Not sure it’s been advertised all that much, but starting in March is a Peter Cook season at the BFI, featuring a couple of cracking movies.
The late ’60s cult classic and influential suedehead movie Bronco Bullfrog gets appraised by The Scenester, courtesy of a big-screen outing.
The Scenester checks out this very rare screening of a cult classic.
The Scenester checks out the man and his most infamous Avengers episode.
The 1960s cult classic got an airing at the NFT recently, complete with director Michael Winner. The Scenester went along.
We flagged up a screening of The Flipside presents The Jokers – and if you missed it, luckily for you, the Scenester didn't – he went along to review the event. Back in 1967, Michael Winner wasn't an annoying food critic and car insurance salesman, he was producing interesting Brit […]
Ahead of the full cinema release, there's a preview in January of the remake of Brighton Rock in London. Of course, its a new adaptation of the Graham Green tale, this time set in the 1960s and amongst the mods of the era. Is it as good as the Boulting […]
Everyone knows about Bronco Bullfrog, but what you might not know is that the same writer/director (Barney Platts-Mills) has other movies in his back catalogue, including Private Road. The Scenester went to see it at the NFT, a rare screening of this 1971 flick and a chance to meet the […]