3 Seconds Less Of Mickey Rourke’s Buttocks – Cinema Eclectica 226

3 Seconds Less Of Mickey Rourke’s Buttocks – Cinema Eclectica 226

After pursuing the unexpected connection between “Doctor Dolittle” and “White Dog” (and seriously, wouldn’t any connection between those two be unexpected?) Graham and Aidan tackle Chris Morris’s long-awaited follow-up to “Four Lions”. “The Day Shall Come” has an American setting and Anna Kendrick, but does it still have what makes Morris great?

If you’ve forgotten what time of year it is, Off the Shelf will remind you that it’s coming up to Halloween. Aidan looks at StudioCanal’s 4K restoration of Alan Parker’s “Angel Heart”, complete with Mickey Rourke buttock anecdotes. Graham has something even more twisted in the form of 101 Films’s Blu-Ray of Ivan Nagy’s “Skinner”, which is one of those films with A Story behind it.

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