Carl Douglas claimed that “everybody was Kung Fu fighting” in his funky hit from 1974, but little did he know that during the very same year, everybody was, in fact, doing exactly that in The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires, currently available on Blu-ray from Signal One Entertainment. Produced by Hammer Films and Shaw […]
When I started collecting DVDs in the early 2000s, I recall Empire Magazine giving away free copies of Death Race 2000, back when only mainstream Hollywood titles were subject to the format’s premium treatment. Of course, being somewhat of a film snob at the time, I rejected this offer. However, I was playing a lot
Sometimes you don’t have to know the facts behind a “based on a true story” film to know it’s going to be historically inaccurate and Villa Rides is a perfect example, which has rode into the HD territory of the United Kingdom with a Blu-ray release from Signal One Entertainment, out next week January 16th.
Signal One Entertainment are making a steady comeback that feels controlled and calculated, especially with their latest and highly anticipated release, Red Rock West, on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK, which is a step forward for a movie that’s struggled to be seen since its release almost thirty years ago. Nicolas Cage
I had no ambition to continue my education after high school, which in retrospect may have been a poor decision, but we naturally continue to learn as life takes us forward, for better or worse. If it’s any consolation, I’ve attended my fair share of college lectures, vicariously through numerous motion pictures, like The Paper
Alan Arkin, an equally comedic and dramatic actor, has only directed two feature films; the first being Little Murders (1971) and the second being the more obscure, Fire Sale, which has made its Blu-ray debut under the UK label, Signal One Entertainment. With his department store on the verge of bankruptcy, Benny Fikus (Vincent Gardenia)
Guillermo del Toro’s very flashy and colourful remake Nightmare Alley is currently in theatres, which has coincided with the UK debut of the original 1947 classic on Blu-ray, released by Signal One Entertainment. Tyrone Power stars as a small-time carnival mentalist, Stanton Carlisle, whose ambition, lies and deception enable him to rise to the national