1970's, 7 Candles, Horror, Thriller

THE WICKER MAN (1973) – REVIEW


  1973 DIRECTOR: Robin Hardy "Come. It is time to keep your appointment with the Wicker Man." Though we never even lay eyes on it until the final few moments of the film, the Wicker Man, both as pagan image and classic horror flick, has become an icon of the genre. But if you are… Continue reading THE WICKER MAN (1973) – REVIEW

1960's, 2010's, 7 Candles, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Comic Book, Historical, Marvel Comics, Science Fiction, Thriller, War

QUICK REVIEWS – WEEK ENDING 7/7/18


...and the films which I have seen this week are... This week was a very light week for me, the sun shining, the World Cup and Wimbledon taking me away from the big screen, but here are the 2 film which I can honestly say that I sat down to watch properly... BLACK PANTHER (2017)… Continue reading QUICK REVIEWS – WEEK ENDING 7/7/18

1920's, 7 Candles, Action, Adventure, Historical, silent

THE BLACK PIRATE (1926) – REVIEW


1926 DIRECTOR: Albert Parker Two Tone Technicolor in all its glory! This is it. The first widely distributed Technicolor movie back before we even had sound. This was hardly the first foray into colour, in fact colour almost goes as far back as film itself, as does sound, but it was not until the mid-1920's… Continue reading THE BLACK PIRATE (1926) – REVIEW

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HORSE FEATHERS (MARX BROTHERS) (1932) – REVIEW


1932 DIRECTOR: Norman McLeod  "I married your mother because I wanted children. Imagine my disappointment when you arrived." The penultimate Marx Brothers film as their time with Paramount was drawing to a close, Horse Feathers was possible one the their most anarchic entries. The paper thin plot revolving around building a football team at the… Continue reading HORSE FEATHERS (MARX BROTHERS) (1932) – REVIEW