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New World by Eric Cotenas (16th January 2018)

Just hours after the chairman of Goldmoon – a front for the Korean/Chinese Jaebum gang – Seok (Memories of the Sword's Kyeong-yeong Lee) is freed due to insufficient evidence on felony charges of corruption, his car drives into the path of a garbage truck and he is killed. With a vacancy at the top, the two rivals vying for the position of chairman are flamboyant heir apparent Jung Chung (The Wailing's Jung-min Hwang) from Shanghai and arrogant Korean managing director Joong-gu (For the Emperor's Sung-woong Park). Outraged with the court's leniency with Seok and their failure to prosecute, the police – represented by newly-promoted Section Chief Kang (I Saw the Devil's ...


The Colour of Pomegranates by Eric Cotenas (16th January 2018)

Harutyun Sayatyan was an Armenian troubadour, or ashugh, who composed songs in Armenian, Georgian, Azerbaijani, and Persian, and would come to be known as Sayat-Nova (Persian for "king of songs"). Born to Armenian carpet weavers in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, he performed in the royal court of King Heraclius II where he also performed diplomatic work including forging an alliance between Georgia, Armenia, and Shirvan (later Azerbaijan) cementing his historical and cultural reputation with the Transcaucasus even though he would fall out of favor with the king when he fell in love with his sister Princess Ana. He was ordained as a priest in the Armenian Apostolic Church in 1759 and would be executed in 1795 at Haghpat Monastery by the invading Persian forces when he refused to convert from Christianity to Islam. The film The Colour of Pomegranates roughly charts these events, but it does so in a series of tableaux inspired by medieval miniature paintings in which the camera remained locked down while character and objects went through motions like clockwork figures. The poet as a boy (Melkon Alekyan) being comforted from nightmares by his...


The Adventurers by Eric Cotenas (14th January 2018)

No sooner is Zhang Dan (Infernal Affairs' Andy Lau) released from a five year prison stint in Paris than he is dogged by French detective Pierre (Leon: The Professional's Jean Reno) who arrested him for stealing a necklace called The Eye of the Forest – which contains one of three jewels belonging to an ancient Chinese emperor which had been smuggled out of the country centuries before – which was never recovered. Although Zhang does not know of the jewel's whereabouts since it was stolen off of him before his arrest, Pierre's suspicions that Zhang has not retired prove accurate when he jets off to Cannes where socialite Tingting (Tianyi You) is auctioning off another of the jewels in the necklace Wings of Destiny. Pierre is unable to prevent Zhang – assisted by hacker Po Chen (My War's ...


The Cremator by Eric Cotenas (14th January 2018)

Viewed in some circles as a black comedy, The Cremator is surreal and at times absurd but is really quite chilling and horrific in the way the psychosis of the eponymous character – already quite unnerving from the start – blossoms in this historical setting of Czechoslovakia 1937. Cremator Karol Kopfrkingl (The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians' Rudolf Hrusínský) takes immense pride in his work. Not only has it allowed him to fill his home with beautiful paintings and music – particularly with the upswing in business with German soldiers at the border – he has also reconciled his duties with his religious beliefs, both Christian ("God did well when He said to man: 'Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.' Such a crematorium, dear friends is good and pleasing to God. It helps the Lord to speed man's transformation to dust") and his fascination with Buddhism in that effecting man's transformation into dust and releasing the soul "into the ether" hastens reincarnation into another form (his interest in reincarnation as seemingly providing another opportunity to die). Such is h...


When the Wind Blows by James-Masaki Ryan (11th January 2018)

"When the Wind Blows" (1986) James and Hilda Bloggs (played by John Mills and Peggy Ashcroft) are a retired married couple in their sixties living a simple life in a rural town in England. Things are seemingly normal as they live their quiet lives, but James had some sudden concerns due to the content he was reading in the newspapers at the library. The tensions between Russia and the United Kingdom is escalating and it prompts him to gather a few pamphlets on survival. Hilda is more concerned about what to cook for the evening rather that worry about nuclear annihilation. But with radio news reports saying an attack could be imminent, James gets cracking on readying for survival. He and Hilda were able to survive the air raids during World War II and they were fine with preparing for another onslaught, or are they? James starts removing doors from their hinges and stacking them side by side at an angle against a wall to create a small triangular crawlspace, filled with necessary food and goods. He paints the windows with white paint, he gets sand to make a box for toil...


Orca: The Killer Whale by James-Masaki Ryan (10th January 2018)

"Orca: The Killer Whale" (1977) Captain Nolan (played by Richard Harris) and his crew are hunting for marine animals off the coast of Newfoundland. They are on a hunt for a shark in order to sell to the local aquarium but during the operation they nearly have a tragic incident with Ken (played by Robert Carradine) falling in water and the shark coming directly to him. His life is saved by an orca that rams its body into the shark, killing it violently while saving the human from certain death. Seeing that capturing an orca could raise the bounty higher, Nolan leads the crew into capturing one, but things go seriously wrong. The male is grazed and the female mate is hit. The female gets injured extremely badly and eventually miscarries a baby orca. During the struggle the male continues to attack the boat, leading Nolan and the crew having to give up the capture and retreat. The surviving male orca is not finished yet. Seeking revenge, the male follows Nolan's ship to the mainland, taunts his ship, and eventually causes mass destruction not only to Nolan and his crew but...


Apartment (The) (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (9th January 2018)

The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960) C C ‘Bud’ Baxter (Jack Lemmon) lives an unrewarding life as a clerk for an insurance company. He rents an apartment in which he lives alone, and in order to curry favour with his superiors and get ahead on the career ladder, Bud has taken to ‘lending’ his apartment to his married colleagues so that they may liaise with their mistresses. The walls are paper-thin, and Bud’s neighbours believe Bud to be a Don Juan. Bud is interested in Fran Kubelik (Shirley MacLaine), one of the elevator girls who works in the high rise building. When Bud is called to the office of senior executive Jeff Sheldrake (Fred MacMurray), he agrees to let Sheldrake use his apartment in exchange for a promised promotion. However, Bud is unaware that Sheldrake intends to use the apartment to meet Fran. Sheldrake was involved in an affair with Fran but broke it off, leaving Fran devastated. Now Sheldrake wants to rekindle that affair and takes Fran to Bud’s apartment. Bud receives his promotion to administrative assistant. At the office Christmas party, Sheldrake’s secretary Miss Olsen (Edie Adams), one of Sheldrake’s previous mis...


