The Serpents Egg Blu Ray review

Dino De Laurentiis and Ingmar Bergman do not seem like the most likely of film teams. THE SERPENTS EGG was to be their only coming together. A Hollywood Bergman film that explores the rise of Nazism. Berlin 192... Read More...

Hitlers Hollywood Blu Ray review

Hans Detlef Sierck (more commonly known in the west as Douglas Sirk) made Nazi cinema. Yes I knew he was around the Nazi propaganda war machine but I did not know he directed. HITLERS HOLLYWOOD is right at ... Read More...

Rollercoaster Blu Ray review

The thrill of the Rollercoaster is in many ways the same as the thrill of the movie. All but magnified and shortened. In this thriller from the 1970s it is also akin to a Hitchcock film. Where people are dangle... Read More...

Ship of fools Blu Ray Review

Stanley Kramer's middling examination of the inter war political manifestations, is 30 minutes too long and too stage orientated to excel. A Ship Of Fools. They that remain on this ship heading from the America... Read More...

Argo Review

Based upon the books, The Master of Disguise and The Great Escape, Argo tells the story of Tony Mendez (a very bearded Ben Affleck), a CIA operative who is brought in for consultation about a group of American Embassy workers who are taking refuge at the Canadian ambassador's house in Tehran.
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Hollywood’s Obsession with Sequels

We've had Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2, we've just endured Scream 4, we got a bit excited for Fast Five, we’re eagerly awaiting Hangover 2 and we’re going pretty ‘potty’ for Harry’s 8th installment. It’s shaping up t... Read More...