There should be no trouble guessing ahead of time which review is my roundtable entry; it’s the one you’ve heard of.

The Black Torment (1964), in which Brits rip off Italians ripping off Brits whose cultural ancestors pretended to be Italians…

Deep Red (1975), in which I am a contrary bastard…

The Ghost of Rashmon Hall (1947), in which we discover that some fool actually made a movie of a Bulwer-Lytton story…

A Place of One’s Own (1945), in which James Mason is awesome, and everything else sadly isn’t…

and…

The Rocking Horse Winner (1949), in which we see a whole new side of D. H. Lawrence.



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