A Chorus Line by James-Masaki Ryan (7th January 2018)

"A Chorus Line" (1985) Michael Douglas stars as a choregrapher who subjects 16 dancers to a grueling audition in this Academy Award nominated adaptation of the landmark Broadway musical. Featuring Marvin Hamlisch's Oscar nominated music and Jeffrey Hornaday's sizzling choreography, this thrilling portrayal of life behind the velvet curtain is truly "One Singular Sensation"! After narrowing down hundreds of Broadway hopefuls, Zach (Michael Douglas) leads a select group of dancers on the tryout of their lives. In an audition twist, Zach asks each performer personal and intimate questions - with results that powerfully affect not only the young performers but the hardened stage veteran as well. In 1975, the meta-musical "A Chorus Line" debuted on Broadway. Rather than converting the stage to a location, the stage was a stage. The setting was the theater. Audiences were not transported to another world or location. There were no set changes, basically no jumps in time, and not playing with the standards of the stage. The whole production was like watching a real time audition process from a director trying to pick the best of the best while dealing with a...


Dark Age by James-Masaki Ryan (6th January 2018)

"Dark Age" (1987) An extremely large saltwater crocodile is spotted in the Northern Territory town of Malparinga, and wildlife ranger Steve Harris (played by John Jarratt) is assigned to take care of the issue. Steve learns from Oondabund (played by Burnham Burnham the local elder that the creature is called "Numunwari" - a godlike creature to the people which must not be killed. As a conservationist and a humanist Steve respects the wishes of the aboriginal men but there are others that do not. As the large croc starts wreaking havoc by taking the lives of a few men and even a child in shallow waters, Steve's superiors and local poachers are set to try to kill the beast once and for all. Only on Steve's side is his girlfriend Cathy (played by Nikki Coghill), Oondabund, and Oondabund's son Adjaral (played by David Gulpilil), but with men with guns coming from one end and a giant killer beast waiting somewhere, it's only a matter of time until the body count raises higher....


Chaplin by James-Masaki Ryan (6th January 2018)

"Chaplin" (1992) Charlie Chaplin (played by Robert Downey, Jr.) has claimed his name to fame through his years on stage in London with his unmistakable physical comedy routines. But not all had been kind to him in life. He and his older brother Syd (played by Paul Rhys) were taken from their mother (played by Geradline Chaplin) and raised in government care. Their mother was eventually placed in a mental asylum. They never had a father figure in their lives. Things started to look brighter for Charlie in his teens when Syd helps get him a gig as a physical comedian, where after a few years of appearances with his expertly crafted "drunken old man" character. While on tour with other fellow comedians in America, he is offered $150 a week by silent comedy movie producer Mack Sennett (played by Dan Aykroyd) to perform in his production team. A few weeks in while going through the props department to create a new character, Charlie picks out a bowler's hat, a cane, baggy pants, ...


Suspiria by James-Masaki Ryan (4th January 2018)

"Suspiria" (1977) Suzy Bannion (played by Jessica Harper) is an American who moves to Munich, Germany to join a coveted ballet academy, but her arrival is filled with mystery. From the airport to the academy it is raining extremely hard. When she arrives at the academy, she sees a girl strangely fleeing from the place. She tries to let herself in but no one would greet her at the door. Eventually she would have to stay overnight at a local place instead. When she is finally able to enter the next day, she is greeted by the dance instructor Miss Tanner (played by Alida Valli") and is given a tour of the academy, plus an introduction to fellow dance students Sara (played by Stefania Casini and Olga (played by Barbara Magnolfi. While the place is perfect for students looking to perfect their graceful stances, something strange lurks within the walls of the building. Girls are mysteriously found dead on the day Suzy arrives. Maggots are found on the walls and ceilings sudden...


Pulp (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (3rd January 2018)

Pulp (Mike Hodges, 1972) Chester Thomas King, known as ‘Mickey’ King (Michael Caine), is a former undertaker who abandoned his career, wife and children in order to fulfil his dream of becoming a writer. The trouble is, Mickey doesn’t like writing very much. Nevertheless, he has made a sustainable, if not lucrative, career writing lurid crime novels under equally lurid pseudonyms. Mickey is asked by his publisher, Milo Marcovic (Leopoldo Trieste), to accept a commission: Mickey is requested by the intimidating, thug-like Dinuccio (Lionel Stander) to act as ghostwriter on an autobiography of a mystery celebrity for whom Dinuccio acts as a public relations agent. Mickey reluctantly agrees, and Dinuccio tells Mickey to take a coach journey south; Mickey will be contacted along the way. On the coach, Mickey converses with Jake Miller (Al Lettieri), who presents himself as a fan of Mickey’s work. Mickey believes Jake to be his contact with Dinuccio’s celebrity client. Mickey and Jake spen...


Jerry Lewis: The Man Behind the Clown by James-Masaki Ryan (2nd January 2018)

"Jerry Lewis: The Man Behind the Clown" (2016) Born on March 16th, 1926, Jerry Lewis found fame at quite an early age. Father Danny Lewis" was a vaudeville entertainer. Mother Rae Lewis was a musical director. Sometimes appearing on stage during his father's performances, his first feat of laughter came when he was five years old, when he tripped and fell coming onto the stage. From that moment on Jerry Lewis knew that making people laugh would be what he wanted to do in his life. His early routines started in his teens, though his big rise to stardom was teaming with one of the biggest entertainers of the day - Dean Martin. In 1946 the duo of Martin and Lewis was formed, and the two would lead in radio programs, early television, and sixteen feature films including "That's My Boy" (1951), "Sailor Beware" (1952), and the 3D filmed ...


