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Jennifer Wallis watches Rituals (1977) and explores Canadian wilderness on film in the tax shelter era.
JENNIFER WALLIS on Andrew Sinclair’s 1973 film, Blue Blood, its real-life and fictional inspirations, and — more importantly perhaps — an arresting performance by Oliver Reed.
Jennifer Wallis reviews Network’s newly-restored DVD release of Just Like a Woman (1966), and enters a surreal cinematic world where hippies, Nazi architects, and unhappy wives find their place in 1960s London.
Tasteless or underrated? Jennifer Wallis makes the case in support of Michael Winner’s supernatural horror The Sentinel.
MARTIN MARSHALL’s recent book, A THRILLER in Every Corner, is a meticulously researched valentine to the Brian Clemens’ series that captivated TV audiences in the 70s. In the first of two posts, fellow Thriller fan JENNIFER WALLIS speaks to Martin about the book and what it is that gives the series its enduring appeal.
The pandemic has made the world a quieter place. Jennifer Wallis misses the noise, and writes here about silence and the struggle to fill it.