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...
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...
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...
Loved Double Bills
This was the first horror double bill I ever saw. I was 15 years old when this was screened at Burton Odeon. Went with some schoolmates for the evening showing.
Curse Of The Werewolf
Caught up with this Hammer classic this week.....
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Classic 70s Double Bill
What A Double Bill !!! Pure 70s Cinematic Heaven
Classic Movie Poster
The first "x" rated movie ever to win the Best Picture Oscar in 1968.
Classic BBFC Certificate
If you went to cinema's in the 70s this is what you saw before the film started. The "AA" certificate was the equivelant of the current "15" now but meant that only over 14s could be admitted....
My Second Home……
Burton Odeon. (Credit Burton Mail)
Film Stories magazine April 2021
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Filmhounds Magazine April/May 2021
The new kid on the block and a worthy addition to my monthly collection of film magazines. Click on the image to subscribe on the Filmhounds website. You won't be disappointed.....
Cinema Retro Magazine
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Talking Pictures TV
This is by far the best movie channel on television. The selection of classic British movies screened is second to none. It's the place to watch the kind of films you just don't see anymore.
This Weeks Movie Quote
“Fasten your seatbelts – its going to be a bumpy night”
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