Cannonball Run II by James-Masaki Ryan (2nd January 2018)

"Cannonball Run II" (1984) When a wealthy sheik (Jamie Farr) puts up $1 million in prize money for a cross-country car race, there is one person crazy enough to hit the road hard with wheels spinning fast. Legendary driver J.J McClure (Burt Reynolds) enters the competition along with his friend Victor (Dom DeLuise) and together they set off across the American landscape in a madcap action-adventure destined to test their wits and automobile skills. A fast-moving 80s comedy extravaganza from legendary director Hal Needham featuring an all-star cast including: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Telly Savalas, Shirley MacLaine, Jackie Chan, ...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: The Marquise of O by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

BAFTA Film Award (Best Costume Design): Moidele Bickel (won) - BAFTA Awards 1977 Grand Prize of the Jury: Éric Rohmer (won) - Cannes Film Festival 1976 Palme d'Or: Éric Rohmer (nominated) - Cannes Film Festival 1976 Film Award in Gold (Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role): Edith Clever (won), Film Award in Gold (Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role): Bruno Ganz (won), Film Award in Gold (Best Production Design): Bernhard Frey, Hervé Grandsart, Helo Gutschwager, Rolf Keden and Roger von Moellendorff(won), and Film Award in Gold (Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role): ...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: Full Moon in Paris by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

César (Best Film): Éric Rohmer (nominated), César (Best Actress): Pascale Ogier (nominated), César (Best Actress, posthumously): Pascale Ogier (nominated), César (Best Supporting Actor): Fabrice Luchini (nominated), César (Best Director): Éric Rohmer (nominated), César (Best Original Screenplay): Éric Rohmer (nominated) - César Awards, France 1985 Critics Award (Best Film): Éric Rohmer (won) - French Syndicate of Cinema Critics 1985 (Best Actress): Pascale Ogier (won) and (Golden Lion) Éric Rohmer (nominated) - Venice Film Festival 1984 "He who has two women loses his soul, he who has two houses loses his mind" says the proverb that inspired the fourth of filmmaker ...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: The Aviator's Wife by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

Student François (Philippe Marlaud) has been seeing slightly older office worker Anne (The Green Ray's Marie Rivière), but her day schedule and his night schedule combined with his studies are not the only things keeping them from going further with their relationship than a few dates. Anne prefers "being available" to short term relationships rather than the "all or nothing" stance voiced by her friend (Celine's María Luisa García), and presumably François. To stay in Anne's good graces, François arranges through one of his co-workers (The Washing Machine's Philippe Caroit) to secure a cheap plumber to fix her bathroom sink. Dropping by early in the morning to leave a note about the appointment on Anne's door, he witnesses he...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: Pauline at the Beach by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

FIPRESCI Prize (Competition): Éric Rohmer (won), OCIC Award - Honorable Mention (Forum of New Cinema): Éric Rohmer (won), Silver Berlin Bear (Best Director): Éric Rohmer (won), and Golden Berlin Bear: Éric Rohmer (nominated) - Berlin International Film Festival, 1983 BSFC Award (Best Screenplay): Éric Rohmer (won) - Boston Society of Film Critics Awards, 1984 Critics Award (Best Film): Éric Rohmer (won) - French Syndicate of Cinema Critics, 1984 Joining her divorced aunt Marion (It's Gradiva Who Is Calling You's Arielle Dombasle) in the Normandy commune of Granville for the last two weeks of the holidays, sixteen-year-old Pauline (A Summer's Tale's Amanda Langlet) is looking forward to a bit more freedom after some time with her parents in Spain. On the beach, they run into Marion's old flame Pierre (...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: The Green Ray by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

FIPRESCI Prize: Éric Rohmer (won), Golden Ciak (Best Film): Éric Rohmer (won), Golden Lion : Éric Rohmer (won), and Pasinetti Award (Best Actress): Marie Rivière (won) - When her best friend suddenly cancels on their vacation, office worker Delphine (Life the Way It Is's Marie Rivière) is upset that she has only two weeks to find another companion, and even more so upset by the suggestion of various friends that she indeed go on vacation alone in order to meet a man just two years after breaking things off with her fiancé Jean-Pierre. Rather than join her sister's family in Ireland as a pity invitation, she decides to join acquaintance Françoise (Immoral Women's Rosette) and her family in Cherbourg, but the more accommodating her hosts try to be, the more unbearable she finds the company of others. Striking off ...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: My Girlfriend's Boyfriend by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

César (Most Promising Actress): Sophie Renoir (nominated) and César (Best Screenplay, Original or Adaptation): Éric Rohmer (nominated) - César Awards, 1988 City hall worker Blanche (Chocolat's Emmanuelle Chaulet) meets by chance at lunch computer school student Lea (A Good Marriage's Sophie Renoir) looking for a partner with whom to eat to avoid being hassled by guys. Both coming from the sticks to the satellite city Cergy-Pontoise, the pair commiserates on city living with Blanche living in a new apartment building and Lea "homeless" living with her chemist boyfriend Fabien (Oasis of the Zombies' Eric Viellard) but she feels that their relationship is coming to an end. Unattached and lonely, Blanche provides a sympathetic ear as Le...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: A Good Marriage by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

César (Best Original Screenplay): Éric Rohmer (nominated) - César Awards, 1983 NYFCC Award (Best Foreign Language Film): France (nominated) - New York Film Critics Circle Awards, 1982 Golden Phoenix (Best Actress): Béatrice Romand (won) and Golden Lion: Éric Rohmer (nominated) - Venice Film Festival, 1982 Returning from her holidays, junior antiques broker Sabine (The House of the Yellow Carpet's Béatrice Romand) hooks up with painter and on-and-off lover Simon (Ronin's Féodor Atkine). After a late night call from his daughter, Sabine becomes fed up with him and his promises to eventually divorce his wife and announces to her best friend Clarisse (Asterix and Obelix Take on Caesar's ...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: Perceval by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

