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Monday, 09 March 2015

Sirius - on DVD and Digital Download“Sirius” is a crowd-funded, feature-length documentary that explores a broad range of topics including UFOs, alien autopsies, the military-industrial complex and ground-breaking scientific research into new methods of propulsion and energy generation. It is fronted by Dr Steven Greer, founder of the Centre for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI) and The Disclosure Project, and narrated by actor Thomas Jane.

Ostensibly the movie deals with the autopsy of the Atacama skeleton, a six-inch, well-preserved being discovered in the desert in 2003. In between footage of the alien-esque body being examined by experts, the documentary also gives a lot of background on Greer and his associates, their work to encourage governments to release secret files on UFOs and technology, and the methods they employ for attempting to make contact with alien civilisations.

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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

The Last Seduction comes to Blu-rayLinda Fiorentino steals every scene in sizzling style in this film noire thriller. Bridget Gregory (Fiorentino - "Men in Black", "Dogma") is a con artist who runs off with $700,000 of drug money, leaving husband Clay (Bill Pullman - "Independence Day", "The Equalizer") in a spot of bother with some unsavoury loan-sharks. Bridget hides up in a small town in New York State, biding her time until she can work out her next move.

One night, our anti-heroine bumps into Mike, a depressed claims-adjuster (Peter Berg - "Collateral", The Leftovers) in a bar and this spiky encounter leads to a frequent, no-strings-attached sexual relationship. Meanwhile, with his life on the line, Clay along with his P I (Bill Nunn - "Spider-Man") are intent on tracking Bridget down. John Dahl ("Rounders", "Joy Ride") directs this twisting tale of manipulation and skulduggery.

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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

The Equalizer - Blood and Wine - Out on DVDEdward Woodward is the original and best Robert McCall. The character is a retired covert intelligence officer, wanting to make amends for his sins of the past by offering his services, free of charge, as a troubleshooter, protector and investigator. Aided by a group of former associates who he knows from his undercover days, he protects the streets of New York City, offering his own form of justice to those who reply to his newspaper classifieds advert: “Odds Against You? Need Help? Call The Equalizer. 212-555-4200.”

To coincide with the DVD and Blu-ray release of the hit Sony Columbia movie “The Equalizer” starring Denzel Washington this week, Fabulous Films are putting out a feature- length made for television episode of the original series. “Blood and Wine” guest stars Telly Savalas of Kojak fame, and it’s no small wonder that one of the most well thought-of stories is there as a taster for the four seasons of The Equalizer that are already out on DVD. There should be a huge amount of interest from those who have no memory of Edward Woodward’s defining version of the character, as the Washington movie grossed nearly $200 million worldwide at the box office. And now, thanks to Fabulous Films and Cult TV, you could have had the chance to win one of three copies of “Blood and Wine” up for grabs in our prize competition.

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Monday, 19 January 2015

Two for the Road - out on Dual-Format Blu-ray and DVDPart relationship study, part travelogue, "Two for the Road" is a warm and amusing film  that is also a dramatic inspection of how time and events can put a strain on couples. Audrey Hepburn ("Breakfast at Tiffany's") and Albert Finney ("Annie") star as Joanna and Mark Wallace, with support from Eleanor Bron ("A Little Princess") and William Daniels ("The Graduate") as their friends Cathy and Howard Manchester.

Directed by Stanley Donen ("Charade") and scored by "The Pink Panther" legend Henry Mancini, the movie darts backwards and forwards between a number of different stages of the Wallaces' marriage, typically whilst on holiday in France. They start off poor but besotted with each other, joyfully hitchhiking their way across the country, and end up with a lot of emotional baggage and a daughter, more wealthy but not necessarily better off.

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Monday, 19 January 2015

The Intruder on DVDA former army colonel returns to his home one night to discover that the house has been broken into, and the armed burglar is still inside. Switching on the lights, he is shocked to learn that the identity of the intruder is non-other than one of his brightest soldiers from World War II. Why has the man fallen from grace, and why is he there? This is the core mystery that propels "The Intruder", part war film, part suspense thriller.

The film was directed by Guy Hamilton, who went on to direct some of the very best Bond movies including "Goldfinger", "Live and Let Die" and "The Man with the Golden Gun". It stars Jack Hawkins ("Ben Hur", "Laurence of Arabia") as Col. Merton, Michael Medwin ("The Duchess") as the criminal Ginger Edwards, along with the iconic George Cole (of Minder fame) and Dennis Price ("Kind Hearts and Coronets") as fellow tank crew members John Summers and Leonard Pirry.

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Monday, 19 January 2015

The Flying Scot on DVDA small but experienced band of robbers plan the perfect heist, on whose proceeds they intend to retire. A special passenger train bound for London is due to carry £500,000 in cash destined for destruction, but the gang want to relieve the vehicle of its cargo prior the train reaching its destination. As it is the sort of robbery the group have successfully carried out before, they do not anticipate any need to deviate from their well-oiled plan.

