At Christmastime, if I’ve been a good boy, I usually get a couple of movie and TV books to enjoy during the more relaxed, quiet days of the holiday (before the inevitable New Year’s Eve brawl). This go-around, I was fortune to receive Simon Sheridan’s exhaustive, marvelously entertaining Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades… Read More ‘Confessions of a Pop Performer’ (1975): Brit sex comedy by future Bond screenwriter still a hoot
Flashy but familiar, bait-and-switch ABC Movie of the Week entry.
Mill Creek Entertainment has continued the beloved “drive-in double feature” tradition with the spiffy Blu-ray release, Nightwing and Shadow of the Hawk.
A spiffed-up, bonus-heavy collector’s edition of the Stephen King horror classic.
1977’s Rollercoaster is a first-rate TV suspenser, blasted onto the big screen via Sensurround.
Disney-fied PG-rated hijinks at a distressingly chaste, mildly drug-fueled, not-nearly-as-gay-as-we-expected late 1970s Hollywood disco!
A mythic fantasy…shot in laconic, bare-knuckled, tough-as-shoe leather “realistic” style, with one central message: you gotta fight to survive…any way you can.