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Curzon Artificial Eye Offer

Posted by on November 15, 2017 in ,

Curzon Artificial Eye offer one of the widest ranges of credible contemporary cinema from around the world, as well as world cinema classics and Director collections. We've packed our stores with hundreds of their cinematic greats from just £3. ...Read More

films coming soon: our favourites

Posted by on November 4, 2017 in ,

As 2017 is coming to an end 2018 is already shaping up to be a cracking year for new movies. We've picked out some of our 2017 and upcoming 2018 highlights that we loved on the big screen, all coming to our stores soon to own on DVD / Blu-ray. ...Read More

the driller killer: review

Posted by on November 2, 2017 in , ,

Like Martin Scorsese, Abel Ferrara was raised a Catholic in New York. Like Scorsese, Ferrara’s early films explore a seedy milieu of afterhours New York – a nerve-jangling noctural hustle full of misfits and obsessives. Of the films made in the E ...Read More

tales of terror: review

Posted by on October 31, 2017 in , ,

Edgar Allan Poe had an exceptionally good 1960s. Thanks largely due to the patronage of b-movie filmmaker Roger Corman, eight Poe adaptations were committed to celluloid – starring, inevitably, the grand master of gothic cinema, Vincent Price. Corm ...Read More

dressed to kill: review

Posted by on October 31, 2017 in , ,

Brian De Palma had been making films since the late Sixties although arguably it wasn’t until 1973 that he found his creative ‘voice’. This was with Sisters, a psychological horror film about separated Siamese twins – one of whom is a suspect ...Read More