Month: November 2019

What’s New Pussycat?

“What’s new pussycat?” Tom Jones roars over the opening titles designed by Richard Williams, later the animation director on Who Framed Roger Rabbit as well as a contributor
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Operation Petticoat

Originally released in December 1959, it was not until the following year that the launch of the perennially unfortunate submarine USS Sea Tiger would have an impact, Operation
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Knives Out

The eighty-fifth birthday of crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is a cause for celebration, surrounded by his loving family, his successful real estate businesswoman daughter Linda with her husband
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Kill Ben Lyk

Ben Lyk has a problem; an aspiring YouTube star who will do anything for likes but more often ends up slapped in the face or publicly humiliated, he
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Hitch Hike to Hell

It is the nature of hitch-hiking to be transient; a series of faces, of vehicles, of inconsequential conversations, the road passing by between stop-offs which more than likely
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Brian Stimpson, the meticulously organised headmaster of Thomas Tompion Comprehensive School, could be considered clockwise, ahead of his time with the timetables of every student and member of
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The Mandalorian

Broadcast November 17th, 1978, though now largely and understandably sidelined in the larger continuity, the Star Wars Holiday Special was the first television spin-off of the hugely successful
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Der Golem

An epic tale of religious persecution and of the supernatural, of powers ancient and ultimately uncontrollable, it is difficult to believe that Der Golem was first released just
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