Blu-ray Review: The Bridge at Remagen (1969)

Historical accuracy aside, classic Hollywood war pictures were always well-intended in telling stories of triumph and victory, mostly over Nazi-occupied Europe and while many decades have passed, there’s still an appetite for the heroism of World War II. In 1969, just shy of twenty-five years since the most destructive conflict…

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Review: Color Out of Space (2019)

HP. Lovecraft died in 1937, famed “American writer of weird fiction and horror fiction” as described in Wikipedia. Over eighty years later, his name remains a major selling point for film fans, many of whom have been eagerly awaiting the release of Color Out of Space, now in cinemas across…

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Blu-ray Review: Ironweed (1987)

I’m a big fan of Jack Nicholson. I practically grew up watching Batman and I think his performance in About Schmidt is among his most underappreciated, despite earning an Oscar nomination. Although, I’ve come to realise that there’s a large bulk if titles I haven’t seen, including until recently, Ironweed,…

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DVD Review: The Keep (1983)

Michael Mann’s gothic classic seemed to be an uphill battle from the start, with a troubled production compounded by limitations set by the studio. Completed as three-and-a-half-hour film, a two-hour cut was assembled for test audiences which were not positive, so The Keep was again trimmed prior to release, coming…

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