César (Best Cinematography): Néstor Almendros (nominated) and César (Best Sound): Jean-Pierre Ruh (nominated) - César Awards, 1980 Critics Award (Best Film): Éric Rohmer (won) - French Syndicate of Cinema Critics, 1980 One day while hunting with his spears outside the grounds of his castle, Perceval le Gallois (Cycling with Molière's Fabrice Luchini) encounters five knights on horseback that he first mistakes for devils then angels. He questions them as to what they are and the purpose of their armor and weapons, and immediately decides that he wants to meet King Arthur and become a knight to the misery of his mother (Tess' Pascale de Boysson) who had raised him in ignorance after having lost her knighted husband and two elder sons. Set...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

Student Mirabelle (Betty Blue's Jessica Forde) is vacationing in the country and meets young painter Reinette (Joëlle Miquel) by chance when she gets a flat on her bicycle and has no idea how to repair a puncture. Reinette shows her the converted hayloft in which she lives and the paintings which are surrealistic without her quite understanding the term, and tells Mirabelle of her plans to study at university in Paris the following year having complete high school through correspondence because of her inability or outright defiance of structured learning (although she will make an exception to an art college education). The two young women bond as Reinette shows Mirabelle the countryside and shares with her contemplation of "the blue hour" that moment before dawn "when nature holds its breath." Despite how high-strung Reinette reveals herself to be, Mirabelle invites her to share her apartment in Paris rather than commute twenty minutes back and forth from the residence of some cousins. Reinette finds herself at sea i...


The Éric Rohmer Collection: The Tree, The Mayor and the Mediatheque by Eric Cotenas (31st December 2017)

FIPRESCI Prize - Special Mention (Out-of-Competition): Éric Rohmer (won) - Montréal World Film Festival, 1993 Structured around a series of events that would not have occurred had each character not done something they were supposed to do, The Tree, the Mayor and the Mediatheque opens with socialist candidate Julien Dechaumes (Queen Margot's Pascal Greggory) sulking at his chateau in the countryside in a village of which he is mayor after losing the elections in Paris and planning to preparing for a parliament run. While his novelist girlfriend Bérénice Beaurivage (The Blue Villa's Arielle Dombasle) believes he should quit the country for Paris if he is to make a serious run, Julien laments the "rural exodus" that sees farms disappearing, houses being bought up by weekenders, and locals leaving for t...


That Good Night by James-Masaki Ryan (30th December 2017)

"That Good Night" (2017) Ralph Maitland (played by John Hurt) is a former screenwriter in his seventies living in semi-retirement in a Portuguese villa along with his younger wife Anna (played by Sofia Helin). When he finds that he is terminally ill and has a limited time in life, he decides to do some important things - to reconcile with his son Michael (played by Max Brown, to have his days without burden to his wife, and for him to finish his final work. Ralph is not the friendliest of people as he shows a lot of negativity as a cranky old man with many bad decisions made in his past including not being a part of Michael's life for most of the years. And when Michael invites his girlfriend Cassie (played by Erin Richards, Ralph does not have the kindest words to say to her. With the strained relationship becoming even worse, it may be too late for him to change his ways and words to secure a peaceful passing... Based on the 1996 play of the same name by writer ...


Happy Hunting by James-Masaki Ryan (29th December 2017)

"Happy Hunting" (2017) Warren (played by Mark Dingle Wall) is an alcoholic drug addict drifter on the path to nowhere in life. But his path turns toward the south of the border after he learns that his ex-wife had passed away and left behind a daughter that he hadn't known about in Mexico. During his journey towards Mexico, he stops at the small town of Bedford Flats, a rural community deep in the desert that was a hunting town for buffalo many years ago. In the town he meets Steve (played by Ken Lally, a volunteer at an AA meeting who lets Warren stay at his home while passing through town. But this seemingly normal rural town has a sinister edge that takes him by surprise. The town is full of hunters and their tradition is to round up stray drifters and have them let loose in the desert. For the outsiders it is their chance to run for their lives. For the townsfolk, it is hunting season. Guns, bows and arrows, trucks, bats, and anything you can think of can be used as weapons for killing while the men on the run are unarmed, unprepared, and unmatched. The few that are...


Fantastic Planet by James-Masaki Ryan (29th December 2017)

"Fantastic Planet" ("La planète sauvage") (1973) Rene Laloux's mesmerising sci-fi animated feature won the Grand Prix at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival and is a landmark of European animation. Set in a distant world, the 'Fantastic Planet', where tiny humans, or Oms, are kept as pets by large alien creatures, the Draags, the film travels through a strange and beautiful world. Soon, one Om absconds with a Draag knowledge device, using the tool to foment a wild Om uprising against his captors. Inspired by the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia in the late '60s, Laloux's breathtaking vision immediately drew comparisons to Jonathan Swift's "Gulliver's Travels" and "Planet of the Apes". Today, the film can be seen to prefigure much of the work of Hayao Miyazaki due to its political and social concerns, epic imagination and groundbreaking animation techniques. With its psychedelic images, trippy funk soundtrack, and anti-establish...


House AKA House: Ding Dong You're Dead (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (28th December 2017)

House (Steve Miner, 1985) When an elderly woman, Elizabeth Hooper (Susan French), is discovered by a grocery delivery boy to be hanged from a light fitting in her home, her house is inherited by her nephew, horror writer Roger Cobb (William Katt). Roger, who grew up in the house following the death of his mother, is in the middle of writing his latest book, a memoir of his experiences during the war in Vietnam. Roger previously lived in his aunt’s house with his wife, film star Sandy Sinclair (Kay Lenz), and his young son Jimmy (Mark Silver), until Jimmy disappeared whilst swimming in the outdoor swimming pool. This event precipitated the breakdown of Roger’s marriage to Sandy. Deciding not to sell his aunt’s house but to live in it instead, Roger soon begins to experience strange events, including visions of his aunt Elizabeth. Roger works on his book, experiencing vivid flashbacks to his experiences in Vietnam, including a patrol in which his friend and comrade ‘Big’ Ben (Richard Moll) was badly wounded and begged Roger to kill him so that he would not be taken captive and tortured by the NVA. Roger refused, unable to take his friend’...


