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Monthly Archives: June 2011
All Hell breaks loose on DVD and Blu-ray on 4 July 2011 when badass Nicolas Cage wreaks revenge in the smokin’ hot OTT action adventure, Drive Angry. Cage plays John Milton, a hardened – and very dead – criminal spending … Continue reading
Paul Space race… Simon Pegg and Nick Frost head the cast of this sci-fi comedy about two British comic book nerds who encounter a wise-cracking alien as they journey across the U.S. If you can see this, then you might … Continue reading
Guessing the owner of today’s chest would’ve been ridiculously easy had I featured him in his trademark costume. So instead – to make it a bit more challenging – here he is dressed as his alter ego. The turn-of-the-1980s jacket … Continue reading
The Electric Cinema in Birmingham (the UK’s oldest working cinema) is renowned for its monthly cult film nights. Now the Electric is hosting its very first Shock & Gore fantastic film festival (Friday 1 July to Sunday 3 July) featuring … Continue reading
The Bodyguard is a romantic thriller very much associated with the early 90s (as is its chart-topping soundtrack). But did you know that the film’s concept was originally proposed in the mid-70s? Diana Ross was cast as the lead, and … Continue reading
It began as an award winning faux Grindhouse trailer and became an internet sensation via YouTube. Now, Hobo With A Shotgun, director Jason Eisener’s affectionate tribute to the exploitation movies of the 1970s and 1980s, is a full-on, no-holds-barred, kick-ass … Continue reading
Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher play ‘friends with benefits’ in No Strings Attached, a romantic comedy that looks smutty but is actually slushy. Portman’s overworked doctor and Kutcher’s TV show assistant have a sex-only relationship, but for a change it’s … Continue reading
Spike Lee‘s ambitious but flawed war movie Miracle at St Anna seeks to put right a longstanding injustice – Hollywood’s neglect of the African-American contribution to World War Two. As an ageing black veteran says while watching John Wayne’s D-Day … Continue reading
When it comes to jaw-dropping martial-arts adventure, Asian cinema is virtually unbeatable with its talented stable of young directors and special effects wizards using the latest CGI technology to create some of the most inspired, mind-blowing action scenes imaginable. Add … Continue reading
“The things we touch have no permanence. My master would say: there is nothing we can hold onto in this world. Only by letting go can we truly possess what is real.” Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) Share this thought … Continue reading