I cross my fingers each month hoping for some obscure 70s classics from Eureka Entertainment and this month they delivered with not one, but two Native American themed titles as a ‘Horror Double Feature’ Blu-ray release of Nightwing and Shadow of the Hawk; two films that revolve around tribal traditions, spiritual practices and the natural […]
Declared as one of the top sports films ever made by film fans and media outlets including ESPN, Slap Shot is a brash a ballsy take on minor-league hockey and out now on Blu-ray in Australia from Cinema Cult. Paul Newman stars as veteran player/coach, Reggie Dunlop, of the Charlestown Chiefs, a ragtag team which
I’ve seen a lot of Charles Bronson movies, but not nearly all of them. Hard Times ranks among my favourites from the blue-collar actor and marks the directorial debut of Walter Hill (The Warriors). Punching its way to DVD from Via Vision Entertainment earlier this month, the mid-70s classic takes audiences back to the midst
Some movies are difficult to decipher and are just plain weird, but for whatever reason they stay with you, tickling the back of your mind enticing you to revisit. The Brotherhood of Satan is one such feature that I’ve been thinking about for the last three years and last night came my long-awaited second viewing.