NIGHTS OF CABIRIA BLU RAY REVIEW

God is indifferent. I mean he could well not exist or he could be bipolar. For Fellini however, god was kitsch. He was pageant and pictures of inanimate objects. He was a voice in the dark that whispered and so... Read More...

La Strada DVD Review

Before he hit the lofty heights of the critical adoration of his most famed films 8 ½ and La Dolce Vita, Federico Fellini had already created one masterpiece, and it almost broke him. Problematic from the start... Read More...

Roma Blu-ray Review

If you're the kind of person who needs a beginning, middle, and end in your films then I'd suggest you stop reading now. Fellini doesn't make those sorts offilms and Federico Fellini's ROMA is no exception. This wonderful piece of work is a semi-autobiographical film-poem, which is in parts bizarre, funny and moving.

Il Bidone DVD Review

Not much less than 8 1/2years before Federico Fellini’s most revered work came his blackly comic tale of morality Il Bidone (The Swindle). Though it is an occasionally light-hearted affair, this follow-up to hi... Read More...

8 ½ Blu-ray Review

8 ½ sees Marcello Mastroianni play Guido Anselmi, a famous Italian film director (and a clear stand-in for Fellini) who is suffering from ‘director's block’.