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Manor On Movies: Saucy Sexy Spicy Space Sirens
26 May 2016
I remember it like it was the day before yesterday. Having returned home after a long pensive walk on the beach (yes, they have beaches in Philadelphia--shut up), I called my parents into the kitchen...

Whicker Ask It: Whicker's World Vols 1&2 on DVD
8 May 2016
Alan Whicker was possibly the most famous television journalist of his time and given his heyday lasted around two decades it was his unmistakable style that made him so, with his impeccably dressed a...

Pawn Takes King: The Hunger Games and Death Entertainment
8 Apr 2016
The premise of staging actual deaths for sport or spectacle goes back to the times of Ancient Rome, and the fact that thousands of people, be they gladiators or Christians thrown to the lions, met the...

Short Sharp Shocks: Worst Fears on DVD
4 Apr 2016
David McGillivray had been a fixture of the British exploitation film ever since the early nineteen-seventies when come the twenty-first century he decided to try his hand at producing with a string o...

Spare Us the Cutter: Ian McCulloch's Video Nasties
25 Mar 2016
Considering Ian McCulloch made his name as far as horror fans went with a trio of Italian shockers, it’s appropriate that he should have made his debut in a chiller, way back in 1966 with the Roddy Mc...

Hooked on Classics: Ken Russell at the BBC
9 Mar 2016
Film director Ken Russell was well into his thirties by the time he was establishing himself as a talent to watch, he had been in the Army for a spell but his heart lay with the arts, and after trying...

Shakin' with Laughter or Stirred into Action: Silly Bond vs Serious Bond
28 Feb 2016
It's quite the dichotomy, but it’s probably the only major franchise that has lasted so long with this as its defining feature, even though you’re supposed to take it seriously. The James Bond series...

They Know What They Like: Art Bastards
25 Feb 2016
Cinema has always had a suspicion of the art world, even poor old Vincent Van Gogh in the guise of Kirk Douglas in Lust for Life struggled for recognition from the establishment who could not r...

Interview with American Epic director Bernard MacMahon at 2016 Sundance Film Festival
31 Jan 2016
Split into four films, American Epic highlights a slice of American music history seemingly lost until now. The first three films take place in the 1920s spanning the United States from New Yor...

Bum Notes: When Musicals Went Bad
28 Jan 2016
As with the Western, the demise of the movie musical was overstated for they continue to be made to this day, but there was an undoubted decline from somewhere in the nineteen-seventies as productions...

Ninja Binger: The Cannon Ninja Trilogy
31 Dec 2015
Cannon Films did not start the ninja craze in the action movies of the nineteen-eighties – some cite Chuck Norris in The Octagon as the real beginning – but you had to agree they certainly popu...

All About Steve: The Spielberg Imitators
24 Dec 2015
When Lance Henriksen had a small role in Steven Spielberg’s science fiction blockbuster Close Encounters of the Third Kind, he was in the grand finale where the aliens arrive to meet with human...

Page to Scream 2: The Keep and Adapting More Books of the Horror Boom
11 Dec 2015
By the nineteen-eighties, the popularity of horror fiction was well-represented in both books and film, and one tended to feed upon the other as producers and studios hungry for ideas would raid the p...

Manor On Movies--Project Moon Base
9 Dec 2015
Project Moon Base (1953) Project Moon Base has everything you could want in a science-fiction yarn. Well, okay, it doesn't have a chase scene, swordfights, a toe-tapping theme song, ...

Page to Scream: Ghost Story and Adapting the Books of the Horror Boom
27 Nov 2015
Time was when adapting a horror novel into a film meant digging back to the classics, or at least the fairly well-thought of, so the big movies of the early years of the genre tended to be crafted fro...

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