DVD of the Week: Loving Memory (1970)

Of the two Scott brothers, I’ve always had a preference for Ridley. No doubt the writers of Cinema Scope would attribute this to my innate middle-brow pretensions,  but I’ve never managed to grasp their argument for Tony’s superiority (editor Mark Peranson on Unstoppable: “it is the key Hollywood film of this typically weak quarter, thanks […]

Blasts from the past

Julien Duvivier in the Thirties: Eclipse 44

Guest Post: Considering Anthony Asquith

Early winter viewing, part 2

Miklós Jancsó … and others: RIP