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Monthly Archives: July 2012
I find this 1976 movie about the birth of the Antichrist one of the most chilling movies ever. The scene where evil child Damien (Harvey Stephens) is taken to a safari park by his ‘mother’ (Lee Remick) is particularly distressing, … Continue reading
‘Who’s the fairest of them all,’ is a cruel question to pose to a Hollywood beauty in her forties facing competition from ever-younger starlets, but Julia Roberts gamely takes it on the chin in Mirror Mirror, a snazzy tongue-in-cheek reinvention … Continue reading
One of the most shocking and controversial movies ever made, The Night Porter is a courageous and uncompromising piece of filmmaking that has come to be regarded as a classic of European cinema. Starring British acting legends Dirk Bogarde and … Continue reading
Dark, disturbing and morally ambiguous, The Night Porter caused a bit of a ruckus when it appeared in cinemas in 1975, with critics either accusing its director Liliana Cavani of sensationalism or praising her courage. Dirk Bogarde plays former Nazi … Continue reading
“Talent is luck. The important thing in life is courage.” Manhattan (1979) Share this thought for the day on our Movie Talk Facebook page or Movie Talk Twitter stream.
Back in the late 1980s, the bargain-bin schlock of US indie movie outfit Troma was a staple of my VHS viewing pleasure. Boasting lurid titles like The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke ‘Em High and Surf Nazis Must Die, and … Continue reading
Dr Seuss’ 1971 children’s book The Lorax, an eco-friendly fable about the dangers of over-consumption and greed, gets a 3D-CG makeover with this jaunty animated romp from the makers of Despicable Me. At the heart of the story is the … Continue reading
Armed with cameras, six college students set out to disprove the existence of the paranormal inside the infamous Odenbrook sanitorium. When all but one of the group disappear, an investigator tries to help the sole survivor uncover the truth about … Continue reading
Back at the turn of the 1960s/70s, singer-songwriter Rodriguez was supposed to have been the next Bob Dylan. Yet after making a couple of critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful albums, he completely vanished from the rock-music map. Fascinating music documentary … Continue reading