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Latest Soundtrack Releases From Dutton Vocalion

23 July 2017 2:48 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Darren Allison

Vocalion have the rare ability to continuously satisfy. Not only does the label re-connect us to the past with essential CD reissues, but also through re-recordings of long forgotten and often overlooked classics. Vocalion’s three latest CD releases continue to exemplify these principles, and all with a certain sense of style.

Themes from The Exorcist (1974) and Flashpoint (1975) are two albums from Ray Davies and the Button Down Brass. As albums, they formed part of an essential collective, an audio treasury that would find their way into the hands of young and enthusiastic kids, particularly of those who displayed an early interest and love of both cinema and TV. They were usually the affordable route; a few weeks pocket money would often result in one of these albums making it into the comforting domain of your bedroom. Sat alongside your Geoff Love compilations, they would provide countless hours of repeated enjoyment. »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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'Fargo' Season Finale Recap: Trump Cards

21 June 2017 7:30 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

For months now, Fargo has entertained us with bus crashes, air conditioner murders, Hollywood sleazeballs, bridge tournaments, fake sex tapes and interdepartmental police squabbles. All the while, creator Noah Hawley has dropped us into a place where bad dudes manipulate the culture via hacking, trolling and outright lies – nothing like the world you see outside your front door, in other words. But after all its spectacular violence, unapologetic wackiness and barbed satire, this season ultimately ends quietly and elliptically, just the way it began – with a scene where a government »

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Pelle the Conqueror

16 May 2017 11:35 AM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Bille August’s 1987 award winner is yet another full cinema meal, a deeply satisfying drama about working conditions among Scandinavian immigrants back when being poor was a life sentence. Max von Sydow’s performance is stunning, as an aging stock tender forced to begin again as a veritable serf. He and his good son Pelle are surrounded by little dramas dealing with injustices among the workers and servants, as well as between the landholders in the big farmhouse.

Pelle the Conqueror

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1987 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 150 min. / Pelle erobreren / Street Date May 30, 2017 / 39.95

Starring: Pelle Hvenegaard, Max von Sydow, Erik Paaske, Bjorn Granath, Astrid Villaume, Axel Strobye, Troels Asmussen, Kristina Tornqvist, Karen Wegener, Sofie Grabol, Lars Simonsen, Buster Larsen, John Wittig, Troels Munk, Nis Bank-Mikkelsen.

Cinematography: Jörgen Persson

Film Editor: Janus Billeskov Jansen

Original Music: Stefan Nilsson

Written by Bille August, Per Olov Enquist, Max Lundgren, Bjarne Reuter

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- Glenn Erickson

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Marvel's Iron Fist episode 13 viewing notes: Dragon Plays With Fire

3 April 2017 12:44 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

James Hunt Apr 3, 2017

It's not as if Iron Fist can't be smart, satirical and funny, so why is the finale such a disappointment?

These viewing notes contain spoilers.

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When we last got together at the monthly meeting for the liberal media elite and I was assigned the job of ensuring that Iron Fist was a failure, I wasn’t sure I’d be able to do it. Despite the advance reviews, I was sure that the show would be no worse than the other Marvel Netflix shows, and that I would be unable to surrender my integrity and bash it despite the money being dumped on my front lawn by the wheelbarrowful.

But it turned out I need not have worried, »

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PlayStation 4 and Xbox One bundles: best deals on Amazon now

30 March 2017 6:43 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Mar 31, 2017

The current console kings are the PS4 and the Xbox One. Here are the best prices...

When I was a kid, the rival consoles of the hour were the Sega MegaDrive and the Nintendo 64. Those days are now behind us (although you can still buy those classic consoles), with the 'which one do you have?' console conflict now firmly being a face-off between Sony and Microsoft. 

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The PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One are their current contenders, and our chums at Amazon have some very reasonable prices for whichever one you fancy. Or hey, why not get both and make your home a »

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Legion: 13 questions we have after the season 1 finale

30 March 2017 4:53 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Mar 31, 2017

Legion’s finale was just as barmy as we’ve come to expect. Here are some questions, and our attempts to answer them. Spoilers...

This feature contains spoilers for the Legion finale.

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Legion season one has come to an end, and as you probably could’ve predicted, the finale was a bit of a bamboozling experience. Since season two has already been confirmed, there was no need here for anything to be properly wrapped up.

Instead, in keeping with the show’s mind-bending M.O., we were left with a lot of questions and not many answers when the credits rolled on episode »

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The Void review

16 March 2017 9:02 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

There's a lot of buzz surrounding 80s throwback horror film The Void, but is it actually worth your time?

The horror scene is currently littered with filmmakers who grew up with classic 80s horror movies. I’m old enough to remember the era (super old) and those films got about as much respect from your more discerning audience as the present horror influx does, i.e. basically none; but it’s still acceptably cool to like old horror movies - they’ve had the time to earn it.

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In 15 or 20 years, there’ll no doubt be a bunch of aging horror fans sitting around in the post-nuclear wasteland, »

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‘Fists of Fury’ DVD Review

23 January 2017 8:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Presented by Cynthia Rothrock | Written by Leroy Patterson | Directed by Charles Band

Trailer compilations have, in recent year, become big business, they have also become increasingly important in terms of keeping trailers alive. In this time of streaming and digital downloads, where films come sans trailers and extras, there’s no real way – beyond these types of compilations – of seeing interesting trailers for obscure films you may not be aware of.

Titles such as Trailer War, Trailers from Hell, the UK’s very own Grindhouse Trailer Classics, Drive-In Delirium, Attack of the 80s, and 42nd Street Forever have not only kept the trailers alive in a physical format, but also allowed new audiences to discover new (old) films. Keeping up this tradition is Full Moon, who have released a number of trailer compilations already as part of the Grindhouse line – mainly focussing on the sleazier end of genre cinema like »

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Fists Of Fury: Cynthia Rothrock Explores Old School Kung Fu, on DVD This Month

17 January 2017 5:30 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

If you are under the impression that you need a refresher on bargain bin kung fu cinema then consider taking a look at Fists of Fury, a survey film hosted by one time martial arts legend Cynthia Rothrock. We have included the trailer below. Just in case, you know, you have $15 you do not know what to do with.  Charles Band's label FullMoonDirect is releasing the flick on region free DVD and FullMoonStreaming.com on January 20th. Known for his cult films like The Puppet Master Band produced and directed Fists of Fury.  Earn your cinematic black-belt with Cynthia Rothrock's Fists Of Fury!   This January, get ready for the ultimate explosion of martial arts mayhem as Full Moon Entertainment unleashes Fists Of Fury!   Presented by...

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