Any film that uses Led Zepplin’s mighty Immigrant Song to soundtrack not one but two massive battles between good and evil has to be up there with the best.
Actor Sam Elliott has been a film actor for decades. An early role was as the card shark in “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”. He got to say the iconic line “The Dude abides” in “The Big Kowalski” and was Cher’s biker boyfriend in “Mask”.
What the hell is wrong with this film? It’s an increasingly fantastic and bizarre thriller that will just not work for many.
Molly (Perkins) daydreams her days away on Santa Monica beach, with her young nephews in tow. Her nights she spends working as a waitress at a beach bar run by Long John (Chapman).
Sherlock Jr., The General and Steamboat Bill, Jr: the ultimate examples of physical comedy on the grand, even epic scale, are collected here in this Eureka! Masters of Cinema Series edition. All three are from stunning new 4K restorations and available on Blu-ray for the first time.
A surreal and gory Japanese schoolgirl horror film with an implicit feminist line, Tag manages to be hysterical and shrill, ultra-violent but also plaintive and sombre.