Miracle Mile : Review

October 13, 2017 0

When Miracle Mile was released in 1989 it passed most people by. After time and a VHS release it started to get a cult following and it is one of those films that stays with ……(Read More)

The Party : Review

October 9, 2017 0

Director Blake Edwards and actor Peter Sellers made a few comedy gems together most notably the Pink Panther series but here they produce a take on the silent comedies of years before with The Party, ……(Read More)

Ronin : Review

September 6, 2017 0

Arrow have released the classic thriller Ronin onto Blu ray in the UK and the USA from a brand new 4K restoration and have included some new special features. On a rain-swept night in Paris, ……(Read More)

Free Fire : Review

August 29, 2017 0

Director Ben Wheatley’s latest thriller Free Fire is set in the 1970’s and is an exciting explosive thriller all set in one location, a deserted warehouse in Boston where an arms deal is about to ……(Read More)

Silver Dream Racer : Review

August 22, 2017 0

Pop star David Essex was one of the few music stars in the 1970’s to transfer to acting in a moderately successful way with films like That’ll Be the Day and Stardust. In 1980 he ……(Read More)

The Red Turtle : Review

August 14, 2017 0

Animation has been at a very high point the past few years, mainly the CGI variety but also old-fashioned drawn animation, especially from studios like Japan’s Studio Ghibli. The Red Turtle is a co-production between ……(Read More)

Dreamscape Review

July 24, 2017 0

Dreamscape is a Sci Fi fantasy film released in 1984 and stars Dennis Quaid, Max Von Sydow and Kate Capshaw. Young psychic Alex Gardner is coerced into joining a dream research project in which those ……(Read More)

Sinbad Trilogy Review

July 18, 2017 0

Few men who worked in the film industry were as influential as Ray Harryhausen. Many directors and technicians openly say that it was the viewing of one of his many fantasy films that made them ……(Read More)

Seeding of a Ghost : Review

May 21, 2017 0

Shaw Brothers studio in Hong Kong was well-known around the world mainly for its Kung Fu and action films but in the early 1980’s when censorship laws were slackened the studio produced a number of ……(Read More)