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...

THE RUNNING MAN BLU RAY REVIEW

Carol Reed had a sweet period in his film making career. I used to think that ended with 1959 OUR MAN IN HAVANA. After seeing Reed's thriller THE RUNNING MAN, I think it may have extended slightly into the 1960... Read More...

The Fallen Idol DVD Review

In 1948 and 1949, producer Alexander Korda and director Carol Reed made two successive films from screenplays by Graham Greene based on his fiction works: The Fallen Idol and The Third Man (a decade later Reed ... Read More...

Trevor Howard Collection DVD Review

The latest in the Screen Icons series sees the greatest of Trevor Howard collected together, featuring not only his best work but also some of the greatest British films of all time.