AX1 is releasing Alice in the Cities on the 4th of December and we at Psychotronic Cinema have 3 copies up for grabs. All Entries must be turned it by the 11th of December. Email your answer to the following to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address. What is the title of Wim Wenders' 1991 sci-fi opus? Disclaimer: … Continue reading Alice in the Cities – Blu-Ray Competition
Funeral Parade of Roses is a psychedelic mindfuck of a film made about people who are transgender, for lack of a better term. It’s a bizarre mixture of documentary, ‘60s underground culture in Tokyo. There is a pop art feel with comic book speech balloons on screen—very much of its time in one way but … Continue reading Funeral Parade of Roses – Blu-Ray Review
Over the years Black Christmas has gained almost classic status. It doesn’t really deserve the label, but it's a very important film for many reasons. It's not the first "slasher" film: some of Mario Bava's later work fits that concept, but it certainly showed filmmakers at the time what the future of this burgeoning new genre was … Continue reading Black Christmas – Blu-Ray Review
Acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) delivers “a mind-blowing masterpiece” (Scott Mantz, “Access Hollywood”) with the extraordinarily original mother!, arriving first on Digital January 8, 2018 and on DVD, Blu-ray™ & 4K Ultra HD January 22, 2018. Described as “darkly exhilarating” (Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times) and “Aronofsky’s most daring film yet” (Ben Croll, Indiewire), mother! stunned critics and audiences around the world. … Continue reading mother! Coming Soon to Home Video!
This set might be the best of the three collections of Ray Harryhausen's films which Powerhouse put together this year. This dual-format set includes the following three films: Mysterious Island, Jason and the Argonauts and First Men in the Moon. Mysterious Island is based on the Jules Verne book, but it’s a relatively loose adaptation. … Continue reading The Wonderful Worlds Of Ray Harryhausen, Volume 2: 1961-1964 – Blu-Ray Review