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The time has come and gone to make your choices in the Cult TV Awards 2017!  CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VOTING FORM.

Vote Now in the Cult TV Awards 2017

There were five huge prizes up for grabs, all just for telling us your favourites. Find out about what was on offer BY CLICKING HERE. Voting closed at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 10 December 2017. The lucky winners were Graeme Michael of Nottingham (The Brothers 1-7 Complete DVD collection), Adrian Hall of Swadincote and Roger Clark of Wednesbury (1990 complete DVD collection), and Masih Malik of Epsom Downs and David Comerford of Peterborough (Spike Milligan's Q Almost Complete DVD Collection).

Don't forget, there's also the Cult TV Awards Ceremony to attend, for the first time in ten years, on Saturday 30 December 2017.  It's at The Broadway, the newly reopened theatre in Peterborough, and you can find out more BY CLICKING HERE. It's not just a ceremony, there's also a theme party and dinner included - all of which makes it excellent value!

And now, here's the details of all the nominees that got themselves onto the voting form...

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Monday, 20 November 2017

Tag - ouit now on Blu-rayA few minutes into “Tag”, my jaw was on the flaw and I did not know whether to laugh, scream or reach for the sick bucket. I settled mostly on laughing, having immediately skipped back to re-watch a particularly shocking scene again, and make sure I had not imagined it. The film contains some seriously disturbing imagery, but nothing quite matches the opening. School girls, buckets of blood and bewilderment are high on the agenda.

Mitsuko (Reina Treindl) is on a school coach trip when a bizarre disaster strikes. Fleeing for her life from an unknown threat, she bumps into her classmates who she thought were dead, at an unfamiliar school. They think Mitsuko is suffering from amnesia but soon realise something terrible is going on. This Japanese horror movie by director Sion Sono (“Suicide Club”) wants to shock you but also make you think.

Voting has just begun for the Cult TV Awards 2017, having just gone through the nominations stage where you had the chance to help decide the five nominees in each category.

You can access the Voting Form BY CLICKING HERE, and we now take the chance to inform you of the FIVE superb prizes we have up for grabs, thanks to Simply Media, just for supporting your favourites with your votes in this, the crucial stage of proceedings.

In summary, our star prize is the complete collection of THE BROTHERS – all seven seasons over 27 DVDs with a RRP of £149.99!  Next, we have two copies of THE ALMOST COMPLETE ‘Q’ COLLECTION, five DVDs of Spike Milligan madness with a RRP of £29.99.  Finally, we have two copies of 1990 – THE COMPLETE COLLECTION – Edward Woodward’s tale of a ‘near future’ set in the past, running over four DVDs with a RRP of £29.99.

Win prizes for voting in the Cult TV Awards 2017

And don’t forget to book your place for the actual live ceremony itself, happening on Saturday 30 December 2017 at The Broadway (Peterborough).  Further details can be found at:

http://thebroadway.today/index.php/class/cult-tv-awards-2017/

For those who want to know more about what’s on offer, just for voting, here are further details of the prizes…

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Buster Keaton - 3 Films on Blu-rayThis box set presents some of the very best silent movies from the 1920s starring Buster Keaton. It includes “Sherlock Jr.”, “The General” and “Steamboat Bill, Jr.”, along with a wealth of special features and a 60-page book. Each film has been meticulously remastered for Blu-ray from 4K sources, with crisp black and white visuals. Keaton’s trademark physical comedy and impeccable timing have never looked so good.

My review focuses on “The General”, a lively piece set in the early 1860s during the American Civil War. Keaton plays Johnnie Gray, a steam train engineer on the side of the Southern Confederates. Gray’s engine, the titular General, is stolen in an audacious heist by spies from opposing Union forces, and it is down to Gray to recapture the train, rescue his lover who is taken hostage, as well as return home to relay details of a surprise attack.

Voting has just closed in the nominations phase of this year’s Cult TV Awards, in what is now our 24th year of presenting our appreciation of the best in fictional television, to the talent behind the shows that we make time for more than others. Now we move on to the nitty-gritty as the voting form is prepared. As an incentive to cast your nominations, we had one copy each of The Steve Martin DVD Collection, The Peter Sellers DVD Collection, The Richard Pryor DVD Collection, and The ‘Killer B’ DVD Movie Collection, thanks to Fabulous Films/Fremantle Media Enterprises, available as an appreciation to four lucky voters to get their ‘thinking caps’ on and make your nominations.

The Cult TV Awards are back as a live event you can attend

You can find out more about the nomination incentive prizes BY CLICKING HERE. The top five nominations in each category from what you suggest will be compiled onto the Voting Form, which is the next stage of finding out this year’s eventual winners! Nominations closed on 12th November 2017.

