Concluding Spank The Monkey’s two-part examination of Taiwanese martial arts cinema, past and present.
The MostlyFilm backroom is dragged to the foreground for a sort of “Best of the boards” post. Buckle up.
In anticipation of Frank Sinatra’s centenary, Niall Anderson watches Alex Gibney’s four-hour documentary on the singer’s life and work
Jurassic World arrived on DVD during the London Film Festival, so Mr Moth decided to have a little festival of his own and watched all the Jurassic Parks to date. Here are his findings.
Niall Anderson looks at the early work of cinema’s favourite bodyhorror auteur
Mortdecai is released on DVD and Blu-Ray today. Ricky Young has watched it, so you sure as fuck don’t have to.
Far From the Madding Crowd, Thomas Hardy’s tale of one woman, three men and some unfortunate sheep, was back on the big screen this year. Viv Wilby feeling the pull of the past, finds its hard to better the John Schlesinger version, which is out on Blu-ray on Monday.
Dr Jekyll and Miss Osbourne is a cursed film, once nearly forgotten. Paul Duane dares to sample a new Blu-ray release and is alarmed to find it awakens strange impulses inside him.
Yasmeen Khan conducts an excavation of a Roman classic and uncovers layers of meaning.