This British movie from 1957 stars Lee Patterson ("Reach for the Sky") as Ronnie, an impatient and driven young crook, Kay Callard ("They Who Dare") as Jackie, the glamorous and compassionate assistant, with Alan Gifford ("Phase IV", Lloyd Munro in Crossroads) as the older, wiser third member of the team. The film was produced and directed by Compton Bennett ("King Solomon's Mines", "The Seventh Veil").

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Monday, 05 January 2015

The Cult TV Awards winners for 2014 have just been announced. Appreciators from the UK of extraordinary fictional television are given the chance every year (since 1994) to nominate and vote for their favourites in a couple of dozen categories, including an expansive ‘Hall of Fame’ as well as a trio of gongs in the infamous ‘Hall of Shame’. It provides an excellent litmus test of where mainstream views cross over, and differ, from those in the fan communities.

Voting in the Cult TV Awards 2014 gave you a chance to win some top prizes

This year gauged from September 2013 to August 2014 inclusive, next year will see the Cult TV Awards Ceremony return as a live event, which everyone can attend.  Part of the Cult TV Festival’s 21st Birthday Party, a one day-and-night convention will share a weekend with “Doomwatch Live” – a similar style of event for extraordinary happenings in the real world. The weekend to mark in your diaries is 6-9 November 2015 at the Park Inn Telford, Shropshire. Full details and booking information can be found at www.culttv.biz

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Monday, 29 December 2014

The Fall - Series 2 out on Blu-ray and DVDIn series two of BAFTA-winning crime drama The Fall, serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan - Christian Grey in 2015's "Fifty Shades of Grey") is on the run from Det Superintendent Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson - The X-Files). Spector’s days of preying on women are far from over, and it is not long before he kidnaps ex-girlfriend Rose (Valene Kane - "’71") and resumes his destructive relationship with besotted schoolgirl Katie (Aisling Franciosi - Quirke).

Spector returns to Belfast to see his family but his freedom of movement is seriously curtailed thanks to his mugshot being in the media, and the police are closing in as more evidence is uncovered. He also has to contend with the jealous, wife-beating husband of a patient he encouraged to leave home (Brian Milligan - "Hunger"). The heat is on in this gripping game of cat and mouse but Spector’s cunning and hubris refuse to be constrained.

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Monday, 08 December 2014

Voting has just concluded for this year's Cult TV Awards, following the nominations phase where we asked you who should go in each of the five pigeonholes to be in with a chance to win each of the coveted gongs.

It was up to YOU to once again to decide who the lucky recipients will be, and thanks to our good friends at Network Releasing, we again had a trio of superb prizes as an incentive for you to take the time to tell us who should win.  Remember - if you didn't vote, you can't then complain about who wins!

Prizes up for grabs for voting in the Cult TV Awards 2014 - with thanks to Network Releasing

First Prize was The Professionals on Blu-ray - the Box Sets of MkI (i.e., Season One) and MkII (Season Two), released this year, and digitally restored so that the episodes look better than ever - the winner was Colin Taylor of Swanscombe, Kent.  Second Prize features the debut release of the Season Two double episode of Space: 1999 - "The Bringers of Wonder" - out this month on a Blu-ray edition limited to just 1,999 copies - and with it our winner will get the whole of Season One of Space: 1999 in the Blu-ray box set (which also features the first episdode of Season Two, "The Metamorph" featuring the debut of Catherine Schell's character, Maya) - the winner was Masih Malik of Epsom Downs, Surrey. The Third Prize is the recently released, and seldom-seen David Jason bittersweet comedy Lucky Feller - featuring all 13 episodes from 1976, as well as the unscreened pilot featuring different cast members from the previous year - the winner was Hazel Kohler of Feltham, Middlesex.

All you had to do to be in with a chance of being a winner was make your selections on our voting form. For those of you new to this, there were NO premium rate phone lines to call, or even stamps to buy to put your votes on record! With the process being online, and with each form being individually verified to ensure that block votes were discounted, this is the best system going to ensure that we genuinely take the pulse of the UK’s Cult TV appreciators. Keep checking back to find out who the winners were.

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Monday, 01 December 2014

Because you demanded it! Returning for one day (and one night) only, it's the Cult TV Festival, celebrating its 21st Birthday in 2015!

Doomwatch Meets Cult TV - The Festival is back for its 21st Birthday

Since the last Cult TV Weekender in 2007, the corridors of television appreciation have remained fallow - nothing has emerged to fill the niche which was the residence of Cult TV and its unique way of celebrating extraordinary fictional television. Dipping the collective toes back in the waters of fandom, the return will be shared over a weekend with hot new show DOOMWATCH - already a year old, and will be celebrating its second anniversary by November 2015.  Two different themes for the Saturday and Sunday, two different pockets of interest, but every possibility that the cosmopolitan groups that appreciate their separate areas will look to crossover and make a weekend of it! Find out more, and book your tickets NOW via www.culttv.biz

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