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Don’t Look Now: “Ghosts of the future and of the past”

“VENICE IN PERIL” read the signs nestled in the background of quite a few of Nicolas Roeg and Anthony B. Richmond’s stunning deep focus images throughout Don’t Look Now. They’re the calling cards of a very real, and still active, British charity bent on restoring

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They Are Billions (PS4) – The Great Game Versus Control Scheme

Developed and published by Numantian Games, They are Billions is set on a post-apocalyptic planet where players must build and defend colonies in order to survive against the billions of infected that seek to annihilate the last few remaining living people. Can humanity survive after

The Legacy: “A Dated Horror Heirloom for the Late ’70s”

Released to Blu-ray by the excellent Indicator label this week, The Legacy is a 1978 British-American horror mystery starring real-life couple Katherine Ross, Sam Elliott and The Who’s frontman Roger Daltrey. Ross and Elliott star as Maggie Walsh and Pete Danner, lured from their home

Double Face “A Crime Drama in Giallo Clothing”

I haven’t come across any Gialli films that have bored or frustrated me. Whether it is The Red Queen Kills Seven Times or Blood and Black Lace, they have strong qualities that make each film absorbing. Whether that’s eye-popping colour cinematography, a strong mixture of