You can also attend the actual CULT TV AWARDS 2017 Ceremony, Dinner and Party on Saturday 30th December 2017.  Tickets are available NOW. Find out more BY CLICKING HERE.

Voting has just closed in the nominations phase of this year’s Cult TV Awards, in what is now our 24th year of presenting our appreciation of the best in fictional television, to the talent behind the shows that we make time for more than others. The voting stage, featuring the top five in each Awards category, will be starting shortly - look out for the announcement, and more big prizes up for grabs, just for taking part.

Prizes for nominating in the Cult TV Awards 2017

You can find out more about making your nominations BY CLICKING HERE. You will also find a link to the nominations form at THIS LINK. As an incentive to make your votes, four lucky nominators have secured one of a quartet of DVD prizes from Fabulous Films.  These were The Peter Sellers Collection (won by Sue Wellings of Rushden), The Steve Martin Collection (won by Philippa Chapman of Glastonbury), The ‘Killer B’ Movie Collection (won by Colin Copper of March) and The Richard Pryor Collection (won by Matthew John Restaino of Walton - who was fourth out of the hat, but his first choice had already been taken).  Here we give you full details of what they won, simply for them elling us their favourites for 2017…

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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

The Vikings - available now on Blu-ray“The Vikings” is a star-studded historical epic featuring Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh and Ernest Bourgnine. Einar (Douglas – “Spartacus”, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”) is an impetuous, war-waging Viking prince who becomes infatuated with an English princess (Leigh – “Psycho”, “Touch of Evil”), and driven by his hatred of Eric, a defiant slave who is actually his bastard half-brother, though neither of them know it.

Eric (Curtis – “Some Like it Hot”, “The Defiant Ones”) is the offspring of Viking King Ragnar (Borgnine – “The Wild Bunch”, “The Dirty Dozen”) and an English queen, who seems fated to big things. The swashbuckling, melodramatic story is based on a novel by Edison Marshall, and directed by Richard Fleischer (“Tora! Tora! Tora!”, “Soylent Green”).

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Monday, 16 October 2017

The Party - Out now on Blu-rayThe dynamite duo of Peter Sellers and director Blake Edwards (“The Pink Panther”, “A Shot in the Dark”) return for this comedy about an accident-prone Indian actor who is mistakenly invited to a prestigious Hollywood dinner party. Hrundi V Bakshi (Sellers) arrives at the palatial residence of movie mogul Geoffrey Clutterbuck, and immediately begins to weave a web of chaos in the best slapstick tradition of Inspector Clouseau, Laurel and Hardy, and Mr Bean.

Bakshi is not the only individual disrupting the party, however, as overbearing, egotistical big-wigs try to force themselves on up-and-coming starlets, and an alcoholic waiter causes friction in the kitchen. And that is before a baby elephant makes an appearance! A homage to the silent movie era, this largely improvised farce is heavy on physical comedy and light on dialogue, and based on recent events is as topical now as must have 50 years ago.

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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Hannibal Brooks - out now on DVDOliver Reed (“Gladiator”, “Oliver!”) stars in this unusual World War II movie about a British soldier’s mission to escort an elephant from a zoo in Munich to Innsbruck in neighbouring Austria. The plan is to take a train but then a German officer commandeers their carriage and Brooks is forced to go on foot, with an attractive Polish cook and two guards for company. Michael Winner of “Death Wish” fame directs.

There is a bit of everything in this film – action, comedy, romance, suspense and at the centre of it all is Lucy the elephant, who acts as both a hindrance and a vital aid when events take a perilous turn. Reluctant soldier Hannibal (Reed) crosses paths time and again with an American POW called Packy (Michael J. Pollard – “Bonnie and Clyde”, “Scrooged”) and his growing guerrilla army, leading to some nervous exchanges.

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Sunday, 24 September 2017

Gotham - Season 3 out now on Blu-ray and DVDAnarchy reigns in Gotham as escapees from the Indian Hill research lab run riot, whilst Jim Gordon has left the GCPD and become a lone bounty hunter. Adding to the chaos is murderous hypnotist The Mad Hatter and the mysterious Court of Owls who are pulling strings throughout the city. Meanwhile, an adolescent Bruce Wayne is slowly but surely gaining in experience, strength and a sense of purpose as a future Batman.

Released on home video in the before its broadcast on other channels and streaming services, it has been a frustratingly long wait for UK Gotham fans. Has it been worth it? On balance I would have to say yes. The show has a more confident feel to it now, with characters that are slowly but surely developing into the comic book supervillains and superheroes we know and love (or love to hate).

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