Another fun, obscure film has been put out by Odeon Entertainment. Click the picture for my review over at Cinema Retro.
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Best action film of the year? Absolutely. Click the blu ray to read my review over at Cinema Retro.
My review of this new blu ray release of the original Conan the Barbarian is now online at Cinema Retro. The short review is: it’s not bad! For the long review, click here or in the picture.
I’ve got a bit behind on blogging my #FridayHorror efforts. I’ve watched some great movies along the way. I even managed to persuade my good lady wife to watch a Hammer film, Blood From the Mummy’s Tomb (1971). I’m not going to attempt to try and catch up, so I’ll just dive straight in with […]
Having now watched this twice, I can say I am eagerly awaiting the Director’s “Gopher” Cut.
Much to my mum’s disappointment, this is not a review of The Asylum’s Sherlock Holmes, which has recently appeared on shelves next to this more well known effort. Parts of that were shot outside her house, proving that The Asylum do occasionally break away from the LA trappings of their other movies. This film however […]
I know I’m a little behind the rest of the world in watching Alias, but the benefit of that is that the boxsets are now pretty cheap. I finished Season 2 a while back and I’ve flown through this one, thanks to having a very long commute to work every day. In comparison, Season 3 […]
Is it me or has Robert Duvall put on weight since The Godfather?
I’m not a big war film fan, but I have to say I loved this one. It’s such a fun mix of wartime action cliches with olde worlde quaint English charm.
Jenny Agutter is in here, as is Michael Caine, Duval, Donald Pleasance, Donald […]
I’ve got a backlog of films I need to get onto the blog. It’s actually getting out of hand. As a result of this, and so I’m not playing catch up forever, I’m faced with two choices: wipe the slate clean and forget them all, or make the reviews shorter. I’m not very good at […]
In this film Bexhill has become a Hell on Earth. As someone who worked there for a couple of years, it’s not really a stretch of the imagination by any means.
I’ve been a fan of Alfonso Cuaron ever since I saw A Little Princess back in 1995. Although a Shirley Temple remake would not normally be […]