Fresh from a 4K restoration, 1987’s Stagefright is the latest addition to Shameless Films’ sleazy sensations. Pictured on the front cover is the Night Owl wielding a chainsaw, but make no mistake - this isn’t Peter Gabriel in Genesis, but instead a psychotic killer with a theatre production at his whim.
News: Blue Finch Film Releasing to release ‘The Man Standing Next’ in Virtual Cinemas and on Digital Download in the coming months
From Blue Finch Film Releasing, the Korean political thriller, The Man Standing Next, will be released in Virtual Cinemas (including Curzon Home Cinema) on 25th June, and then on Digital Download 5th July. Here’s what they had to say:
For SetTheTape.com: “Time and Tide (2000) – Blu-ray Review”
” From Eureka Entertainment – one of the best boutique home video labels – the Hong Kong action classic Time and Tide is the latest to experience a worthwhile and immaculate upgrade to Limited Edition Blu-ray
Blu-ray Review: ‘Raw’ (2016)
From Second Sight Films, the 2016 film Raw is in receipt of an updated Blu-ray release, and it may be the best one yet. Presented beautifully with a full range of lengthy extras, the updated package is a presentation of unbeatable value in the competitive market of boutique Blu-rays.
Film Review: ‘I Am Toxic’ (2018)
A futuristic, yet frightening film, I Am Toxic (Soy toxico) is a Spanish-language dystopian sci-fi film set in 2101 Buenos Aires. From Pablo Pares, this post-apocalyptic adventure is painfully gruesome in both its imagery and context.
For The Digital Fix: “Breathless 4K UHD Review”
60 years after its original release, the epitome of cool - behind and in front of the camera - gets the 4K restoration treatment it wholly deserves. À bout de souffle, better known as Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless, is the latest of Studiocanal’s prestige 4K releases.
Film Review: ‘Play. Pause. Kill.’ (2020)
When a film opens with a great techno score, you know it's legit. The terrifically titled Play. Pause. Kill not only opens with a killer soundtrack...
For SetTheTape.com: “Manchester Film Festival: Nona”
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi Michael Polish’s Nona closed the 2018 Manchester Film Festival, as audiences were left depressed with the presentation of how hope and risk can lead to despicable outcomes that no woman should have... Continue Reading →
My “30 Day Movie Challenge” Complete
Evening, if you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my "30 Day Movie Challenge" pictures, of which I've just finished completing - it was fun/interesting - I've now added the complete package onto this post (yes, Days 1 to 30). Look below to see my choices, folks. And enjoy. Day 1 - Favourite... Continue Reading →
So, I Semi-Recently Watched One of My Girlfriend’s Favourite Films…
Evening. So, as the titles states, I semi-recently watched one of my girlfriend's favourite films. Now, she's big on French film (and French things in general) - French film to her is what "New Hollywood" films are to me - my favourites! Together, we watched Amélie (Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain). Having not watched much French Cinema... Continue Reading →