This week Graham embarks on a rogue operation to spy on “Sicario 2: Soldado”, a mission that has been necessitated by defence cuts and CDC alerts (basically some of us were too ill or too broke to see it). After this clandestine outing Rob and
This week we review “Deadpool 2”, and it’s … err … we don’t know actually as that brotherhood of evil comic-book and manga fans called 4-Panel take over the airwaves in a fourth-wall-breaking stunt worthy of the mutated scamp himself. So does it live up
Sometimes drastic measures must be taken in order to bring balance to the universe, which is why we’re making the effort to placate the spoiler-wary by moving our Film of the Week to the back of the show. So we start with Off the Shelf
This week we discover that The Witch is actually the most serious episode of Scooby Doo there ever was. In “Off The Shelf” we look at Blaxploitation icon Pam Grier in “Sheba, Baby”, Swedish surrealism in “Songs from the Second Floor” and new horror icon
Gremlin shenanigans be damned! No-one can slow the good ship Eclectica. It’s the big 4-0, and we have an Amicus/Hammer double with “The Skull” and “The Man Who Could Cheat Death”, the latest installment in our ongoing effort to cover Shinya Tsukamoto’s filmography with “Snake
This week on Cinema Eclectica we break all the rules and anger the Great Internet Overlord. We also manage to cram in reviews of “Kinetta”, “Bitter Lake”, “Diary of a Lost Girl”, “Greatful Dead”, “Wake in Fright”, and “The Children’s Book of Cinema”. That’s right.