Rosemary's Baby + Ron Ormond + The Whalebone Box + Bond Retrospective 5

Apr 15, 05:00 PM
This week, Cinema Eclectica pitches its revivalist tent in the wild world of religious cinema, with Graham looking at the three films born-again exploitation movie director Ron Ormond made with fire-and-brimstone preacher Estus W Pirkle. On the other end of every possible scale, the Devil made Rob review Rosemary's Baby, Roman Polanski's classic Satanic chiller. Quite the classiest thing with a William Castle production credit, there.

Mark's Bond retrospective, this week, covers the highs and lows of Pierce Brosnan's tenure. At first he looked inwincible, then he got the keys to an invisible car. And our new feature Streaming Spotlight looks at the glut of new films diverted to online releases during lockdown - kicking off with Andrew Kötting's The Whalebone Box, out now on Mubi.

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