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An amateur blog reviewing classic movies, specialising in the Hollywood Golden Age, film noir, British comedy and world cinema.
The Proud Valley (1940)
2016-11-26 15:50
London’s BFI Southbank is currently staging its now-customary end-of-year blockbuster season. 2016’s retrospective is Black Star, a celebration of the black community’s con… Read More
Scott Of The Antarctic (1948)
2016-06-05 15:56
Studiocanal is currently in the process of restoring some of the lesser-known titles from Ealing's back catalogue for a debut Blu-ray release. The latest to benefit from a 2K digital spit-sh… Read More
The Naked Spur (1953)
2016-05-14 18:01
High in the Colorado Rockies, bounty hunter Howard Kemp (James Stewart) pursues killer Ben Vandergroat (Robert Ryan), enlisting the help of craggy prospector Jesse Tate (Millard Mitchell) an… Read More
The Holly & The Ivy (1952)
2016-05-10 19:43
This unjustly forgotten British Christmas picture from Alexander Korda's London Films proves to be astonishingly fresh 63 years on - thematically speaking, at least - and well worth a revisi… Read More
Yellow Sky (1948)
2016-05-10 11:15
William A. Wellman's Yellow Sky is currently showing in London as part of the BFI Southbank's Shakespeare On Film season to mark the quatercentenary of the Bard's death and is well worth see… Read More
2015-12-20 12:07
The picture that gave the world Irving Berlin's 'White Christmas', this musical caper starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire is actually a far more erratic and frankly odd affair than you may… Read More
2015-12-18 17:25
Before Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray became embroiled in murderous insurance fraud, they were paired together in this pleasing seasonal screwball scripted by Preston Sturges. Stanwyck… Read More
2015-12-15 22:48
This unjustly forgotten British Christmas picture from Alexander Korda's London Films proves to be astonishingly fresh 63 years on - thematically speaking, at least - and well worth a revisi… Read More
2015-12-15 14:42
Behind every great man, there's a great woman. In the case of Salford leathersmith Will Mossop (John Mills), that lady is Maggie Hobson (Brenda De Banzie), the eldest daughter of his boss, t… Read More
2015-11-27 10:13
There's a sly reference to Patricia Highsmith's pseudonymously published 1952 novel The Price Of Salt, on which this latest prestige picture from Todd Haynes is based, in AMC's Mad Men… Read More

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