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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Get Him to the Greek Excess baggage… This comedy sees a hapless record company intern charged with getting outlandish rocker Aldous Snow (played by outlandish comic Russell Brand) from Britain to a concert at L.A.’s Greek Theatre. If you can … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video How long have they been banging on about remaking this 1984 film? Far too long, if you ask me. Why bother? It wasn’t the greatest film in the … Continue reading
The first two series of Edgar Reitz’s epic film trilogy Heimat have just been re-released in hefty box sets – which has prompted me to add up the time I’ve dedicated to his monumental chronicle over the past three decades. … Continue reading
From newcomer director Ozgur Uyanik comes the UK indie horror Resurrecting The Street Walker. Taking the form of a documentary, it tells the ultimately tragic tale of a wannabe film director’s obsessive desire to break into the film industry. James … Continue reading
A few days ago Movie Talk’s Jason reviewed Woody Allen’s new movie, Whatever Works, and mused over Larry David‘s performance, pondering ‘perhaps only Woody himself can really play ‘Woody’.’ I’ve still to decide on that, as I haven’t yet seen … Continue reading
For three decades, Ray Harryhausen thrilled cinema audiences bringing fantastical creatures to life using his unique gift of stop-motion animation. From the exciting skeleton battle in 1963′s Jason and the Argonauts to the chilling death rattle of Medusa fighting Perseus … Continue reading
In case you were wondering, no, I’m not obsessed with Beyoncé. Obsessed is the name of the movie and Beyoncé stars, along with Idris Elba and Ali Larter. Don’t get me wrong, Beyoncé is OK, but if we’re talking obsessions … Continue reading
Sci-fi fans of a certain age will no doubt recall 1978’s Starcrash, a low-budget Italian spaghetti adventure that pays homage not only to Star Wars (which came out the year before), but also to the sexy 1960s classic Barbarella and … Continue reading
Late for a 30th birthday party, two brothers Sam and Nick and their girlfriends Christine and Liz decide to take a short cut. But this is bear country and when the foursome’s van blows a tire, it rouses the … Continue reading
Retro goes metro as the classic drive-in comes to the Truman Brewery in East London for three sold out nights beginning 1 July. Starlite Urban Drive-In provides the cars (20 cool Volvos), the films (Twilight and Grease), and even roller-skating … Continue reading