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Help! with The Knack: Richard Lester in 1965
8 Jun 2018
Richard Lester, so legend has it, owed his career to The Beatles, as they were fans of comedy troupe The Goons, had seen his work with The Running, Jumping & Standing Still Film, so recruited h...

Roll Up, Get Yer Free Cinema: The Shorts on the BFI Woodfall Blu-rays
7 Jun 2018
When the British Film Institute released the first eight feature films from the groundbreaking British studio Woodfall in a Blu-ray and DVD box set in June 2018, that was not all contained on them, as...

Time for Heroes: The Dam Busters and How I Won the War
3 Jun 2018
The motion picture has always been useful for propaganda purposes, and in the United Kingdom especially they were handy tools for keeping morale up and spreading information that would be counter to t...

Hell is a City: Midnight Cowboy and Taxi Driver
27 May 2018
New York was in a bad way in the nineteen-seventies, as it went bankrupt, crime rates were sky high, and its glamorous title of the Capital City of the World was being changed to something altogether ...

Boris Goes Bonkers, Bela Goes Bats: The Old Dark House and Mark of the Vampire
18 May 2018
The Old Dark House was nearly lost forever. One of the horror movies crafted by Universal Studios, it was rarely seen after its initial release, despite a starry cast and part of the cycle tha...

Charles Bronson's Mid-70s: Breakheart Pass and Others
9 May 2018
Charles Bronson had become the world's biggest movie star in the early nineteen-seventies, everywhere that was except his native United States who had yet to take to him in quite the same way. In Jap...

Kids in America: The Breakfast Club vs Metropolitan
3 May 2018
In 2018, former teen star Molly Ringwald wrote an article about watching possibly her most famous film The Breakfast Club with her young daughter and how uncomfortable a lot of its content made...

80s Dance-Off: Staying Alive vs Murder-Rock vs Breakin'
30 Apr 2018
The nineteen-eighties - what a time for dancing! Sure, the seventies had its disco, but that was played out by the time the 20th century milometer went from 1979 to 1980, and nobody wanted to know ab...

The Cinematic Darkside of Donald Crowhurst
22 Apr 2018
With the 1969 incident involving British hobbyist sailor Donald Crowhurst and the tragic consequences of his cheating to win the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race sailing event currently in the spotlight...

Dutch Courage: The Flodder Series
22 Apr 2018
What is always interesting about world cinema is the populist films of different cultures. People will praise the French New Wave and idolise Jean Paul Belmondo for Breathless, but overlook the...

Coming of Age: Boys on Film 18 - Heroes on DVD
22 Apr 2018
Peccadillo have released the eighteenth volume of their long-running Boys on Film DVD series, collecting a selection of short films on a homosexual theme from around the world, all of them taki...

Country and Irish - The secret history of Irish pop culture
20 Apr 2018
Irish popular culture is a strange beast. For such a small country that has produced such international cultural behemoths as U2, Father Ted, the Commitments and er... Mrs. Brown's Boys<...

Wash All This Scum Off the Streets: Vigilante Movies
15 Apr 2018
There were vigilante movies before the nineteen-seventies, but this genre of action thrillers came of age in that decade, with the highest profile example the Michael Winner-directed Charles Bronson h...

Force the Issue: Star Wars' Tricky Middle Prequels and Sequels
12 Apr 2018
When Star Wars ended in 1977 with the destruction of the Death Star and villain Darth Vader spinning away into deep space, the audience cheered, went home and that was about it, nobody expected...

Rediscovered: The Avengers - Tunnel of Fear on DVD
7 Apr 2018
Along with Doctor Who, which was on the other side, The Avengers is one of the most iconic television series to emerge from Britain in the nineteen-sixties, and in effect lasted for the ...

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