House II: The Second Story (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (28th December 2017)

House (Steve Miner, 1985) When an elderly woman, Elizabeth Hooper (Susan French), is discovered by a grocery delivery boy to be hanged from a light fitting in her home, her house is inherited by her nephew, horror writer Roger Cobb (William Katt). Roger, who grew up in the house following the death of his mother, is in the middle of writing his latest book, a memoir of his experiences during the war in Vietnam. Roger previously lived in his aunt’s house with his wife, film star Sandy Sinclair (Kay Lenz), and his young son Jimmy (Mark Silver), until Jimmy disappeared whilst swimming in the outdoor swimming pool. This event precipitated the breakdown of Roger’s marriage to Sandy. Deciding not to sell his aunt’s house but to live in it instead, Roger soon begins to experience strange events, including visions of his aunt Elizabeth. Roger works on his book, experiencing vivid flashbacks to his experiences in Vietnam, including a patrol in which his friend and comrade ‘Big’ Ben (Richard Moll) was badly wounded and begged Roger to kill him so that he would not be taken captive and tortured by the NVA. Roger refused, unable to take his friend’...


House III AKA Horror Show (The) (Blu-ray) by Paul Lewis (28th December 2017)

House (Steve Miner, 1985) When an elderly woman, Elizabeth Hooper (Susan French), is discovered by a grocery delivery boy to be hanged from a light fitting in her home, her house is inherited by her nephew, horror writer Roger Cobb (William Katt). Roger, who grew up in the house following the death of his mother, is in the middle of writing his latest book, a memoir of his experiences during the war in Vietnam. Roger previously lived in his aunt’s house with his wife, film star Sandy Sinclair (Kay Lenz), and his young son Jimmy (Mark Silver), until Jimmy disappeared whilst swimming in the outdoor swimming pool. This event precipitated the breakdown of Roger’s marriage to Sandy. Deciding not to sell his aunt’s house but to live in it instead, Roger soon begins to experience strange events, including visions of his aunt Elizabeth. Roger works on his book, experiencing vivid flashbacks to his experiences in Vietnam, including a patrol in which his friend and comrade ‘Big’ Ben (Richard Moll) was badly wounded and begged Roger to kill him so that he would not be taken captive and tortured by the NVA. Roger refused, unable to take his friend’...


TECHNICAL REVIEWS
B&B by Eric Cotenas (22nd December 2017)

Award of Excellence Special Mention (Feature Film - LGBT): Hummingbird Films (won) - Accolade Competition, 2017 HIFF Award (Best Score in a Feature Film): Simon Burch and Dan Jones (won), (Best Actor in a Feature Film): Paul McGann (won), and (Best Director of a Feature Film): Joe Ahearne (won) - Horrible Imaginings Film Festival, 2017 After suing St. Jude's B&B for being refused a double bed and winning, "bad winner" Marc (DaVinci's Demons' Tom Bateman) and husband Fred (Skins' Sean Teale) have returned for their stay. Although passive-aggressive proprietor Josh (Withnail & I's ...


Body Electric by Eric Cotenas (22nd December 2017)

Maguey Award (Best Feature Film): Marcelo Caetano (won) - Guadalajara International Film Festival, 2017 Grand Jury Award: Honorable Mention (Outstanding International Narrative Feature): Marcelo Caetano (won) - L.A. Outfest, 2017 Jury Prize: Special Mention (Best Feature Film): Marcelo Caetano (won) - Queer Lisboa - Festival Internacional de Cinema Queer, 2017 Bright Future Award (Best First Film): Marcelo Caetano (nominated) - Rotterdam International Film Festival, 2017 Working as an drafting assistant in a clothing factory in Sao Paulo, Elias (Kelner Macêdo) is not thinking that far beyond a summer at the beach. Indulging in anonymous sexual encounters - which he occasionally uses to regale and arouse older regular lover Arthur (Ronaldo Serruya) - Elias is otherwise a loner until he finds himself having to spend more time with the workers as productivity increases towards the holidays. As overtime hours make it impractical for some of the workers to travel the lon...


Jesús by Eric Cotenas (22nd December 2017)

Grand Prize Chéries-Chéris (Feature Film): Fernando Guzzoni (nominated) - Chéries-Chéris, 2017 Best Latin-American Film (Latin-American Competition): Fernando Guzzoni (nominated) - Mar del Plata Film Festival, 2016 Golden Seashell (Best Film): Fernando Guzzoni (nominated) - San Sebastián International Film Festival, 2016 Golden Alexander: Fernando Guzzoni (nominated) - Thessaloniki Film Festival, 2016 Chilean teenager Jesús (Nicolás Durán) has not finished high school and spends his days practicing for K-pop tournaments with his buddies – Beto (Gastón Salgado), Pizarro (Sebastián Ayala), and Raul – and his nights drinking, smoking, and having sex, much to the chagrin of his father Hector (Esteban González) who is away for days at a time working and can barely make ends meet for the two of them. After losing a tournament, the gang gets drunk ...


Mysterious Island AKA Jules Verne's Mysterious Island (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (13th December 2017)

These all-time classic adventures, each featuring pioneering special effects by filmmaking legend Ray Harryhausen, are presented here in stunning restorations on Blu-ray. Containing a wealth of new and archival extras including audio commentaries on all three films by the great Ray Harryhausen himself, Jason and the Argonauts commentary by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, new interviews with SFX maestro Hal Hickel, and genre experts Mark Gatiss and Kim Newman this stunning Limited Dual Format Edition Box Set from Indicator is strictly limited to 6,000 units....


Jason and the Argonauts AKA Jason and the Golden Fleece (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (13th December 2017)

These all-time classic adventures, each featuring pioneering special effects by filmmaking legend Ray Harryhausen, are presented here in stunning restorations on Blu-ray. Containing a wealth of new and archival extras including audio commentaries on all three films by the great Ray Harryhausen himself, Jason and the Argonauts commentary by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, new interviews with SFX maestro Hal Hickel, and genre experts Mark Gatiss and Kim Newman this stunning Limited Dual Format Edition Box Set from Indicator is strictly limited to 6,000 units....


