Ted Kotcheff's remarkable movie Wake In Fright is a brutal prowl across a battered wasteland. Or you might even say two wastelands: the Australian outback and a man's broken soul.
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F. W. Murnau's classic will be back in UK cinemas just in time for Halloween.
And a little bit about Snowpiercer and region coding too.
And they are another fine selection.
"The best and most terrifying film about Australia in existence." - Nick Cave
Douglas Sirk, Michelangelo Antonioni, Antonio Campos, Federico Fellini and Maurice Pialat are all set to make an appearance in the coming months.
A nostalgic comedy set in the 80s.
A Japanese ghost story, a riddle from France, a story of the South Seas and much more.
Including: one good reason you should disobey Stanley Kubrick.
Chabrol, Clouzot, Lubitsch and more.
A raft of announcements and lots more besides.
Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly. First off let me apologise for the lateness of this month's column, which was originally intended to be up a couple of weeks ago. Although delayed, by my moving house, the column still has plenty of fresh news and three reviews of new Masters of Cinema releases. My new home has a lot […]
Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly. Last month I brought you news of all the latest announcements from MoC, click back here to find them all. Due to the timing of my column going up though there was one announcement that came just that little bit too late to make it in. In case you […]
An incredibly full column overflowing with good stuff.
Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly and Seasons Greetings! Masters of Cinema have recently posted their own Seasons Greetings message here with the image above of Hitchcock peeking out from behind a turkey. Most likely an image chosen simply because it's a good one but it does actually tie into something I've been speculating about since Masters of […]
Douglas Trumbull's wonderful directorial debut Silent Running is released on Blu-ray today, its first time in this format. The release is limited edition so don't hang around if you want to pick one up. You should, it's great. You can read all about this new release in Masters of Cinema Monthly, and also enter a competition to […]
Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly. As this month's column comes shortly after the previous one there's not too much MoC news. I'm therefore going to just focus on the two latest releases, the first fruits of MoC's deal with Universal – Silent Running and Touch of Evil. These are really extraordinary releases though, and […]
Craig Skinner writes for Bleeding Cool. Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly, a regular column here at Bleeding Cool dedicated to The Masters of Cinema Series. Every month I shall be writing about the latest Masters of Cinema news and taking a look at their latest titles. Below you can find news on forthcoming releases and reviews […]
We do like the Masters of Cinema DVD and Blu-ray label here at Bleeding Cool – you may have noticed as we started a regular column on their lavish special edition releases. They're often called "Britain's Criterion", and I suppose that is easy enough to accept, if a touch condescending. One of their upcoming discs […]
We love the Masters of Cinema range of DVD and Blu-ray releases, and have often been caught recommending their titles. They're a UK imprint of Eureka films, and for Little Bleeders in the US, getting a hold of their titles is simply a case of shopping online and having the discs shipped to you. And […]