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48 HRS. (1982)

Director of Photography: Ric Waite

Director: Walter Hill

Perfect Shots


Director of Photography: Andrew Laszlo

Director: Walter Hill

Perfect Shots

Blu-ray Review: The Driver

Starring: Ryan O’Neil, Bruce Dern, Isabelle Adjani
Director: Walter Hill
Rating: 9/10

The casting of Isabelle Adjani suggests that in this, his second feature as writer/director, Walter Hill had one eye on French cinema, in particular the sort of pared down gangster caper you associate with Jean-Pierre Melville. 592 more words


"Warriors come out to play-ay"

Above Photo: A piece of art depicts the main characters and scenes in the “The Warriors”. Art by Grzegorz Domaradzki

If the London rain has given me anything, it is the opportunity to catch up on my Netflix queue. 479 more words

Pop Culture

Film: Streets of Fire (1984)

If you wanted a definition of ‘cult movie’ Streets of Fire would do it.

Pitched as ‘a rock and roll fable’, it tells the simple story of a guy rescuing a girl from a biker gang.   117 more words


Film Review - Trespass (1992)


Directed by Walter Hill

Starring Bill Paxton, Ice-T, William Sadler, Ice Cube

Review by Jordan

“Greed, for lack of a better word, is good” boasts the slimy Gordon Gecko in Oliver Stone’s Wall Street; “Greed captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit.” Yeah, right, try telling that to the two Arkansas firemen who go in search of a wad of stashed gold, but instead stumble upon a poisoned chalice in an abandoned factory in East St. 440 more words



Winner: Droppin’

JohnnyG and Bobby Barcelona joined us tonight, but as is often the case, Bobby B should have stood in bed. JohnnyG finished a close second along with Pluto, but Droppin’ led from start to finish. 494 more words