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The Fireman (Charlie Chaplin, 1916)

The second in the Mutual Comedies series (the first, The Floorwalker, I have previously reviewed), The Fireman is another great example of master craftsmanship from Chaplin. 195 more words

American Cinema

Natural Born Watcher

This may be my last entry…

Last week I bought the Tarantino XX blu ray set and it has reminded me just how much good work Tarantino has done. 83 more words


The Chris & Kriss Show - EP 76 - Time Bandits

1981 month comes to a close as we look at Terry Gilliam’s fantasy epic ‘Time Bandits’ and reveal the films we’ll be covering next month when we look at the year 1982. 143 more words


Summer Binge

Yes, summertime is totally about going out and enjoying the much-needed sunshine. But it’s also for kicking back and relaxing, particularly on those snoozy late summer nights, lazy Sunday mornings, and occasional rainy days. 747 more words

The Reel Deel

Murota Mizuki to release her first solo Blu-ray

ANGERME’s Murota Mizuki is set to release her first solo Blu-ray this July. 46 more words

Big Story

The Floorwalker (Charlie Chaplin, 1916)

On 25th February 1916, Charlie Chaplin signed a $670,000 deal with the Mutual Film Corporation to produce a film a month over a one-year period. This made him the highest-paid entertainer in the world. 402 more words

American Cinema

Island of Death (1976)

Directed by Nico Mastorakis

Released by Arrow Video

Starring: Robert Behling, Jane Lyle

The Movie

Golden showers. Crucifixion. Goat-fucking.

That’s right. It’s Nico Mastorakis’ infamous Greek shock-fest: ISLAND OF DEATH. 1,177 more words