3 items from 2013
Network Distributing is pleased to announce the next batch of titles within “The British Film” range which will be available in the UK later this year. Each feature once again benefits from a new transfer, an instant play facility and will be presented in special slim-line space-saving packaging. Some of the highlights from October are a documentary about the body narrated by Vanessa Redgrave with music from Roger Waters, more gems from the vaults from Ealing Studios, classic horror, British musicals and a courtroom drama starring Richard Attenborough.
The Body £9.99
Vanessa Redgrave and Frank Finlay narrate an intimate and innovative documentary from the seventies about the human body cut to music from Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters. Commentary by poet and playwright Adrian Mitchell.
The Final Programme £9.99
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Michael Jackson’s groundbreaking dance routines and unique vocals have influenced generations of musicians, dancers and entertainers for decades. He was one of entertainment’s greatest icons, and like most gifted individuals he was always pushing boundaries, reinventing himself, and testing his limits. The New York Times once described him as one of the six most famous people on the planet, but I’d like to up the ante by saying, he was the most famous person on the planet. Of his many achievements, Jackson helped elevate the music video, turning it into an art form with complex story lines, never-before-seen dance choreography, elaborate special effects and famous cameo appearances. And while he developed some of the greatest music videos of all time, it wasn’t always easy for him. At first Jackson struggled to receive coverage on MTV because he was African American. Pressure from CBS Records persuaded MTV »
This week, we have seen 2012 come to a close with nary a whimper or a bang from the Mayan apocalypse. Sure, there’s $200 million movie weekends and 48 frames per second, but there were also some dark times in our past. As you look forward to 2013, start off the year right by getting drunk while you watch the greatest movie known to civilized man: Teen Wolf. If you recall, this not-exactly-a-remake of I Was a Teenage Werewolf in 1985 starred Michael J. Fox whose burgeoning lycanthopy was a thinly-veiled allegory to puberty. As the character of Scott comes of age, so do his wolf-like powers, which includes the ability to buy beer without a valid ID. And now, to cover our butts… This game is only for people over the age of 21. Please drink responsibly, and don’t waste two minutes in the closet with Boof. Suggested drink: Cheap keg beer Take A Drink When… Someone »
- Kevin Carr
3 items from 2013
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