Blu-Ray Review – My Man Godfrey

My Man Godfrey is one of the key screwball comedies of the '30s—probably the most important one from the early to mid-'30s after It Happened One Night, which established the genre template. It was directed by Gregory La Cava. La Cava who isn't as much of a household name as the genre's best-known directors, like … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – My Man Godfrey

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Blu-Ray Review – Who Killed Teddy Bear?

An oddball psychotronic movie, one of the last feature films Sal Mineo ever appeared in (and a rare lead for Mineo), Who Killed Teddy Bear? appeared in 1965. It’s set in a pre-psychedelic swinging sixties discotheque/restaurant where Mineo is the busboy, Lawrence Sherman. He’s obsessed with Nora Dean (dancer Juliette Prowse), the DJ at the disco … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Who Killed Teddy Bear?

Competition – Last Year at Marienbad on Blu-Ray

Studiocanal is releasing Last Year at Marienbad on Blu-Ray. Here at Psychotronic Cinema we have 2 copies up for grabs. All Entries must be turned in by the 22nd of September. Email your answer to the following to ian.cinehouseuk@gmail.com with your name and address. What is the name of Alain Resnais' 1968 science fiction film? Disclaimer: Open to only … Continue reading Competition – Last Year at Marienbad on Blu-Ray