First Men in the Moon AKA H.G. Wells’ First Men in the Moon (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (13th December 2017)

These all-time classic adventures, each featuring pioneering special effects by filmmaking legend Ray Harryhausen, are presented here in stunning restorations on Blu-ray. Containing a wealth of new and archival extras including audio commentaries on all three films by the great Ray Harryhausen himself, Jason and the Argonauts commentary by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, new interviews with SFX maestro Hal Hickel, and genre experts Mark Gatiss and Kim Newman this stunning Limited Dual Format Edition Box Set from Indicator is strictly limited to 6,000 units....


Wolf (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (3rd December 2017)

Director Mike Nichols thrilling modern-day werewolf movie boasts a stellar cast, including Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, James Spader, and presents itself as a witty and inventive hybrid of horror film, romantic thriller and biting satire about male anxiety and office politics, where the real monster is corporate greed....


Eyes of Laura Mars (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (1st December 2017)

Irvin Kershner’s stylish, violent cult thriller – from an original screenplay by John Carpenter – stars iconic star Faye Dunaway as glamorous fashion photographer Laura Mars, who begins to experience horrific visions when she ‘sees’ a series of brutal murders as they happen. The Eyes of Laura Mars put an original spin on the "women in peril" plot staple by giving us Faye Dunaway as a fashion photographer disturbed by visions of real violence echoed in her flashy, S&M-influenced work. The visions start coming closer to home as her woman friends are butchered and their copies of her work vandalised. Good-looking cop Neville (Tommy Lee Jones) argues that her art is responsible, but nonetheless starts an affair with her. Hints are dropped that the killer might be someone close to her, like obsessive ex-con driver Tommy (Brad Dourif) or her possessive ex-husband Michael (Raul Julia). Evocative scenes of 70s' New York nightclub excess, and the strikingly perverse photographs of Helmut Newton, now create a period 70s' flavour to this flawed psychic thriller. Dunaway's performance is suitably overwrought and the young, slimline Jones is at once attractive and off-key....


Torture Garden (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (12th November 2017)

From Hammer-rival Amicus Productions comes this horror anthology penned by Robert Bloch (author of Psycho) and directed by the great British cinematographer Freddie Francis. Genre legend Peter Cushing stars alongside Jack Palance and Burgess Meredith in an omnibus of chilling and gruesome stories, inspired by E.C. Comics' Tales from the Crypt comic-book series of the 1950s....


Maniac AKA The Maniac (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (5th November 2017)

Four classics from Hammer, each presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Whether it's a mad man brandishing a welding torch, a mythical monster who's looks can kill, an ancient royal with diabolical powers, or a mad woman wielding a pair of scissors, this set has something to unease everybody. Containing a wealth of new and exclusive extra features – including title-specific documentaries, cast and crew interviews, expert appreciations, introductions and more – this stunning Blu-ray-only Limited Edition box set is published in a horribly limited, numbered edition of 6,000 units. The titles are: Maniac, The Gorgon, The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb and Fanatic....


Fanatic AKA Die! Die! My Darling! (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (5th November 2017)

Four classics from Hammer, each presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Whether it's a mad man brandishing a welding torch, a mythical monster who's looks can kill, an ancient royal with diabolical powers, or a mad woman wielding a pair of scissors, this set has something to unease everybody. Containing a wealth of new and exclusive extra features – including title-specific documentaries, cast and crew interviews, expert appreciations, introductions and more – this stunning Blu-ray-only Limited Edition box set is published in a horribly limited, numbered edition of 6,000 units. The titles are: Maniac, The Gorgon, The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb and Fanatic....


Gorgon (The) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (5th November 2017)

Four classics from Hammer, each presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Whether it's a mad man brandishing a welding torch, a mythical monster who's looks can kill, an ancient royal with diabolical powers, or a mad woman wielding a pair of scissors, this set has something to unease everybody. Containing a wealth of new and exclusive extra features – including title-specific documentaries, cast and crew interviews, expert appreciations, introductions and more – this stunning Blu-ray-only Limited Edition box set is published in a horribly limited, numbered edition of 6,000 units. The titles are: Maniac, The Gorgon, The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb and Fanatic....


Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (The) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (5th November 2017)

Four classics from Hammer, each presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Whether it's a mad man brandishing a welding torch, a mythical monster who's looks can kill, an ancient royal with diabolical powers, or a mad woman wielding a pair of scissors, this set has something to unease everybody. Containing a wealth of new and exclusive extra features – including title-specific documentaries, cast and crew interviews, expert appreciations, introductions and more – this stunning Blu-ray-only Limited Edition box set is published in a horribly limited, numbered edition of 6,000 units. The titles are: Maniac, The Gorgon, The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb and Fanatic....


Fragment of Fear (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (5th November 2017)

Based on the novel A Fragment of Fear by former M15 spy John Bingham, 7th Baron Clanmorris, this stylish cine-trip from Vanishing Point director Richard C. Sarafian features David Hemmings and Gayle Hunnicutt (then real-life husband and wife) falling into a waking nightmare of murder, mystery and paranoia....


It Came from Beneath the Sea AKA Monster from Beneath the Sea (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (18th October 2017)

These spectacular films, each featuring pioneering special effects by filmmaking legend Ray Harryhausen, are presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Containing a wealth of new and archival extras – including exclusive new interviews with director Joe Dante, SFX maestro Dennis Muren, and Aardman Animation co-founders David Sproxton and Peter Lord – this stunning Limited Dual Format Edition Box Set is strictly limited to 6,000 units....


20 Million Miles to Earth AKA The Beast from Space AKA The Giant Ymir (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (18th October 2017)

These spectacular films, each featuring pioneering special effects by filmmaking legend Ray Harryhausen, are presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Containing a wealth of new and archival extras – including exclusive new interviews with director Joe Dante, SFX maestro Dennis Muren, and Aardman Animation co-founders David Sproxton and Peter Lord – this stunning Limited Dual Format Edition Box Set is strictly limited to 6,000 units....


