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It's So Cool, Brewster ! Fright Night Coming In April 2017 From Eureka Entertainment

On December 1st, Eureka Entertainment announced on Facebook their upcoming release of the iconic Fright Night. Tom Holland’s directorial debut is, in my personal opinion, one of the best vampire films ever made. 284 more words


Jinnah (1998) | Christopher Lee gives the performance of a lifetime as Pakistan’s revered founding father

Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. 298 more words


Fedora (1978) | Billy Wilder’s last great film shines a spotlight on the ugly face of Hollywood

‘Youth had been a habit of hers for so long that she could not part with it’
When Fedora (Marthe Keller), the world’s most famous, ageless film star dies, having thrown herself in front of a train, her one-time lover, Hollywood has-been producer Dutch (William Holden), feels a sense of guilt about hounding her in starring in a new version of… 487 more words


Conversation Piece (1974) | Luchino Visconti's meditation on family, beauty and decadence is a quiet achiever

Directed with operatic flare by Luchino Visconti (following his recovery from a stroke), 1974’s Conversation Piece is dominated by a finely controlled turn by Burt Lancaster as a retired American professor who has filled his apartment in Rome with 18th-century paintings of family groups known as ‘conversation pieces’. 175 more words


That Cold Day in the Park (1969) | This forgotten gem from American master Robert Altman is electrifying

Before he found fame with M*A*S*H, Robert Altman crafted the unsettling 1969 psychological thriller, That Cold Day in the Park, which gets a UK Blu-ray/DVD release from Eureka Entertainment. 226 more words


Novecento (1900) | Bernardo Bertolucci’s ambitious socialist epic is essential viewing – but over several sittings

With his trademark operatic sense of scale and painterly eye, director Bernardo Bertolucci presents his deeply personal view of the changing face of Italian politics, provincial life, industry and class across five decades – from 1901 to 1945. 383 more words


Punishment Park (1971) | Why does Peter Watkins' subversive pseudo-documentary continue to upset America?

Set in a future where America’s war in Vietnam has led to the setting up of detention camps to hold dissidents, director Peter Watkins’ 1971 pseudo-documentary involves a British film crew, led by Watkins himself, following one group of radicals who accept three days in a ‘punishment park’ over a prison sentence. 464 more words