Here’s my review of the new and long-awaited DVD release of House of the Long Shadows, over (once again) at Cinema Retro.
One of my favourite coffee-table film books of recent years, you can read my review of this new Paul Naschy book over at Cinema Retro, or by clicking the picture above.
Another fun, obscure film has been put out by Odeon Entertainment. Click the picture for my review over at Cinema Retro.
Here’s my review for The Uninvited, one of those ghost stories that you’ve heard of for years but never seen. Until now! Click on the pic above for the article over at Cinema Retro.
Here’s my review of the odd and groovy Italian film Baba Yaga, starring Baby Doll herself, Carrol Baker. Click the picture to go over to Cinema Retro!
The new Dr No special edition of Cinema Retro is out, featuring my interview with Bettine Le Beau, who had a small role as Doctor Dent’s secretary. You can order it by clicking the pic!
Bettine Le Beau was a big star in the early 1960s, when she was a regular on TV and radio, as well as occasional movie appearances.
Here’s yet another horror movie book. Does it have anything new to offer? Click on the pic to read my review and find out!
Best action film of the year? Absolutely. Click the blu ray to read my review over at Cinema Retro.
I’ve always felt a personal connection to this story, as I was given a newspaper from the day before I was born when I was around ten years old. It was all about Dennis Neilson, and as I grew up in Wolverhampton, I was close to where it all happened. My dad went to the same college as the girl he kidnapped. The film is terrific and well worth checking out now that light has been shed on it by the BFI. You can read my Cinema Retro review by clicking the picture above.
Another British horror gem unearthed and dusted down by Odeon Entertainment. If you’ve ever fancied seeing Roger Daltrey get killed horribly, this is one for you. Click the pic for my Cinema Retro review!