Category Archives: Cinema Eclectica

Cinema Eclectica 29 – Underground, Overground, Xenomorphs Free

  We destroy more childhood favourites this week – you have been warned. Our packed “Off the Shelf” section features the 2009 cult horror The Loved Ones, the Iranian new-wave classic The Apple, and Anand Patwardhan’s gripping nuclear documentary War & Peace. After that we

Cinema Eclectica 26 – Sexy Funny Games with Sad Keanu

This week we’re neck-deep in a crazy heatwave – which makes for a much looser show because of all the melting brains. Our featured movies in our “Off The Shelf” section are Samuel Fuller’s Forty Guns, Frank Borzage’s lost film-noir Moonrise and Eli Roth’s latest

Cinema Eclectica 25 – Groucho Mutant Ninja Turtles

Any time we get news that can give us the inspiration for an episode title like that, we know it’s generally going to be a good news week. In “Off The Shelf” we take a look at Albert Serra and Second Run’s Story of My

Cinema Eclectica 24 – Things Went A Little Bit Kryten

After getting lost in the deep, dark shrubbery that is the news (and thus making this one of our longest shows so far), we dive straight into the still waters of “Off the Shelf” with an eclectic mix of silver-screen goodness. On this episode Rob

Cinema Eclectica 23 – Grit, Filth and Ron Perlman

Apologies for the delay – this week we’re going rogue (again). On this episode we get right into things with two trailers of the week before diving into a vast collection of titles – both old and new. In “Off the Shelf” we take a

Cinema Eclectica 22 – Death by Grapes

Things get a bit dark this week and now we can’t watch The Family-Ness for a while. On this week’s episode we take a look at Peter Bogdanovich’s Paper Moon, eccentric French auteur-extraordinaire Jean Rollin’s Lost in New York, the underappreciated Miyizaki gem Porco Rosso

Cinema Eclectica 21 – Hey, Hey – Man Tears!

It’s a slow news week because Cannes has rolled around again, but we give it the old college try anyway. In “Off the Shelf” we discuss Fritz Lang’s silent classic Frau Im Mond before discovering the strange wonders of  Second Run’s Polish Cinema Collection Volume