❉ 1965 cult classic, originally rejected by British censors, makes its worldwide Blu-ray and VOD debut. Russ J Graham inspects the wares.
❉ ‘E-Demon’ is an example of the screenlife genre, which picks up where found footage left off. But is it any good?
❉ This film only works as a cautionary tale of how low Mischa Barton’s career has fallen, writes Iain MacLeod.
❉ Emerging onto Blu Ray for the very first time David Weisman and John Palmer’s Ciao! Manhattan is an odd, fragmentary, fitfully impressive patchwork quilt of a movie.
❉ Andrew Nette’s excellent monograph of Norman Jewison’s film is “one of the best examples of critical writing I’ve ever had the privilege of enjoying”.
❉ DON’T GO INTO THE CELLAR, as they said on Rentaghost.
❉ Sidney Hayers’ 1971 thriller boasts a number of familiar names in fresh-faced early roles, including James Cosmo, Lesley-Anne Down, and David Essex making his second screen appearance.
❉ Queen’s music is a fundamental part of the texture of Flash Gordon, an artful fusion of sound and vision, writes Don Klees.
❉ Pure entertainment at its morbidly violent best, with a style and sense of place that no other British horror film since then has managed to capture. Mind the doors…
❉ If you’re a fan of Burt Reynolds’ work, this little gem will remind you why he was such a dominating box-office force for so many years, writes Nick Clement.