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Lucio Fulci’s 1979 horror masterpiece Zombie Flesh-Eaters rises again on Blu-ray, DVD and Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook on Monday 3 December following a brand new HD restoration from Arrow Films. Censored over its high gore content during the video nasty … Continue reading
Ever wondered if there were some hidden meanings lurking within the frames of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining? Well, the provocative ‘subjective’ documentary Room 237 does just that – and more! Read Jason’s review here. In Room 237, director Rodney Ascher … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who entered into our competition to win The Divide on DVD and the limited edition money T-shirt. Our winner is Alan McVeigh, while the runner-up – who bags the T-shirt – is Tom Baines. The Divide is … Continue reading
Strongly tipped as a filmmaker to watch on the strength of his astonishing debut feature Frontier(s) and hard-hitting follow up Hitman, director Xavier Gens fulfils all expectations with his latest offering, The Divide, an intense, post-apocalyptic shocker starring Michael Biehn … Continue reading
Early Soviet cinema may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but there’s no doubting the impact it has had on the history of cinema – and the recent success of The Artist has proved that even in 2012 there’s still … 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
When Soviet cinema exploded onto screens in the 1920s (in part to disseminate propaganda for the new regime following the Russian Revolution in 1917), the impact was extraordinary. Poets, painters, even Hollywood producers, all reacted to its extraordinary new imagery. … Continue reading
To celebrate the recent Hammer film festival held at the Old Vic Tunnels in London and the HD restoration of classic Hammer horrors, we had two copies of Marcus Hearn’s The Hammer Vault, courtesy of Titan Books, for you to … Continue reading
Thanks to all of you who took part in our Anonymous competition. The three winners are Deborah Davies, Julie Poultney and Robin Brooksbank. If your name is one of the above, you can expect an email from Movie Talk very … Continue reading