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Bond B.C. to A.D.: Before Craig – Assessing Dalton
20 Nov 2012
When Timothy Dalton voiced his opinion that Daniel Craig may now be the best James Bond rather than the previously, dearly held belief it was Sean Connery who had been the finest 007, he was saying so...

Manor On Movies: Sick Flicks To Ditch That Itch
18 Nov 2012
Bloodsucking Freaks/Ilsa, She-Wolf Of The SS Say, in a fit of lunacy, you get engaged. Or the booty call actually believed all that “Ooh, I love you, baby” crap and, instead of politely goi...

Julie Delpy talks 2 Days in New York
21 Sep 2012
Did you always plan on making the 2 Days in New York story after 2 Days in Paris? About one year after the film came out, I decided I wanted to explore more in Marion's life. I thought there w...

Manor On Movies--The Doll Squad
9 Jul 2012
The Doll Squad (1973) If you want to be jealous of someone (besides SWManor), an excellent candidate would be Ted V. Mikels. Contrary to his initials, TV is into producing and directin...

Simon Pegg: The Great Profile
8 Jun 2012
With the release of Simon Pegg’s new film A Fantastic Fear of Everything, out in cinemas today, we've received the following PR people's celebration of the global recognition of his acting with...

The San Francisco International Film Festival 2012
3 May 2012
The San Francisco International Film Festival 2012 like the City itself contains a number of spectacular hills and deep valleys. Here are some high and lows from the festival: Compliance – C...

Marco Berger: Absent Interview
28 Mar 2012
Hi Marco, can you give us the plot for “Absent”? Absent is a film about a boy that devises a plan to sleep at his teacher’s flat and then abuse his kindness. Tell us About Martin’s chara...

Manor On Movies--Latitude Zero
28 Feb 2012
Latitude Zero (1969) The year 1969 evokes many memories: the love-drenched air of Woodstock and the hate-filled atmosphere of Altamont; Broadway Joe Namath sticking it to that square Joh...

Art Imitating Art - The Joy of a Good Spoof
17 Feb 2012
I’m a big music lover. There’s very few genres that I can’t really abide – Country and Western, soulless ‘Soul’, and what passes amongst the youth of today as r ‘n b spring to mind. I’m also a huge...

Hanks Very Much: Tom's Two Top Tens
14 Feb 2012
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close starring Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock, is in cinemas everywhere from 17th February. The film tells the story from inside the young mind of Oskar Schell, an in...

Manor On Movies--The Yesterday Machine
14 Feb 2012
The Yesterday Machine (1963) There are certain films that get a little extra lovin’ at the Stately Estate--Samurai Cop, Sincerely Yours and Time Walker immediately come to mind--because I...

A Top Twenty of Spy Movies
30 Jan 2012
To celebrate the release of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy on DVD and Steelbook Blu Ray this week, we were sent a countdown of the top 10 spy films over the years by those nice PR people. They told us ...

Grindhouse Trailers
8 Dec 2011
What is the purpose of a trailer? To make the viewer want to see the film it advertises, of course, and in the nineteen-seventies as censorship rules were relaxed there appeared a new breed of traile...

Manor On Movies--The World's Greatest Sinner
15 Sep 2011
B- and certain mainstream-movie enthusiasts may recognize The World’s Greatest Sinner star/writer/producer/director Timothy Carey, his tall sinister features making him very effective as a nasty piece...

Reviews Of It Might Get Loud And Confessions Of A Superhero
12 Sep 2011
Documentaries that focus on individuals generally should focus on people of accomplishment or those with unique talents….unless the people focused on are being focused on for some higher purpose. In w...

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