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Around-The-World-with-Orson-Welles

Around The World with Orson Welles

Around The World… is a series of six short travelogues that Welles made back in 1955 for TV. Yes, Orson Welles – the consummate showman! Read more...


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La-Grande-Bouffe

La Grande Bouffe

It seems hard to believe in this day and age that Marco Ferreri's broad and often hilarious comedy could have caused such a furore upon it's initial release WAY back in '73. Read more...

Decline-of-Western-Civilization-1-3

Decline of Western Civilization 1-3

Punk, Metal, Hair metal, Gutter Punk and neo New Wave. This is the greatest urban documentary of all time... Read more...

Magician:-The-Astonishing-Life-And-Work-Of-Orson-Welles

Magician: The Astonishing Life And Work Of Orson Welles

It is only right and proper that in 2015, the centenary year of Orson Welles, we should get a full-length documentary that chronicles the man’s never less than intriguing career. Read more...


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Eyes-Without-A-Face

Eyes Without A Face

Les Yeux Sans Visage was the second feature film by French director George Franju, and ground-breaking due to its surreal imagery and stylish blend of horror and poetic melancholia. Read more...

The-Maggie

The Maggie

The Maggie is the pride of its captain but a laughing stock everywhere else...That is about to change! Read more...

Queen-and-Country

Queen and Country

After the Blitz and Hope and Glory comes Queen and Country and national service Read more...

The-Great-Dictator

The Great Dictator

Adenoid Hynkel is a bit of a dictator and might remind you of someone short, with a tache.... Read more...

Modern-Times

Modern Times

The Tramp literally gets stuck in modern machine of business and society Read more...

A-Blade-in-the-Dark

A Blade in the Dark

Heady Neo Giallo which has blood soaked scenes and twists galore Read more...

Pickup-On-South-Street

Pickup On South Street

This Sam Fuller vehicle from 1953 cleverly blends Film Noir with Cold War espionage, which is perhaps what you might expect from a man who only two years prior was accused of being pro-Communist. Read more...

City-Lights

City Lights

The Little Fellow gets a taste of the big city and its neon lights! Read more...

My-Darling-Clementine

My Darling Clementine

Beyond any shadow of a doubt, My Darling Clementine is one of the best westerns ever made! With captivating performances, an iconic soundtrack Read more...

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

Somewhat of a curiosity this, in many respects! Depicting the life of 17th century painter Rembrandt van Rijn, Charles Laughton makes this very much his own film. Read more...

The-Weak-and-The-Wicked

The Weak and The Wicked

This film is based on the book ‘Who Lie In Gaol’ by Joan Henry, and directed by her husband and is derived from Henry’s real-life experience behind bars. Read more...

Crazy-Six

Crazy Six

More blah than Bang and less WTF than buck. The story is the least of the problems that this film has going for it and really it would Read more...

Small-Hotel

Small Hotel

This film is, of course, based on a stage play – one that is to all extent virtually forgotten now. It is a comedy of manners and it works quite well all in all. Read more...

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The-Jessie-Matthews-Revue-Vol-3

The Jessie Matthews Revue Vol 3

Jessie Matthews was in some or many respects very much THE British pin-up girl to a legion of male admirers in the 1930’s. Read more...

The-Burning

The Burning

This Argentinian ‘Eco Western’ stars Gael Garcia Bernal as the mysterious Kai, a young man in tune with nature (and with a mighty jaguar) who comes to the aid of a small group of farmers under the threat from ruthless mercenaries. Read more...

Tromeo-and-Juliet

Tromeo and Juliet

Tromeo, Tromeo were for art thou....I am wanting to laugh at you Read more...

The-Gold-Rush

The Gold Rush

A cabin in the woods never looked funnier! Read more...

The-Kid

The Kid

The classic silent comedy is back and looks beautiful. When the Tramp stumbles upon a little baby that has been abandoned by two gangster Read more...

The-Salvation

The Salvation

Revenge is never clean and sometimes it can cost everything.... Jon Jensen has just had his wife raped, Son brutally beaten and killed the man who did this. Read more...

Mean-Guns

Mean Guns

A prison filled with crazed killers and a suitcase full of loot…. In a sick, sadistic game of death 100 criminals have been put in a prison and told 3 c Read more...

The-Bloodstained-Shadow

The Bloodstained Shadow

Returning to your childhood home can expose some very unexpected events. When Professor Stefano returns to his childhood home and tranquil village Read more...

Stalag-17

Stalag 17

Director Billy Wilder had an exceptionally long career in the movie industry and it would be true to say that he was a director/writer who appeared to have made an absolute gem of a picture in almost every genre. Read more...

Hawk-The-Slayer

Hawk The Slayer

Surely any film that has Jack Palance as the main villain simply has to have at least something going for it! Read more...

Payroll

Payroll

This pacey thriller from the early 1960’s makes the most of its Newcastle setting, involving a snatch job which is destined to go wrong. Read more...

The-Yellow-Balloon

The Yellow Balloon

The film centres around the exploits of a little boy who has the misfortune to fall foul of a slimy crook after witnessing a fatal accident. Read more...

Anthropophagous

Anthropophagous

A beautiful island becomes a place of murder and violence when a rampaging creature that can not be stopped sets foot onto it. Read more...



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