Give me a soft subtle mix, and if it ain’t broke then don’t try and fix it.
Earlier this year, rumours started to go round Mostly Film HQ that The Criterion Collection would be launching in the UK. The label has released over 800 classic films on DVD and Blu-ray in the US. Six of those 800 make up their UK launch today… It’s our job to let you know how wisely … Continue reading The Magnificent Six?
The buzz about Batman v Superman is mostly bad. So join our writers in recalling cinematic rivalries that were more memorable, more poignant, more fierce and more strange.
Preamble: Hello! You’re looking smashing. And we are popping in between appointments with the hair stylist and the jeweller to let you know that from (approximately) 10.30 this evening, UK time, we will be bringing you our fifth annual Oscars liveblog coverage, kicking off with incisive and knowledgeable (YMMV) commentary on the red carpet and … Continue reading Mostly Oscars 2016: All White On The Night
Four years ago on this site, Spank The Monkey described Nekromantik 2 as “a film I still hold as a personal benchmark of Going Too Far in the movies.” From next week, you’ll be able to buy it in the shops. Does he need a new benchmark now?
On today’s list – German teen horror flick Der Nachtmahr, lowbrow Danish comedy Men & Chicken, low-temperature Icelandic drama Virgin Mountain, and Red Leaves, a tale of the Ethiopian immigrant community in Israel.
Niall Anderson looks at the early work of cinema’s favourite bodyhorror auteur
When the film he was meant to be reviewing today has its release date pushed back by a couple of weeks, Spank The Monkey is forced to burble spacefillingly about the nature of truth. It’s a weekend of lies and deception at the cinema, for some reason.
Niall Anderson looks at a remastered release of David Cronenberg’s Rabid.
On this gloomy Monday, MostyFilm is here to pleasure your ears. This is the best music of 2014. By the time you’ve finished reading – and listening – to this, your headphones will be twice as much fun as they are now.