Monthly Archives: February 2011

Orgasmo (aka Paranoia, Umberto Lenzi, 1969)

All of Lenzi’s gialli are now available on DVD although some, like this one, are not English friendly. The presentation of the film on this DVD is very poor indeed, having no 16×9 enhancement or digital remastering. 01 Distribution’s recent releas… Continue reading

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"Looks like I picked the wrong week…"

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Buona Sera

Last night I watched the first episode of Trem?? the much anticipated offering from David Simon, creator of the greatest television show ever made: The Wire. Like the first episode of The Wire, Trem?? was rather slow as it introduced characters and … Continue reading

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Rolling Thunder Blu-Ray, Revenge of the Ninja UK DVD and other goodies!

Another post on Rolling Thunder (John Flynn, 1977) you ask? Well, it is with good cause. Paul, over at the Lovelockandload forum, mentioned earlier today that the UK label Optimum will be releasing the film on DVD and, wait for it, Blu-Ray. The re… Continue reading

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Charley Varrick (Don Siegel, 1973)

I always thought that Walter Matthau only played miserable, surly characters and was best known as a sidekick to Jack Lemmon. How wrong I was. My friend Simon suggested I watch The Taking of Pelham 123 (Joseph Sargent, 1974), which completely took… Continue reading

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Dying Room Only (Philip Leacock, 1973)

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The Deliberate Stranger (Marvin J. Chomsky, 1986)

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Road to Perdition (Sam Mendes, 2002)

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There’s Something About Mary (Bobby & Peter Farrelly, 1998)

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More framed movie posters

I picked these posters up at the Winter Memorabilia Event in Birmingham. I had all but given up hope on locating an original quad poster for the documentary American: The Bill Hicks Story (Matt Harlock, Paul Thomas, 2009) but was fortunate to find… Continue reading

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