Martin Scorsese's 1968 debut, Who's That Knocking At My Door, is released to DVD by the BFI on Monday 27th March.
The film originally started out as Scorsese's NYU graduation project in 1965 and took three years to make.
It was worth it.
During a press screening at the New York Film Festival, no less than John Cassavetes proclaimed it to be "as good as Citizen Kane", before adding, "No, it's better than Citizen Kane, it's got more heart"
Right from the off, it proved Scorsese to be very special indeed.
Who's That Knocking At My Door? Why Hollywood, it's Marty Scorsese, and he's about to change your world forever.
Read my full review at The Geek Show