The Happy Prince – Blu-Ray Review

The Happy Prince is a biographical film about Oscar Wilde, and specifically covers the period other films on Wilde skip over: his last few years post-prison in Naples and eventually in Paris, where he would die penniless and disgraced. Rupert Everett does an Orson Welles by writing, starring in, directing and producing the film with this, … Continue reading The Happy Prince – Blu-Ray Review

Interview with Barbara Crampton

I was over in Manchester at Grimmfest recently and got the chance to do a short interview with Barbara Crampton. She is best known for her roles in cult classics like Re-Animator, From Beyond, Chopping Mall, Body Double and many others. More recently she has had a career resurgence in indie horror flicks like Beyond … Continue reading Interview with Barbara Crampton

Paris nous appartient – Blu-Ray Review

Paris nous appartient is Jacques Rivette’s first film, and of the very first French New Wave films. It came out after Claude Chabrol's early films, and the debuts of Francois Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard. Rivette had started his before either of them, however. It’s an odd, almost film noir, set-up. A Spanish activist, Juan, dies; … Continue reading Paris nous appartient – Blu-Ray Review