I write this review appropriately on the eve of Labour Day weekend for Victoria and Tasmania. However, like the two characters in the film I’m about to discuss, I won’t be venturing far from home. Colin Eggleston’s Long Weekend was released on Blu-ray last December by Umbrella Entertainment, who continue to champion Australian film from […]
Released earlier this week (March 1st) by Umbrella Entertainment accompanying Drive-In Delirium 60s & 70s Savagery, is an entire volume dedicated to possibly the most popular and celebrated decade in film, the extravagant and excessive 1980s. Upon pressing play we’re greeted with a very enticing commercial for Village Drive-In, showcasing the indulgent cuisine customary with
I’ve never been to a Drive-In movie theatre, but like many of us who missed those golden years of the popular social outing, we’ve heard the fantastical stories of what a majestic and unruly place it once was. Umbrella Entertainment have successfully captured the distinctive atmosphere by presenting a wide variety of film trailers from the
I can still remember quite vividly The Blob arriving at my local video store, fresh on VHS. An impressively sized standee stood at the counter and posters lined the front window, both of which prominently featured a human’s arm desperately reaching out from inside an ominous pink mass. As a cinematically curious five-year-old the idea
Umbrella Entertainment continue to provide a great service towards the preservation of Australian cinema. Raising the bar even higher with one of their latest Blu-ray releases, the ‘Ozploitaion’ classic, The Man from Hong Kong, boast an array of special features including extensive interviews, a making of featurette and much more, keeping fans engaged long after
Arriving on store shelves tomorrow (September 7th) is the Australian cult classic, Stork, thanks to local distribution house Umbrella Entertainment. This re-issued release comes with a generous amount of bonus content detailing the film’s conception to its triumph as a commercial success; the very first of the Australian New Wave. Striking a cord with the
Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges are an unlikely due who set out to get rich quick.