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
The Star Wars Story that nobody asked for, but was is a story worth telling? In short, NO.
1932 - 1942 OVERALL RATING TARZAN THE APE MAN 1932 With this classic, Johnny Weissmuller is introduced to the world as Tarzan. Already well known as an Olympic swimming star by 1932, whilst Johnny was not the first on screen Tarzan, his has become the most famous. Playing the role as a naive childlike action … Continue reading MGM’s “TARZAN” SERIES (Johnny Weissmuller & Maureen O’Sullivan)
1930 DIRECTORS: Raoul Walsh & Louis R. Loeffler "The Indians are my friends..." Breck Coleman - John Wayne Not exactly a statement that would exemplify the Career of a man rightly or wrongly associated as being the Cowboy of the Cowboy and Indian movies. But there is no doubt that John Wayne was certainly one … Continue reading THE BIG TRAIL (FOX GRANDEUR) (1930) – REVIEW
After watching Avatar in 3-D for the first time since theatres in 2009, I began to think about the long delay in the production of the sequels. I remembered how long it took to bring the original to the screen, a decade to be precise, with talk of "developing something new and innovative". It was … Continue reading AVATAR 2, 3, 4 & 5 -WHY THE DELAY?
2016 DIRECTOR: Roland Emmerich Twenty years have past since the alien invaders destroyed The White House and one of cinema's most outstanding and timeless special effects was premiered to the world. Two decades have also passed since we, the cinema going public, were exposed to Roland Emmerich's disaster movie meets alien invasion masterpiece. And for … Continue reading INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE (3D)
The seventh episode is out of the can! The seventh instalment of our series of video reviews is up and ready to view at your leisure NOW on YouTube or through nEoFILM right here! This episode is a review of this years FIRST comic movie, DEADPOOL. https://youtu.be/xhwwaMAYgsI So recap on what we have already stated: … Continue reading nEoFILM ~ EPISODE 7 “DEADPOOL”
1979 ORIGINAL UNCUT VERSION DIRECTORS: Tinto Brass (Principle) & Bob Guccione & Glo Luiiancar (Additional Footage) May contain spoilers! I was left literally speechless after watching this. What is it? Is it a porn film? Is it a period drama? Is it an art house extravaganza? Well, for certain, it is the one of the most obscene … Continue reading CALIGULA (1979) – REVIEW
We are standing at a bleak crossroads of film history where Film in its purest form, that which is dubbed "Celluloid", even though it has not been Celluloid for decades, with polyester and other materials taking it's place, has all but lost it's battle with DLP or Digital Light Projection. And with this technical revolution has … Continue reading A COMMENT ON …FILM TO DIGITAL: THE DEMISE OF THE PROJECTIONIST
1976 DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese May contain Spoilers! This is a bit of tough one. Almost four decades on from Taxi Driver's initial release, we are looking at a film which was no doubt a ground-breaking achievement back in 1976. The tone is adolescent Scorsese, still on his way towards perfecting his now iconic style of … Continue reading TAXI DRIVER (1976) – REVIEW