Beyond the Valley of the Dolls – Blu-Ray Review

I’ve always despised the film critic Roger Ebert due to missing the point on most of favourite films such as Blue Velvet and Brazil to name just two of many. However as much as I hated the man it’s worth remember he wrote one of the greatest cult films of all-time Beyond the Valley of the … Continue reading Beyond the Valley of the Dolls – Blu-Ray Review

Mr. Majestyk – Blu-Ray Review

The year is 1974 and after 2 decades of playing bit parts Charles Bronson is about to become one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. Bronson of course had already given iconic performances in films like Once Upon a Time in the West and The Great Escape but he hadn’t quite reached super stardom. 1974 … Continue reading Mr. Majestyk – Blu-Ray Review

The Charlie Chaplin Collection – Blu-Ray Review

This Artificial Eye box set brings a definitive collection of Chaplin’s films to Blu-Ray for UK viewers. From The Kid (1921) to A King in New York (1957), it’s all here (except for his final film, The Countess of Hong Kong, which isn’t owned by his family, and the early shorts, which are all technically … Continue reading The Charlie Chaplin Collection – Blu-Ray Review

Every Home Should Have One – DVD Review

OK, where do I even begin with this ? Marty Feldman, he of the wild hair and even wilder looking eyes, stars as Teddy Brown, an advertising executive who is given the task to "think dirty" and spice up a TV commercial for McLaughlin's Frozen Porridge. It's the early 1970s, and sex is everywhere. Sex sells.....and now it's going … Continue reading Every Home Should Have One – DVD Review