After looking at the winners and one big loser from Cannes 2019, it’s time for Eclectica to return to its B-sides series where we look back at recent films that we weren’t able to cover at the time of their release, and this week are
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.
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
Are you into shame, but not in a weird sex way? If so, this is the Eclectica for you. Prompted by the recent re-release of Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather”, Rob, Aidan and Mick are looking at the original gangster saga (some of them, it
On this week’s episode there are some dark, disturbing revelations. In our Off the Shelf section we take a look at Sidney Lumet’s 1970’s classic Network, a boxset featuring the work of Chris Marker, the rather alarming soap opera-like Be My Baby, and the silent