6 items from 2016
A motorcycle gang comes back from the dead to wreak havoc on the living in 1973's Psychomania, aka The Death Wheelers. Following the recent UK Blu-ray / DVD release of the cult film, Arrow Video has now announced that they will bring the zombie bikers stateside in February with their Us Blu-ray / DVD release of Psychomania, complete with a 2K restoration from preservation negatives and plenty of bonus features.
Zombie bikers run amok is southern England.
Pre-orders links should be live soon!
Release Date: 21st February 2017
- Derek Anderson
Money-saving experts Voucherbox recently took a look at how fashion classics have changed over the years. And reading it is a bit of an eye-opener to be honest; I didn’t realise that trends can both change rapidly and date back so far in history. Many of these trends went off the roof thanks to blockbuster movies: just think of James Bond and his various tuxedos, Marlon Brando and his Levi’s 501s-Schott Perfecto combination in 1951 hit The Wild One, Michael J. Fox and his black Chuck Taylors in Back To The Future… you name it. The 90th Anniversary of the Lbd
The Fabulous Movie History of the Iconic Little Black Dress »
- Nat Berman
Earlier this month, when Vanilla Ice announced via Twitter that he was boldly defying instructions to evacuate his Florida home in the face of Hurricane Matthew, it not only inspired what had to be the greatest (and possibly also the most depressing) tweet ever made by the Florida Democratic Party, but it also made one hope that it might really be a sneaky promo for an upcoming Weather Channel series wherein the rapper and reality TV star goes head to head with natural disasters.
Alas, "The Ice Storm" (or whatever »
“I’ve lost my head. I’m so afraid. I’ve lost my head. I’m lost. Can someone take me away?”
The first lines of the song which Vincent (Kévin Azaïs, “Love at First Fight”), the lead singer of a hardcore punk band, bawls out on stage in the opening scene of “Compte tes blessures” (“A Taste of Ink”) sum up much of his early-20s angst. He’s stuck in a dead-end job as a body piercer, hasn’t the money to move out of home, then discovers that, with his mother dead just a few months before, his father’s already taken up with a much younger woman who’s moving in to the family flat. Soon he finds himself falling for his father’s lover.
Written by Morgan Simon, “A Taste of Ink” is a vision of disaffected, disoriented and disenfranchised youth. Sold by Versatile Films »
- John Hopewell
Article by Jim Batts, Dana Jung, and Tom Stockman
Lee Marvin rose through the ranks of movie stardom as a character actor, delivering mostly villainous supporting turns in many films before finally graduating to leading roles. Regardless of which side of the law he was on however, he projected a tough-as-nails intensity and a two-fisted integrity which elevated even the slightest material. Born February 19, 1924, in New York City, Marvin quit high school to enter the Marine Corps and while serving in the South Pacific was badly wounded in battle when a machine gun nest shot off part of his buttocks and severed his sciatic nerve. He spent a year in recovery before returning to the U.S. where he began working as a plumber. The acting bug bit after filling in for an ailing summer-stock actor and he studied the art at the New York-based American Theater Wing. Upon making his debut in summer stock, »
- Movie Geeks
Hey, we're having a Nuclear family crisis, so load up your shotgun, grab the grenades and head for the hills, stealing what you need as you go. Ray Milland's tense tale of doomsday survival shook up a lot of folks with its endorsement of ruthless violence. Fortunately the worst never happened, allowing us to ask, "Where were you in '62?" Panic in Year Zero! Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1962 / B&W / 2:35 widescreen / 92 min. / Street Date April 19, 2016 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring Ray Milland, Jean Hagen, Frankie Avalon, Mary Mitchel, Joan Freeman, Richard Bakalyan, Cinematography Gilbert Warrenton Production Designer Daniel Haller Film Editor William Austin Original Music Les Baxter Written by John Morton, Jay Simms Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff, Arnold Houghland, James H. Nicholson, Lou Rusoff Directed by Ray Milland
Reviewed by Glenn Erickson
There's nothing like good old atom-scare hysteria, which Hollywood dished out as early as 1952's Invasion, »
- Glenn Erickson
6 items from 2016
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