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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958)

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From the land beyond beyond, from the world past hope and fear, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad is a wonderful choice for a Saturday matinee.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – Percy (1971)

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It’s a film named after a dead man’s penis – so how bad could this Z-Grade British comedy possibly be? The answer to that is,.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

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In 1967, old Hollywood got a violent wake-up call when Bonnie and Clyde dragged it kicking and screaming into a bold new era. The story.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – Confession (1955)

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Being the child of someone famous can be both a blessing and a curse. A famous surname can open a lot of doors career-wise, but.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – Enter The Dragon (1973)

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Enter The Dragon is a profoundly inspirational film. Makes you want to snap-kick someone. I remember seeing it for the first time on VHS as.

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Review, Streaming

Review: House of Cards – Chapter 1/Chapter 2

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WRITTEN BY: Beau Willimon DIRECTED BY: David Fincher The highly anticipated US adaptation of House of Cards launched on Friday night at midnight (Pacific Standard.

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Broadcast, Review, Society on the Small Screen

The Cosby Show: Pilot

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Bill Cosby; TV auteur, author and comedy legend. His sitcom, The Cosby Show was based off his standup routine, and subsequent writings, most of which.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – The Blob (1958)

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“It creeps! And leaps! And glides! And slides across the floor! Right through! The door! And all around the wall! A splotch! A blotch! Be.

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Z-Grade Pick Flick – The Exorcist (1973)

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“Pants-shittingly brilliant” is not a term I just throw around willy-nilly, but if any film deserves such an accolade, it’s The Exorcist. A right of.

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Review

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972)

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Hammer horror fans must have been jumping out of their skins with excitement when they heard that the big two, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing,.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – One Million Years B.C. (1966)

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One Million Years B.C. is what I like to call a “double fantasy”. You’ve got director Don Chaffey and animator Ray Harryhausen, the team behind.

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Broadcast, Review, Society on the Small Screen, US TV

Roots: Part V and VI

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The final episodes of Roots sees the end of slavery, and the descendants of Kunta Kinte finally achieve freedom. As a conclusion it is predictable,.

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Aus TV, Review, Z Grade

Z-Grade Pick Flick – The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980)

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There is so much wrong with The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu it’s hard to know where to start. You’ve got a deathly ill.

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Z-Grade Pick Flick – The Boy with Green Hair (1948)

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I’m not in the habit of recommending “message movies”, but The Boy with Green Hair is a Z-grade fable that’s especially near and dear to.

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