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Sword Play: An Actor's Revenge vs Your Average Zatoichi Movie
22 Mar 2018
Kazuo Hasegawa and Shintaro Katsu were huge stars in Japanese cinema, but of different generations, and one of them was more identified with a single character than the other. By the time Hasegawa ha...

Super Sleuths: The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes on DVD
22 Mar 2018
Sherlock Holmes, the creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, dominated the Victorian and Edwardian landscape of crime fiction so completely that anyone thinking of a detective from that era will immediate...

Stop That, It's Silly: The Ends of Monty Python
4 Mar 2018
You don't need me to tell you Monty Python's Flying Circus was one of the most influential comedy shows on television, and later, the movies. Starting in 1969, it took the cue from the Goons a...

They're All Messed Up: Night of the Living Dead vs Land of the Dead
18 Feb 2018
It's no exaggeration to say that Night of the Living Dead changed not only horror cinema, but independent movies and the course of film in general. When George A. Romero decided he wanted to a...

The House, Black Magic and an Oily Maniac: 3 from 70s Weird Asia
11 Feb 2018
By Western standards, Asian cinema can look a little strange with its different emphases and plots that would not past muster with Hollywood or Europe but were given the full-blooded treatment anyway....

80s Meet Cute: Something Wild vs Into the Night
3 Feb 2018
The premise for a romantic comedy really needs a good, solid excuse for the couple in question to meet - meet cute, as they used to call it in the Golden Age of Hollywood, so unless you're starting of...

Interview with The Unseen Director Gary Sinyor
29 Jan 2018
Gary Sinyor is a producer, writer and director who specialises in British comedies, with titles like Leon the Pig Farmer and Stiff Upper Lips to his credit. But with his latest work ...

Wrong Forgotten: Is Troll 2 Still a Thing?
27 Jan 2018
Time was when Troll 2 was held up as the worst movie of all time by a bunch of fans of terrible films who found its lunacies perversely entertaining, but it seems just as every dog has its day,...

Apocalypse 80s UK: Threads and When the Wind Blows
21 Jan 2018
One of the finest routines comedian Jasper Carrott ever delivered on his popular television show was where he picked through the British Government's advice for surviving a nuclear attack, illustratin...

Movie Flop to Triumphant TV Revival: Twin Peaks and The League of Gentlemen
14 Jan 2018
It's no exaggeration to say when Twin Peaks arrived on the world's television screens in 1990 it sparked a revolution in television drama, and oddly, comedy as well. The brainchild of David Ly...

Driving Force: The Golden Age of American Car Chases
24 Dec 2017
There were car chases in the movies practically from the advent of narrative cinema, but with the arrival of Bullitt and its pursuit through the streets of San Francisco such scenes became a me...

Madness in his Method: Jim Carrey and Andy Kaufman
23 Dec 2017
Andy Kaufman (1949-84) is often described as one of a kind, thanks to his dedication to character comedy that blurred the lines between performance and real life in such a way that people are still tr...

Music, Love and Flowers: Monterey Pop on Blu-ray
9 Dec 2017
Before Woodstock came along, in both concert and cinematic form, the big movie for the so-called peace and love generation was Monterey Pop, though it was overshadowed as the definitive ...

The Melville Mood: His Final Two Films on The Melville Collection Blu-ray
7 Dec 2017
Jean-Pierre Melville was often described as not as lauded as he should have been during his lifetime, and was well-known for getting his due some years after he had passed away, prematurely, at age fi...

Always Agnès: 3 from The Varda Collection Blu-ray
3 Dec 2017
For some observers, writer, director and documentarian Agnès Varda began the French New Wave movement in cinema that spread from the late nineteen-fifties and into the sixties, as her debut feature

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