Category: Movie Reviews

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Review – A Touch Of Class 1972)

The year 1973 was a great year for classic movies, that have stood the test of time. Movies like The Exorcist, Live And Let Die, Magnum Force, Enter The Dragon and The Sting, ruled...

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Review – Lethal Weapon (1987)

Before i write another word, i’d just like to say, i can’t believe it’s taken me over 30 years to finally catch up with this incredibly entertaining, buddy/cop action movie. I genuinely felt, as...

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Review – Dracula AD1972 (1972)

I think it’s fair to say that by the early to mid 70s, Hammer Studios output was slowly running out of steam. The idea’s were beginning to dry up, and cinema going audiences were...

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Review – Somewhere In Time (1980)

This delightful movie, which i have loved since the first time i watched it many years ago, opens with college student Richard Collier, played by the brilliant, and vastly underrated Christopher Reeve, gathering rave...

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Review – The Long Good Friday (1980)

I think it’s fair to say that nobody does gangster movies quite like the British, and for me there are only two, possibly three, true British Gangster classics. One, is obviously Get Carter (1971)....

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Review – Dressed To Kill (1980)

Cast your mind back to the year 1980. Moviewise it was a great year. Among others we had classics like “The Blues Brothers”, “Airplane”, “The Elephant Man”, “Raging Bull” and “The Shining”. We also...

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Review – The Amazing Mr Blunden (1972)

Whenever i’m asked to list some of my favourite family movies, i’m always thrown back to the 1970s. Amongst the movies i have the fondest memories of you’ll find “The Railway Children” (1971), “Willy...

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Review – BBC Ghostwatch (1992)

In 1938 Orson Welles directed and starred in a radio adaption of H.G.Wells “War Of The Worlds”. It was done in the style of an outside live news broadcast, with Welles reporting on the...

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Reviews – The Stud (1978)

Joan Collins is without a doubt one of the greatest movie stars we have ever produced. She has starred in countless movies and television series, and worked with just about everyone you can possibly...