way. If that student revue had not existed, many top talents would never had been allowed to ...

You Could Grow to Love This Place: Local Hero on Blu-ray
13 Sep 2019
In 1983, Scottish director Bill Forsyth was riding high on the international success of his hit comedy Gregory's Girl and released his next opus, his conscious tribute to Michael Powell and Eme...

Anglo-American: Joseph Losey Blu-ray Double Bill - The Criminal and The Go-Between
9 Sep 2019
Joseph Losey (1909-84) could have been one of America's brightest lights in cinema, but circumstances dictated otherwise, and after a promising start helming cult efforts like anti-war tract The Bo...

Marvel's Least Loved and Most Loved: Fantastic 4 vs Avengers: Endgame
5 Sep 2019
With Avengers: Endgame completing one phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and subsequently becoming the most successful film of all time (not adjusted for inflation), it seemed the erstwhile...

Battle of the Skeksis: The Dark Crystal Now and Then
1 Sep 2019
The Dark Crystal may not be the most famous, even celebrated, of fantasy films, but artist Brian Froud's intricate designs have ensured it collected a dedicated following of fans of all ages wh...

American Madness: Sam Fuller's Shock Corridor and The Naked Kiss on Blu-ray
29 Aug 2019
The word "maverick" is tossed around so much in the film industry that maybe the workmanlike and reliable is too easily sniffed at, yet when faced with the projects of Sam Fuller, it is hard to resist...

Flight of the Navigator and the 80s Futurekids
22 Aug 2019
In 1982 there arrived a film from Steven Spielberg that would quickly become the most successful of all time, replacing Star Wars at the top of the tree, though not for too long as it turned ou...

Trains and Training: The British Transport Films Collection Volume 13 on DVD
15 Aug 2019
2019 represented the seventieth anniversary of British Transport Films, and though the unit had been more or less disbanded in the eighties, it left behind a legacy of short pieces that illustrated an...

Holiday from Hell: In Bruges on Blu-ray
14 Aug 2019
Bruges in Belgium is a medieval town previously best known for its centuries-old architecture and religious artefacts, but since 2008 that fame turned to something more cinematic. This was thanks to ...

The Comedy Stylings of Kurt Russell: Used Cars and Captain Ron
8 Aug 2019
Kurt Russell has enjoyed a career that not every actor can boast, he has been a star since he was a child and remains a star into his autumn years, in a variety of roles, often action oriented. But w...

Robot Rocked: The Avengers Cybernauts Trilogy on Blu-ray
7 Aug 2019
The Cybernauts was the first episode of British adventure series The Avengers broadcast on American television, and it was an immediate success, but back across the Pond, it had been one...

Hammer's Bloodthirsty Bad Girls 1970: Lust for a Vampire and Countess Dracula
6 Aug 2019
1970 was an odd year for British cinema in that censorship was relaxed, allowing far more freedom than ever before, but you had the impression that with all these possibilities filmmakers were not ent...

Hammer to Fall: Kiss Me Deadly on Blu-ray
1 Aug 2019
Probably the only writer in history to have been fired out of a cannon, Mickey Spillane was most associated with his creation Mike Hammer, who first appeared in paperback form for 1946's I, The Jur...

Home of the Grave: The House That Dripped Blood and Asylum on Blu-ray
25 Jul 2019
For a while in the nineteen-sixties and seventies, Amicus presented itself as a very credible rival to the big daddy of British horror moviemakers, Hammer, and though by the end of that latter decade ...

Wondrous Women: Supergirl vs Captain Marvel
23 Jul 2019
With Marvel's Avengers: Endgame crowned as the all-time box office champion (for now), toppling James Cameron's Avatar from that spot, it is clear the global audience cannot get enough o...

Things Have Changed: Films You'd Be Insane to Make Now
21 Jul 2019
It has become a cliché to say that taking offence is one of the main uses of the internet in the twenty-first century, that it is the engine that fuels social media and popular news outlets, but then ...

The Hole in the Ground: Director Lee Cronin Interview
9 Jul 2019
Lee Cronin is a promising Irish director who has released his first feature, The Hole in the Ground, to acclaim around the world. It tells the story of a young, single mother (Seána Ker...

She's Missing: Director Alexandra McGuinness Interview
8 Jul 2019
Alexandra McGuinness is an Irish director whose film She's Missing made waves at the 2019 Edinburgh Film Festival. She went from film buff to actress to helming her own films, and Sh...

Woo's the Boss: Last Hurrah for Chivalry & Hand of Death on Blu-ray
19 Jun 2019
Wu-Yu Shen was born in 1946 in Canton, but the wider world would know him by the name John Woo, who by the nineteen-eighties was fast becoming one of the most celebrated action directors in the world ...

Get Ahead in Showbiz: Expresso Bongo and It's All Happening
18 Jun 2019
Tommy Steele and Cliff Richard emerged from the mid-to-late nineteen-fifties and took the music scene by storm. But mainly in the United Kingdom, where they cashed in on the rock 'n' roll boom from A...

Outer Space and Outta Sight: Gonks Go Beat on Blu-ray
22 May 2019
It's funny how some films take longer to find an audience than others, some are immediate blockbusters, but others need more time to settle, and if there was ever a film that spent ages before it was ...

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