3 Worlds of Gulliver (The) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (18th October 2017)

These spectacular films, each featuring pioneering special effects by filmmaking legend Ray Harryhausen, are presented on Blu-ray for the very first time in the UK. Containing a wealth of new and archival extras – including exclusive new interviews with director Joe Dante, SFX maestro Dennis Muren, and Aardman Animation co-founders David Sproxton and Peter Lord – this stunning Limited Dual Format Edition Box Set is strictly limited to 6,000 units....


Chase (The) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (8th October 2017)

Preceding Bonnie and Clyde by a year, Arthur Penn's (Mickey One) acclaimed film boasts enviable pedigree – produced by the legendary Sam Spiegel, with a screenplay by Lillian Hellman from the novel by Horton Foote, a rousing score by John Barry, and a stellar cast of the hottest stars of the day (including Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, Angie Dickinson and James Fox). The story of an escaped con making his way back to the corrupt Texas town and the people who sent him to prison, The Chase is a telling indictment of violence in American society. A seminal work which is ripe for rediscovery....


See No Evil AKA Blind Terror (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (6th October 2017)

Recently blinded in a horse riding accident, young Sarah (Mia Farrow) returns to her uncle’s English country home, unaware that a psychopathic killer is stalking the family. This wonderfully creepy suspense-thriller from director Richard Fleischer (10 Rillington Place), from a script by British writer Brian Clemens (The Avengers, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad), features a note-perfect performance by Mia Farrow, and sterling support from a cast of formidable British character actors. Released in America as See No Evil and in the UK and Europe as Blind Terror (with subtle differences between the cuts), Indicator is delighted to present both versions of the film for the first time ever....


Ben (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (30th September 2017)

Danny Garrison, a lonely young boy with a heart condition finds a friend in Ben, a rat once trained by misfit Willard Stiles. Danny's new best friend protects him from bullying and keeps his spirits up through hard times. But all is not well in Ben's colony and the other rodents terrify the town with a series of violent attacks. The police are determined to wipe them out. Can Ben survive?...


Willard (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (21st September 2017)

Not much is going right for meek misfit Willard Stiles. He’s constantly screamed at by his overbearing mother, ruthlessly bullied by the boss who stole his father’s business and mercilessly laughed at by his co-workers. Willard eventually turns to a colony of rats for friendship and with training they will soon do anything for their new friend. It’s time for Willard to get even....


Day in the Death of Joe Egg (A) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (6th September 2017)

Playwright Peter Nichols adapted his own blackly comic 1967 Tony Award-winning play for this confrontational film version by director Peter Medak. Alan Bates and Janet Suzman play a married couple struggling to come to terms with their daughter's disability using comedy and cruelty to dispel the desperation of their situation. This uncomfortable, provocative film about marriage, children and life choices is startlingly funny as well as deeply moving....


National Health (The) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (5th September 2017)

Jack Gold's film about life and death in a shabby London hospital interweaves the story of the real hospital with a fantasy one which exists in the soap-opera world of 'Nurse Norton's Affair', where everything is fully funded and patients are miraculously cured. A darkly funny satire on the state of the nation and also a deeply prescient comment on TV's ability to turn tragedy into entertainment, The National Health sits somewhere between the bawdy antics of the Carry On films and the angry satire of Lindsay Anderson’s Britannia Hospital, but emerges as a starkly prophetic film, more relevant now than ever....


Deadly Affair (The) AKA John le Carré's The Deadly Affair (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (2nd September 2017)

Based on John le Carré's first novel, Call for the Dead (which introduced spymaster George Smiley), The Deadly Affair sees an ageing British secret agent (James Mason) set out to uncover the truth behind a government employee's apparent suicide. Eschewing the glamour of the era’s Bond thrillers, Lumet's chilling and intelligent take on the spy drama presents a palpable and darkly sinister picture of Cold War intrigue. The exemplary cast also includes Maximilian Schell, Harriet Andersson, Harry Andrews, Roy Kinnear and Lynn Redgrave....


Reckoning (The) by Rick Curzon (30th August 2017)

A ruthless business executive (an intense tour de force performance by leading man Nicol Williamson) returns home to his Liverpool roots to investigate his father’s death. An unflinching exploration of the British class system, Jack Gold's penetrating, brutal drama stands alongside contemporary classics Up the Junction and Room at the Top, and prefigures Get Carter by several years. Underrated and underexposed, The Reckoning may well be one of the most essential British films ever made....


La rupture by James-Masaki Ryan (7th May 2017)

"La rupture" AKA "The Breach" (1970) Helene Regnier’s husband Charles injures their son Michel in a psychotic rage. Charles moves back in with his wealthy and manipulative parents, who blame Helene for their son’s condition and vow to win custody of Michel. Thwarted by the courts, they hire a seedy penniless operative Paul to destroy her reputation. He moves into her rooming house and begins to insinuate himself into her life, hatching darker and more convoluted plots to implicate Helene. A harrowing thriller from France's master of suspense, "La rupture" ranks among Claude Chabrol's finest works. "La rupture" was director Claude Chabrol's 19th feature and made during his golden age of critical acclaim. Starring his then wife Stéphane Audran in the role of the tormented Helene, she gives an excellent performance on the physically and mentally shocked wife. Also starring Jean-Claude Drouot and Jean-Pierre Cassel, and based off the novel by ...


Chosen by James-Masaki Ryan (5th May 2017)

"Chosen" (2016) An epic tale of family, honor, vengeance and salvation in World War II. The year is 1944 and the Jews of Eastern Europe are being massacred by the thousands. An unassuming recently widowed Hungarian barrister leads an inspirational fight back against the increasingly desperate and dangerous Nazis in the dying embers of the war. With a combination of daring, courage and audacity he turns a struggle to survive into something far more consequential - a way to avenge the deaths of his people by saving thousands of others. Based on true events, "Chosen" is a harrowing account of the Hungarian lawyer Sunsun (played by Luke Mably) who loses his wife to cancer, loses his home and freedom to the Nazi regime during World War II. Also starring Ana Ularu and Harvey Keitel, directed by Jasmin Dizdar, the film is an emotional draw yet it has some minor issues . The flashback storytelling, the underdeveloped supporting characters, and the slightly lack...


