Category: Reviews

Jackie Brown

Jackie Brown (BluRay Review)

During the late 60s into the 1970s, the civil rights movement was at the apex of its impact on popular culture and this had...

The Woman (Mayhem Horror Festival)

This review contains spoilers. This screening of The Woman (imdb) on 7th October was a kind of a warm-up for the Mayhem Horror Festival, which...

Seven Sinners

Seven Sinners

Marlene Dietrich stars as a super-sexy traveling cabaret singer named “Bijou Blanche” in this 1940 romantic-adventure classic. At the opening of the film, we...

The Departed

CRIMEWATCH: The Departed

“When you decide to be something, you can be it. That’s what they don’t tell you in the church. When I was your age...

Rosemary's Baby

DEEP FOCUS: Rosemary’s Baby

After making the cult oddities, Cul De Sac, and The Fearless Vampire Killers Roman Polanski directed his first big Hollywood production and a film...

The Resident

The Resident

Throughout the 60s and 70s Britain’s Hammer Studios produced some of the all time greatest horror and science fiction genre films of their time...

Fargo

DEEP FOCUS: Fargo

Since their debut in 1984, The Coen Brothers have been two of the most interesting writer-directors of offbeat genre cinema and their 1996 black...

Kiss Me Deadly

Kiss Me Deadly (BluRay Review)

The classic film noir genre usually dealt with many of the same types of subject matter such as gangsters, double crosses and femme fatales,...