Blu-Ray Review – This Gun For Hire

Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake made quite a formidable pairing in the '40s. They were put together partly due to the fact Lake was one of the only actresses in Hollywood shorter than Ladd, who was a tiny 5 foot 6 inches for a leading man while Lake was 4 ft 11 in. This Gun … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – This Gun For Hire

Blu-Ray Review – The Deep (1977)

Based on a novel by Jaws author Peter Benchley, The Deep was made to cash in on the success of the original blockbuster—which in its own way was a masterpiece. It was directed by Peter Yates, a  good director who also did Bullett, The Friends of Eddie Coyle and Breaking Away, amongst others. Yates was … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – The Deep (1977)

Competition – Small Soldiers on DVD

Fabulous Films is releasing Small Soldiers on DVD. Here at Psychotronic Cinema we have 2 copies up for grabs. All Entries must be turned in by the 15th of September. Email your answer to the following to ian.cinehouseuk@gmail.com with your name and address. What quirky kids show did Joe Dante work as the creative consultant and director on? Disclaimer: … Continue reading Competition – Small Soldiers on DVD

Blu-Ray Review – The Caller

The Caller is a genre-hopping straight-to-video movie from 1987 that starred Malcolm McDowell at a low point in his career. Despite some success with Paul Schrader's remake of Cat People in 1982, the '80s were not a kind decade to the Yorkshireman, and by the end McDowell was making films like The Caller and Mortacci in Italy. It wasn't until he … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – The Caller