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Forum: General Film Discussions 25th June 2015, 05:16 AM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Blast of Silence (1961) - My 4th must see...

Blast of Silence (1961) - My 4th must see masterpiece of the past few months (see also No Way Out, Patterns and The Breaking Point). This is the tombstone at the end of the classic Flm Noir era, a...
Forum: General Film Discussions 21st June 2015, 07:57 PM
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Views: 1,062,244
Posted By Handyman Joe
Three great ones this weekend Patterns...

Three great ones this weekend

Patterns (1954) - Another for the 'why the hell have I never heard of this' file. Three incredible lead male performances, two solid female supporting ones (actresses...
Forum: General Film Discussions 21st June 2015, 07:17 PM
Replies: 33,041
Views: 1,062,244
Posted By Handyman Joe
Cheers Mr D, big Dureya fan so will definitely...

Cheers Mr D, big Dureya fan so will definitely check this out
Forum: General Film Discussions 19th June 2015, 09:21 PM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Let's go with a dirty dozen The Two Mrs...

Let's go with a dirty dozen

The Two Mrs Carrolls - An old school entertainment. Melodramatic shenanigans laced with neat noir, Bogie as a tortured, torturing painter, Babs Stanwyck in silent era...
Forum: Horror Stars & Directors 11th June 2015, 08:20 PM
Replies: 42
Views: 749
Posted By Handyman Joe
A genuine legend, perhaps the last of the golden...

A genuine legend, perhaps the last of the golden age. Last saw him as Mycroft in Billy Wilders Sherlock Holmes movie - great as always. The sheer diversity of his work was something missed in the...
Forum: General Film Discussions 30th May 2015, 05:18 PM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Spring Breakers - a very odd affair - starts off...

Spring Breakers - a very odd affair - starts off by rubbing your face in the worst MTV cliches - ugly digital images of boozing, stripping etc - go on turn me off it seems to be saying. I didn't and...
Forum: General Film Discussions 22nd May 2015, 04:21 AM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Two brilliant old movies to recommend - No...

Two brilliant old movies to recommend -

No Way Out (1950) - Brutal race drama with Richard Widmark as a vile redneck and Sidney Poitier as a conflicted paramedic. Some amazing noirish scenes, no...
Forum: General Film Discussions 10th May 2015, 09:09 AM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
The Sound of Fury - A decent, hopelessly poor...

The Sound of Fury - A decent, hopelessly poor guy, in post war USA is seduced by a flash loud mouth crook (Lloyd Bridges, a great OTT performance) into a wheelman gig - only one way this is going....
Forum: General Film Discussions 1st May 2015, 05:47 AM
Replies: 33,041
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Border Incident - Anthony Mann remaking his T-Men...

Border Incident - Anthony Mann remaking his T-Men only this time set on the U.S./Mexico border. Illegal migrant workers are being exploited and killed by ruthless farmer hired thugs (yes, 60 odd...
Forum: General Film Discussions 26th April 2015, 06:49 AM
Replies: 33,041
Views: 1,062,244
Posted By Handyman Joe
Odds Against Tomorrow - it's been a while since a...

Odds Against Tomorrow - it's been a while since a movie troubled my top ten noirs, was beginning to think I'd seen all the greats - then this one came along. What we have here is one of those...
Forum: General Film Discussions 19th April 2015, 08:58 PM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
The Manchurian Candidate - the original, not the...

The Manchurian Candidate - the original, not the new Blu but the old MGM DVD. Watched this the day Angela Landsbury got her lifetime award - that wierd synchronicity that often happens when you...
Forum: General Film Discussions 8th April 2015, 05:35 PM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Survival of the Dead - George, George, George,...

Survival of the Dead - George, George, George, how could you fall so low? This movie isn't quite as bad as Argento's Dracula but that's not even damning with faint praise. Where do you start? - how...
Forum: General Film Discussions 3rd April 2015, 09:09 PM
Replies: 33,041
Views: 1,062,244
Posted By Handyman Joe
The Voices - Loved the concept - Look Who's...

The Voices - Loved the concept - Look Who's Talking meets Henry - thought the first 45 was pretty good but sad to report the plot has nowhere to go after the second murder, things peter out and no...
Forum: General Film Discussions 3rd April 2015, 08:37 PM
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Posted By Handyman Joe
That's very kind mate, good to be back- any...

That's very kind mate, good to be back- any other Egoyon recommendations welcome, or should I get the complete box for 28 sqidgers? Hmm
Forum: General Film Discussions 2nd April 2015, 08:32 PM
Replies: 33,041
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Posted By Handyman Joe
How's everyone doing, not been here for a while,...

How's everyone doing, not been here for a while, lots to raise, here's 12 randoms.

It Follows - Just phenomenal, stands tall with Rec and Let the Right One In as one of the best horrors of the...
Forum: General Film Discussions 20th January 2015, 05:34 AM
Replies: 33,041
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Posted By Handyman Joe
I've 10 minutes before train, here goes - ...

I've 10 minutes before train, here goes -

The Naked City - the attempt to cram all of NY into one movie becomes like parody at times. Buried under the weight of detail is a decent murder mystery....
Forum: General Film Discussions 27th December 2014, 10:08 PM
Replies: 33,041
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Posted By Handyman Joe
Merry Xmas everyone -managed to cram in a few...

Merry Xmas everyone -managed to cram in a few this week

The Lady From Shanghai - My fav Welles movie - there's a wonderful dreamlike flow to this, from the soundtrack (torch songs, tiki tiki,...
Forum: General Film Discussions 14th December 2014, 02:59 PM
Replies: 33,041
Views: 1,062,244
Posted By Handyman Joe
Managed to get 4 films in this weekend despite...

Managed to get 4 films in this weekend despite the disapproval of her indoors - bit of a frosty atmosphere round Chez Joe! Worth it though, all goodies.

Army of Shadows- this immersive trip into...
Forum: General Film Discussions 13th December 2014, 12:28 PM
Replies: 40,548
Views: 1,333,670
Posted By Handyman Joe
Saw this myself for the first time recently -...

Saw this myself for the first time recently - decidedly mixed feelings - some amazing images and satire but Jodorowskys use of animals as expendable props and his use of deformed/disabled people as...
Forum: General Film Discussions 5th December 2014, 04:51 PM
Replies: 33,041
Views: 1,062,244
Posted By Handyman Joe
I. Bring tidings of a must buy for All Region Blu...

I. Bring tidings of a must buy for All Region Blu Ray types - you can get both these movies in a double bill - excellent transfers - for 2.80 plus postage!

Ship of Fools - Another Stanley Kramer...
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