Venturing through the archives on Fridays, well my ever growing DVD/Blu-Ray collection, when time permits in what can only be described as a hectic lifestyle, I’ll bring you a random DVD/Blu-Ray from my collection with a review and why I enjoy the film so much. Yes some of you will totally disagree, but let’s face it, a blog is for discussion at the end of the day.
So if you enjoy movies, then check out the Film Friday posts for a rather mad cap collection of movie titles, that may just surprise you and even some you might not of heard of, you just never know.
Now I do have to admit that I love the classic movies from the 70s and with a lot of them and Spanish Fly included they all seemed to move towards taking a Carry On film style, but with a more adult orientated view. Spanish Fly from 1976 is no exception as … Continue reading →
Tricked into joining the RAF by a wily judge, wide boy Horace Pope (Alfred Lynch) sets his sights on the main chance, teams with slow-witted, good-hearted gypsy Pedlar Pascoe (Sean Connery), and works up a lucrative racket in conning both his colleagues and the RAF. By means of various devious … Continue reading →
Those of you with a keen eye looking at the categories here on Blazing Minds will have noticed the Film Friday category and those that have been reading the blog since it started over 4 years ago (wow time flies) will remember that I had a series posting about some … Continue reading →
It’s been a while since the last Classic Film Friday post, so as I mentioned last week, I’ve decided to bring the series back, in the Classic Film Friday series I bring you a film that you may have seen or may not seen, some will be very old and … Continue reading →
It’s Friday, which can mean only one thing, it’s nearly Saturday, ok two things, it means it’s time for my choice in this weeks Classic Film Friday. As a lone stranger rolls in to a town filled with hate. We have the start of a collection of probably the best … Continue reading →
Who You Gonna Call? Ghostbusters is just one of those films that even since it release 27 yeas ago, it is still funny and you can’t say that about many films these days. With its sometimes dry humour and outrageously funny take on three college professor going into the Ghostbusters business, it … Continue reading →
With the news that Hollywood in their stupidity is yet again making more remakes and this time it seems that cult classic “The Evil Dead” is in line for a remake, it’s time to remind ourselves of the superb original directed by Sam Raimi and starring the legendary Bruce Campbell. An Original … Continue reading →
Love it or hate it Highlander was one of those movies that has a divided fanbase. I’ve talked to several people that have said “I can’t stand any of those films” or “Loved the films and the series” and I have to say I’m the latter. With news of Hollywood … Continue reading →
Nights in Rodanthe PG-13 for some sensuality Genre: Drama, Romance Running Time: 1 hour 38 minutes In Theaters: September 26, 2008 On DVD: February 10, 2009 Box Office: $41.8 million Warner Bros. Pictures – Village Roadshow It’s Classic Movie Friday here on Blazing Minds and I’m honored to take part … Continue reading →
Akira has to be one of those ground breaking movies that even after all these years since it first came out still has the power to excite and delight the watcher. Discovering Akira I first saw Akira many years ago in the cinema, with subtitles and with its original Japanese … Continue reading →
So from the title I expect you’re thinking of the bond movie with Daniel Craig in his first role as James Bond 007, well no, I’m talking about the 1966 film with Peter Sellers and David Niven. Being a fan of Peter Sellers this is a must DVD to have … Continue reading →
In the 1980′s a young James Cameron was fairly unknown and came up with the idea of a movie that would make his name, even though his agent at the time said the idea for “The Terminator” was a bad idea. James Cameron fired his agent and got to writing … Continue reading →