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Started by Captain Crunch, May 13, 2018, 10:37:34 PM
Quote from: Isnt Anything on June 16, 2018, 10:59:00 PMNext Friday, 22 June at 9.10pm, theyre showing the USAs glossy remake of Threads called The Day After (1983). The film that allegedly convinced Reagan to make peace with the USSR.( its actually on now but already an hour in, so i looked for the next screening )
Quote from: Isnt Anything on June 22, 2018, 09:14:35 PMJust a reminder this has just started.
Quote from: Isnt Anything on June 22, 2018, 09:33:47 PMNot seen it since it was first shown mind, could be total shite instead of just slightly shite.
Quote from: Isnt Anything on June 30, 2018, 10:28:43 PM'The Final Programme (1973)' is on in just under an hour, 23:20 to 01:10. Never seen it but is supposed to be good.Mind you BBC2 has Ian Dury biopic 'Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (2010)' opposite it from 23:05 to 00:55, so thank God for DVRs, eh ?
Quote from: studpuppet on June 30, 2018, 10:50:28 PMBy any definition, The Final Programme is the way to go.
Quote from: A Hat Like That on March 08, 2019, 11:30:38 AMThis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_X:_The_Name_of_the_Gamewas on last night. A faux film noir thriller starring, errr, Norman Wisdom. It had all the tropes of some hard boiled 1950s detective film, voice over, sultry women, men in suits being tough but the image on the screen?
QuoteThe stories are mostly based in and around Amsterdam, where Commissaris van der Valk is a cynical yet intuitive detective. Drugs, sex and murder are among the gritty themes of the casework, contrasted against picturesque Amsterdam locations.Van der Valk also contrasts with his naïve assistant, Inspecteur Johnny Kroon, played by Michael Latimer, and his superior, Hoofd-commissaris Samson, who deals with the political fallout of the cases.
Quote from: Phil_A on March 08, 2019, 12:07:37 PMI'm picturing a kind of prototype for Blue Ruin with Pipkin in the lead role, there's no way it can possibly live up to that mental image, is there?
Quote from: Blumf on April 16, 2019, 11:29:47 AMHeh, Shoestring must be next.
Quote from: Blumf on April 16, 2019, 11:29:47 AMCaught Fear Is the Key (1972) the other night. Really nice car chase at the start, then the rest is okay.
QuoteA cosmic force is turning earth girls into queen bees who 'love' their men to death.
Quote from: Ambient Sheep on April 16, 2019, 12:30:24 PMI came in halfway through that and left again, cross that I'd missed what seemed to be a good film. Will look out for it next time.
QuoteLunch Hour (1962) -- a lovely little B-movie that I caught earlier this year. A somewhat-black comedy drama about a couple trying to have an affair in their lunch hour. As it progresses it starts to get increasingly surreal, I suspect a bit avant-garde for the time. Quite a racy theme for the time, too
Quotea British Supernatural television anthology series produced by Thames Television for ITV between 1975 and 1978. Extending over three seasons, it featured ghost and horror dramas for children.Guest actors included John Nettleton, Gareth Thomas, Jenny Agutter, Pauline Quirke, Brian Glover, June Brown, Rachel Herbert, Jacqueline Pearce and Gwyneth Strong. Notable writers for the series included J. B. Priestley, Fay Weldon and PJ Hammond.
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