Tag Archives: director’s cut
Penn Jillette, the closest thing to a Barnum and Bailey barker in the film and TV right now, is being busy out there on the web, drumming up interest via social media.
Studio Canal have restored Robin Hardy’s much-loved fable of the superstitious vs. reason, on of the most lauded horror films of all time.
I was remiss in not posting this a couple of weeks back but it just crossed my mind again, I realised it had yet to “go wide” and so I thought I’d share it. Why not? So… here’s the short …
Try not to read it in “one of his voices.”
Perhaps. Though it isn’t clear.
It’s just a rumour that’s been spread around town – for now, anyway – but people are saying The Dark Knight Rises will be released in a new, director’s cut on DVD and Blu-ray. It seems that Nuke The Fridge …
From the Prometheus we didn’t get.
One of the best movies of “last year” is getting longer, hopefully better.
While we’ve known for a while that a restored, extended cut of Sergio Leone‘s nostalgic gangster reverie Once Upon A Time In America was coming, we didn’t know when – and we certainly didn’t know how long it was going …