Laura Morgan is Falling for you.
More pop reviews from MrMoth, more machine now than man. This month will go down in history as “The month Moth reviewed Mumford & Sons without swearing”.
Paul Duane traces the trajectories of violence and satire in Coffy, which is out on Blu-ray today.
More blatant space-filler from Indy Datta after the jump.
Blake Backlash indulges in some colourful excess as he enjoys Blood and Black Lace, which has just been released on Blu-ray.
The General Election is almost upon us. And is there any better way to judge our politicians than by the films they claim to be interested in? Well, yes. There are much better ways. But it’s films that we’re interested in here. Emma Street tells you why you can’t trust anything politicians ever tell you.
Blake Backlash on the coldest date movie of 2015.
Spank The Monkey reviews John Wick: the film that takes the Sad Keanu meme, throws it to the ground and shoots it in the face.
Ricky Young ticks off some big ending-in-0 Bond anniversaries by watching the films concerned and reporting back to the readers of Europe’s Best Website on what he finds. Continue reading Triple-0 Seven