GWEN DVD REVIEW

Throughout GWEN, you feel all cast members are beset by an unknown burden. The British produced gothic drama, seemingly captures you in an omnipotent nightmare. The feeling of being trapped in some supernatural... Read More...

FRIGHT BLU RAY REVIEW

The 1970s saw cinema in this country change exponentially. From the dawn of the decade, to the middle and then its end. American investment had fled, the country was in turmoil and little was around to make mon... Read More...

PONDLIFE BLU RAY REVIEW

The kitchen sink cinema of the 1960s set a high bar. It was a bold series of cinematic gems. Then as society changed, so did the cienma and the sink mutated into the sink comedy of the 1990s by people like Mike... Read More...

A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS BLU RAY

Unlike Carol Reeds OLIVER, which saw the east end at the time of early Jewish settlement. A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS, Reeds first colour film, is saturated in the sights, smells and sounds of post war east end of ... Read More...