Les biches by James-Masaki Ryan (5th May 2017)

"Les biches" AKA "The Does" (1968) Directed by Claude Chabrol, "Les biches" is a landmark in film history: its theme of bisexuality and upper-class decadence is surpassed only by its cool precision of cinematic style and exceptionally subtle performances. Socialite Frederique (Stephane Audran) encounters young student Why (Jacqueline Sassard) on the streets of Paris, seduces her and whisks her off to spend winter with the chic crowd of St. Tropez. When architect Paul (Jean-Louis Trintignant) meets Why, he too charms her and comes between the two lovers. Frederiqe then seduces Paul out of jealousy, but finds herself feeling real love. Paul and Frederique invite Why to live together with them, resulting in a ménage a trios beset by jealousy, madness, and ultimately, murder. "Les biches" was Chabrol's 15th film in a 10 year span, and was seen as an artistic comeback after a series of underwhelming works. Not a large commercial success, but "Les biches" w...


Broadchurch: Series 3 (TV) (Blu-ray) by Rick Curzon (28th April 2017)

Three years have passed in a town that will never forget; but times change. The local newspaper, once the backbone of Broadchurch, is about to be closed down. And DI Alec Hardy with DS Ellie Miller are about to explore a case that reopens old wounds and divides the town in ways they could never have predicted. Hardy and Miller are called on to investigate the brutal sexual assault of a local woman, Trish Winterman. The crime scene points to a party attended by close to a hundred people. But not a casual assault the act appears premeditated. What dark secrets still lie buried in a town that has been so closely examined? And how will unresolved issues around the death of young Danny Latimer finally be settled? These answers lie in Broadchurch: The Final Chapter....


Brothers (The): Series 5 (TV) by Rick Curzon (20th April 2017)

The fifth season of the classic BBC One Sunday soap sees the Hammond clan in deep public and private turmoil. As David (Robin Chadwick) comes to terms with his wife s death and Brian (Richard Easton) reels from the reverberations of his divorce, Edward (Patrick O'Connell) is in constant battle with scheming banker Paul Merroney (Colin Baker) about the direction of the family haulage firm. Edward finally ties the knot with Jennifer (Jennifer Kingsley), who has seemingly won over her new mother-in-law Mary (Jean Anderson), and with all eyes on the wedding, Merroney manipulates a bid for the ailing company. But he hasn't reckoned on a counter-bid from tough-talking air freight chief Jane Maxwell (Kate O Mara). As Merroney woos a rich Lebanese backer, the brothers plot to oust him from the firm altogether, but as always he's a tricky man to outfox....


Experiment in Terror by Samuel Scott (16th April 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE*** Terror stalks a beautiful bank teller in this classic thriller from Blade Edwards. Glenn Ford plays the dedicated F.B.I. agent, John Ripley, who fights to protect Kelly Sherwood (Lee Remick) from a ruthless killer. Unless his plans to rob the bank succeed, the unseen assailant (Ross Martin) - identifiable only by his asthmatic breathing - threatens to murder Kelly and her teenage sister, Toby (Stephanie Powers). To save the two terrorised sisters, the F.B.I. sets up an elaborate trap using Kelly as a decoy, but the killer gets away. Nerve-racking suspense builds as Kelly, now panic-stricken, continues to act as bait long enough to let the Feds trap the killer. Unless they act quickly, the woman in distress will become the casualty of a deadly EXPERIMENT IN TERROR!...


Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid by Samuel Scott (11th April 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE*** Laugh... or I'll blow your lips off! As the private eye of private eyes, Steve Martin is Rigby Reardon. He’s tough, rough and ready to take anything when Juliet Forrest (Rachel Ward) appears on the scene with a case: her father, a noted scientist, philanthropist and cheese-maker has died mysteriously. Reardon immediately smells a rat and follows a complex maze of clues that lead to the “Carlotta Lists’. With a little help from his “friends”, Alan Ladd, Barbara Stanwyck, Ray Milland, Burt Lancaster, Humphrey Bogart, Charles Laughton, etc, Reardon gets his man. An exciting, action-packed film the way 40s’ films used to be!...


Swiss Army Man by Samuel Scott (9th April 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE*** Bursting with limitless creativity, SWISS ARMY MAN goes from the absurd to the emotional to the whimsical to the profound and back again. Hank (Paul Dano) is stranded on a deserted island, having given up all hope of ever making it home again. But one day everything changes when a corpse named Manny (Daniel Radcliffe) washes up on shore; the two become fast friends, and ultimately go on an epic adventure that will bring Hank back to the woman of his dreams. SWISS ARMY MAN creates a world like no other—a place of pure fantastical imagination, brimming with magical realism yet featuring two characters whose dreams and fears are entirely relatable. Dano and Radcliffe both fully commit to their directors’ audacious vision, and their work is exceptional, finding the perfect balance of humour and heart that drives the whole film. A celebration of all the wonders cinema has to offer, SWISS ARMY MAN is a cultural phenomenon in the making -- a surreal and wholly original examination of human vulnerability and connection that must be experienced...


Bird on a Wire by Samuel Scott (4th April 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE*** Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn team up in this non-stop-action comedy directed by John Badham. Hiding under the FBI Witness Protection Program, Rick Jarmin (Gibson) gets nervous when old flame Marianne Graves (Hawn) recognises him. But before he can assume a new identity, the man he put in jail (David Carradine) is released and comes to pay his respects. Rick and Marianne find themselves thrown together on an exhilarating cross-country scramble, barely evading the gangsters, police and an amorous veterinarian (Joan Severance). Their whirlwind travels eventually lead to an unforgettable climax in an elaborate zoo exhibit. A rare rollercoaster of a movie which will keep you on the edge of your seat....


Front (The) by Samuel Scott (3rd April 2017)

***This is an A/V and Extras review only. For reviews on the movie from various critics, we recommend visiting HERE*** What if there were a list? A list that said: Our finest actors weren't allowed to act. Our best writers aren't allowed to write. Our funniest comedians aren't allowed to make us laugh. What would it be like if there were such a list? It would be like America in 1953....


 


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