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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Pete’s Peek | Cannibal Holocaust – Does the king of shockumentaries really deserve its vile reputation?
If you thought The Blair Witch Project put the shock in the found-footage genre, then think again because it’s actually Ruggero Deodato‘s Cannibal Holocaust that’s the true leader of the pack and remains the daddy of them all. When Cannibal … Continue reading
Film review | The Debt – Payback for a Nazi doctor. But should Mossad’s uneasy trio take the credit?
Former Mossad agents Rachel, Stefan and David are heroes in Israel for their roles in bringing down a Nazi war criminal, but was their long-ago mission really as clear-cut and triumphant as the history books relate? Based on the 2007 … Continue reading
Bourne-style teen thriller Abduction sees Twilight hunk Taylor Lautner getting his first solo vehicle – but the wheels come off pretty quickly thanks to a clunky script, cack-handed direction and, sadly, Lautner’s inadequacy as an actor. The film’s far-fetched story … Continue reading
The owner of this playfully presented frontage wasn’t the only actress to strip off for this film. Who is it? Did you guess the identity of the star whose mystery pecs featured last week? He has a film out today… … Continue reading
While not strictly an homage to the killer car/truck movie genre, this absurdist comedy about a tyre that gets mysteriously reanimated in the Californian desert certainly owes a debt to films like Duel and The Car (one of my all-time … Continue reading
To celebrate the release of Insidious on DVD and Blu-ray we have a Blu-ray copy of the movie and a exclusive haunted t-shirt to give away. Thanks to everyone who scared us silly with their spooky stories, but our winner … Continue reading
13 Assassins sees director Takashi Miike stamping his trademark style on the samurai genre with an ultra-violent epic that is now out on DVD and Blu-ray. You can explore a world of clips, images, review links and much more at … Continue reading
Let’s face it, any film calling itself Volcano would be cheating its audiences if it didn’t feature some element of lava and ash. And this one – starring Tommy Lee Jones and Anne Heche – certainly doesn’t disappoint. When an … Continue reading
Back in January, ace film blogger The Incredible Suit launched the BlogalongBond project to fill the 22 months then remaining before the cinema release of the 23rd official Bond film. The idea: encourage fellow bloggers to babble about one Bond … Continue reading
Elizabeth Taylor jewellery exhibition in London – tiny, but priceless just like the late star herself
@Corbis Christie’s auction house in London played host to some of Elizabeth Taylor‘s stunning jewellery collection over the past weekend, before they go under the hammer, along with costumes, haute couture and art pieces, in New York in December. Among … Continue reading