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VIY – film review

VIY - 1967 Directors: Konstantin Ershov & Georgi Kropachyov Cast: Leonid Kuravlev, Natalya Varley Language: Russian (with optional English subtitles) Run time: 77 mins Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 15...

Pulse – film review

Pulse (1988) Director: Paul Golding Cast: Joey Lawrence, Cliff De Young, Roxanne Hart Format: Blu-ray Runtime: 91 minutes Release Date: 22nd February 2021 Jamie Havlin takes a look at a...

The Don Is Dead – film review

The Don Is Dead (1973) Director: Richard Fleischer Cast: Anthony Quinn, Robert Forster, Frederic Forrest Runtime: 115 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 18th January 2021 Jamie Havlin examines a gangster...

Mothra (Limited Edition Box Set) – film review

Mothra (Limited Edition Box Set) - film review Mothra (1961) Director: Ishirō Honda Cast: Frankie Sakai, Hiroshi Koizumi, Kyōko Kagawa Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 16th November 2020 Runtime: 191...

The Bride With White Hair – film review

The Bride With White Hair (1993) Director: Ronny Yu Cast: Brigitte Lin, Leslie Cheung Format: Blu-ray Language: Cantonese (with optional English audio track & subtitles) Runtime: 89 mins Release Date:...


The Cure : retro live review : Leicester 1981 – 40 years since we saw the band move into the future

The Cure Leicester De Montford Hall May 11th 1981 Live Review  It feels strange that something that once felt so much...


Part one of our interview with The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn

Imagine the best bar band in the world recruiting a gifted street poet like Craig Finn as...


Philip Goth (Felice Brothers) Announces Debut Single – news

The ever-reliable Team Love Records have announced the release of the debut solo record by Philip Goth,...


I Start Counting! – film review

I Start Counting! (1969) Director: David Greene Cast: Jenny Agutter, Bryan Marshall, Claire Sutcliffe Format: Blu-ray Runtime: 105 mins Release date: 19...


Victorious Festival Announces 2021 Headliners

Madness, The Streets and Royal Blood set to Headline Southsea's Victorious Festival this August.