Tag: john-huston

Moulin Rouge Review

With a groundbreaking use of Technicolor, John Huston's film captures the life and times of Toulouse-Lautrec in Paris at the end of the nineteenth century. Now released on dual-format by the BFI.

The Other Side of the Wind Review

Some things are best left as a legend of their time

They'll Love Me When I'm Dead trailer: A documentary about the last act of Orson Welles' life

First look at a documentary set to drop the same time as his last ever film

The Other Side of the Wind trailer: A first look at Orson Welles' last ever film

A film that's set to dominate festivals for the rest of the year

Freud Review

Montgomery Clift confronts his repression in John Huston's biopic of the famed psychoanalyst

Freud & The Execution of Private Slovik in April

John Huston's Freud biopic is joined by a TV movie starring Martin Sheen on UK DVD later this month...

Chinatown (US BD) in April

Chinatown comes to US Blu-ray in April with a new transfer and lots of old extras...

The Man Who Would Be King (US BD) in June

This John Huston film starring Sean Connery and Michael Caine comes to US Blu-ray in June...

The African Queen (R1/US BD) in March

Legendary director John Huston’s treasured romantic adventure comes to US DVD and Blu-ray for the first time in March...

Wise Blood (R2) in March

This drama from director John Huston comes to UK DVD next month...

The Dead Review

Noel Megahey reviews the Region 2 Network DVD release of John Huston's final film, a masterly adaptation of the James Joyce short story from '<i>Dubliners</i>'.

Myra Breckinridge Review

Continuing this week's series of Raquel Welch reviews, Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 1 release of <i>Myra Breckinridge</i>. Turkey or camp classic? You decide. Fox's DVD should keep the film's cult following happy.