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Offbeat by Julian Upton
Offbeat by Julian Upton
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
OFFBEAT consists of over 100 reviews of obscure, forgotten and neglected British films from the mid-fifties to 1985 in chronological order interspersed with short overviews of trends in UK cinema such as Rock'n'Roll, Sex (of course) and The Children's film Foundation. These are not the obvious or widely known 'cult films' (so no Get Carter or Peeping Tom) but the lesser known, curios and oddities from Sitting Target to Slade in Flame, Girl in the Headlines to And Soon the Darkness, from the obscure B-movies to the inexplicably popular. Of course, the target audience for this book will have heard of most of these, (and argue what should have been included) but this is a wonderful, flawed,… Read more
Look Back On 70's Telly - Issue 2 [DVD] [1970] <b>DVD</b> ~ Michael Mackenzie
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Just to add another word of praise to all the positive reviews on here for this item and to appreciate the work Network DVD have gone to with this and all their other TV titles and giving cult TV fans what they want. Hours of great nostalgic entertainment on two discs featuring all the full episodes listed.Even if the memory of one show doesn't hold up in retrospect, there's a new less-well-known favorite to follow, and as TV continues to dumb-down TV will really appreciate the quality of these programs. The 'free comic' is a bit poor and a wasted opportunity but that doesn't matter with a set like this. Now to order the other volumes....
Totally Mad 60 Years of Humor, Satire, Stupidity a&hellip by MAD, of, Editors, the, by, Magazine
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful overview, 26 Dec 2012
What a beautiful anniversary book. This is a large format, glossy and wonderfully reproduced collection from the past sixty years of one of America's most important and entertaining magazines. This contains very little behind-the-scenes history so if your looking for an oral nothing-spared history you may be disappointed but this should really please fans and casual readers as it is packed with illustrations. The book is arranged chronologically with reprints of every cover from the past sixty years running across the bottom of the pages while each page includes a 'sample' page or two from most issues whether it be the parodies of film and TV shoes, cartoons, strips, jokes, fold-ins or… Read more

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