Here’s my review of the new and long-awaited DVD release of House of the Long Shadows, over (once again) at Cinema Retro.
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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!
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 […]
Last weekend I made another appearance on the B Movie Cast, discussing the Hammer classic Twins of Evil. Click here or on the picture, or find it on iTunes.
This fabulous Hitchcock movie makes its blu ray debut from the Masters of Cinema. It’s an excellent release, as you can discover by clicking on the image above for my review.
Dark Star has finally been restored and released on blu ray with a brand new documentary. Is it worth all the fuss? Check out my review here.
I was invited to be a guest on The B Movie Cast, a popular weekly film podcast hosted from South Carolina by Vince Rotolo. We talked about Norman J. Warren’s first movie, Her Private Hell. I’ve made a couple of appearances on the show in the last twelve months, and it’s always fun. Click on […]