Nuclear Madness

At the height of the Cold War official propaganda was aimed at lulling the population into accepting the idea of nuclear war as somehow normal and “manageable”, as depicted in the Central Office of Information short The Hole in the Ground (1962) which shows no-nonsense bureaucrats getting on with the job of “maintaining order” during an attack on Britain.

Blasts from the past

Edmund Goulding’s Nightmare Alley (1947):
Criterion Blu-ray review

Dorothy Arzner’s Merrily We Go to Hell (1932):
Criterion Blu-ray review

DVD Review: Robert Conrad Double Feature

Recent BFI releases

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