Blu-ray Review: Behold a Pale Horse (1964)

Fred Zinnemann, the four-time Oscar-winning director and producer behind such monumental classics like High Noon, From Here to Eternity and A Man for All Seasons delivers a sombre fable born from the Spanish Civil War. Behold a Pale Horse stars Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn and Omar Sharif and is out…

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Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

Whether you love or loathe director Quentin Tarantino, the release of his films is an event and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, his most movie-centric piece to date, has warranted the status like no other. Set firmly in 1969 Los Angeles, an established but fading TV star and his…

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Blu-ray Review: Warlock (1959)

I enjoy westerns, be it the classics or modern titles, but not so much for the gun play, more for the exploration of morality in a savage land while our hero ponders his or her mortality. Edward Dmytryk’s Warlock does exactly that and then some, a remarkable genre piece out…

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DVD Review: Coal Miner’s Daughter (1980)

I remember Coal Miner’s Daughter being one of those ‘event’ DVD releases during the format’s glory days and while I was a pretty avid collector of classic titles at the time, it was one of the few that slipped by me. However, the classic Hollywood biopic is back on store…

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DVD Review: Reform School Girls (1986)

VHS cover-art, while amazing as it was, often oversold its respective title, but in the case of Reform School Girls, what you see it what you get. Now on DVD from Umbrella Entertainment, Tom DeSimone’s women-behind-bars staple follows a young woman, Jenny, who is sent to a reform school, ran…

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DVD Review: The Super (2017)

Mixing the day-to-day routine of a blue-collar occupation with horror has been a proven formula for decades, and one of the latest features for fans to ‘clock-on’ to is The Super, “starring” Val Kilmer. Coming to DVD on August 7th from Eagle Entertainment, this fairly low-key offering follows a single…

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