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Following its cinematic release last year, the astonishing Samsara is coming to DVD/Blu-ray Dual Play, and in a Blu-ray box-set that includes the kaleidoscopic 1992 documentary Baraka. Filmed over four years, Samsara visits some 25 countries across the globe to … Continue reading
You’d think that after Die Hard, Die Hard 2: Die Harder, Die Hard with a Vengeance and Die Hard 4.0, John McClane would be excused if he wanted to, say, die once and for all? But there’s no stopping this … Continue reading
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED! My Week with Marilyn is out on DVD and Blu-ray on Monday – have you read Movie Talk’s review? How would you fancy getting your hands on a free Blu-ray copy? We’ve got three to … Continue reading
This competition has now closed To celebrate the 29th August UK DVD and Blu-ray release of Hatchet 2, directed by Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen, Spiral), we have an original money-can’t-buy cinema poster of the film signed by the great horror … Continue reading
After his shock masterpieces Suspiria and Inferno, Dario Argento returned to his beloved thriller (giallo) genre for Tenebrae, a disturbing psychosexual murder mystery about the horrors of unexplained violence. On a book signing tour in Rome, famed crime novelist Peter … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | Dario Argento’s genre-busting psycho-thriller The Bird With the Crystal Plumage on Blu-ray
Back in 1970 Dario Argento‘s directorial debut The Bird With The Crystal Plumage paved the way for a new wave of cinematic terror when the then 29-year-old auteur fused the traditional thriller and whodunit with shock and spectacle for the … Continue reading
Thanks to cheap air travel, an ever-shrinking world, and our spirit for adventure, many of us have the opportunity to escape our humdrum lives – either briefly or for extended periods. But, on seeing this allegorical tale about a woman’s … Continue reading
The last time I caught Mario Bava‘s 1971 classic Bay of Blood was at a rare screening at London’s BFI Southbank last year. Also known as Twitch of the Death Nerve and Carnage, this gory thriller from the maestro of … Continue reading
‘More Horrible Than Horror! More Terrible Than Terror!’ So went the tagline went for one of the most disturbing British films to come out of the 1960′s. At the beginning of the decade, horror was a hit with cinemagoers as … Continue reading
William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet – Leo & Claire still dreamy in Baz Luhrmann’s Red Curtain romance
On their way to the Capulets’ masked ball, Harold Perrineau’s Mercutio slips Leonardo DiCaprio’s Romeo a white pill decorated with a heart. No sooner has Romeo taken the drug than the sky explodes in a brilliant starburst of amber rockets. … Continue reading