Changing things up a bit for this week’s Song on Sunday, we’re going back to 1955 via 1985 for an oldie… well, an oldie where I come from.
Blacksploitation meets science fiction and animation in these teasers for a film that will hopefully reach our screens soon!
We’re back in the 1960s for A Song on Sunday, featuring the classic combination of Dev Anand, Nutan and Mohammad Rafi.
An amazing fan film based on a video game that stands on its own two feet as a great example of science fiction and short filmmaking? Oh yes.
On this week’s Song on Sunday, the band of boys is back together in the best tune from Rock On!, but it’s neither rock nor sung by a boy.
A rare behind the scenes look at the iconic weapons of Ian Fleming’s super-spy from someone who knows his stuff ( and there’s a little bit of Sean Connery too).
We travel all the way to the late sixties, for a taste of musical comedy from the geniuses Kishore Kumar, Mehmood & Manna Dey.
Our new weekly feature on Indian film songs kicks off with the 1994 gem that gave us Take it Easy Policy.
Geek movies, why they work, why they often don’t, and why I’m really looking forward to Transformers 3 despite myself.
Time Travel, Nazis in disguise, and an Atari joystick? Check out Skot Bright’s cute little short to find out how they all fit together!
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