When Cold Pursuit was released earlier this year you could hear the critics snickering up their sleeves (well, you could if you drowned out the furore that surrounded certain comments made by its leading man, Liam Neeson, during an interview promoting the film) at what
Growing up as I did in the 1980s, I well remember the original Widows – Lynda La Plante’s 1983 miniseries about four women who have no option but to follow in the footsteps of their late husbands and partners and into a life of crime.
It was a dark and stormy night, which explains why we all stayed indoors to watch “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” rather than going out to see the latest addition to the Potter-verse or whatever it’s called. Mark’s handling that one, so Rob and Graham
A New Duo Emerges! Join Aidan and Sarah as they discuss the latest film from the critically adored Steve McQueen, and what they find is that “Widows” is strangest of all beasts – an accessible film (well, accessible for Steve McQueen anyway as that guy
In interviews, Jackie Chan has admitted again and again that he prefers working in Hong Kong over America, he has stated that in his native Hong Kong the camera is an observer in any action scene, watching the events take place, allowing the performers to
We’re back with a new platform and some very old features including the long-awaited return of Director’s Lottery (this times it’s Otto Preminger’s “Anatomy of a Murder”), and a new set of B-sides. Join us as we dive into Viola Davis’ Oscar-winning performance in “Fences”,
2017 is here and we are too. All hail Skeletor! As with the start of any new year we’re going on a diet and cutting down on all that excess fat, which means one simple thing – welcome to the new look Eclectica! Join us