CliqueClack Flicks

Reviews of movies out on DVD

Lisztomania – No one did excess like Ken Russell

Did you know classical composer Franz Liszt was the world’s first rock star? Or that Richard Wagner was a vampire Nazi? Check out Ken Russell’s demented cult classic ‘Lisztomania’ and you’ll find that classical music isn’t as stuffy and proper as you believed.

Greek gods and Biblical heroes come to DVD

The Warner Archive Collection heads deep into the vaults to give new life to sword and sandal epics that feature Greek and Biblical heroes.

Travel down The Happy Road with Gene Kelly

Have you ever wondered what became of those old movies you used to see on TV? The Warner Archives has the answer as we take a look at ‘The Happy Road.’

Singin’ in the Rain – What a glorious feeling

You’ll want to sing and dance in the rain after seeing the new 60th anniversary edition of ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ now available on Blu-ray!

Outland – Sean Connery is the new sheriff … on Io

Warner Brothers brings another fondly remembered movie to Blu-ray for the first time, but does ‘Outland’ stand the test of time?

Coma – A taut thriller that still holds up today

Looking for a good thriller to send some chills down your spine on these hot summer days? Check out the brand new Blu-ray release of Michael Crichton’s ‘Coma’ for an edge-of-your-seat ride!

A look back at Brainstorm – Flicks Flashback

We begin a new feature at CliqueClack Flicks, Flicks Flashback, where we’ll have a look at some older films that may be forgotten today, or have found their way onto video in one form or another. Up first is Douglas Trumbull’s ‘Brainstorm,’ now available on Blu-ray for the first time!

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