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In the wake of Tarantino’s Django Unchained, classic Spaghetti Westerns like Sergio Corbucci‘s Django starring Franco Nero (click here for Pete’s full review) are back in the news and getting re-released on Blu-ray and DVD (click here to win copies … Continue reading
Set in a surreally off-kilter version of the Wild West populated entirely by animals, computer-animated Western Rango is both a witty spoof and loving homage to the genre. The plot’s familiar – the stranger who becomes the saviour of an … 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
Regarded as one of Dario Argento’s last masterpiece horror films, Terror at the Opera is a Hitchockian homage to The Phantom Of The Opera, starring Chariots of Fire actor Ian Charleson, in his final film appearance before his death from … Continue reading
The Best view | Inglourious Basterds – Quentin Tarantino’s WW2 revenge fantasy: it’s not only the spelling that’s juvenile
“Once upon a time in Nazi-occupied France…” So begins Quentin Tarantino’s much-hyped World War Two action movie, an ultra-violent fairy tale in which a band of scalp-hunting Jewish-American soldiers go on the rampage behind enemy lines… and, in an act … Continue reading
A film from the early 1970s set amidst the mist-shrouded canals of Venice, which features a dead child, two grieving, semi-estranged parents and a pervading atmosphere of unease – does this sound familiar? Surely I’m talking about Nicolas Roeg’s superb … Continue reading