I am confident in saying that Flying Clipper will be replacing my go-to recommendation from the Flicker Alley series of travel/Cinerama films both because of the standard letterbox presentation but also because the special features are a great set of restoration and technical explanations of the film. A very strong release.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Flying Clipper – Flicker Alley"
I prefer the movie as a more mature adult. The depth that Miike captures is next level and I expect that Audition will now be one of the benchmark films by which I will judge all others. It is rather incredible.Read more "Essential Series – Audition"
WARNING: Film features more than one female character and may cause you to understand life a little bit better.Read more "Theatrical Review – Captain Marvel"
The novel of The Hound of the Baskerville has been adapted 14 million times. Peter Cushing starred in two of them. I’ve read the book and listened to an audiobook version.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Der Hund von Baskerville – Flicker Alley"
This is unquestionably the best zombie movie I have seen in a long time. It is certainly one of the most interesting horror/comedy films I have watched recently, and it was well worth the wait to see it.Read more "Blu-ray Review – One Cut of the Dead – Third Window Films"
This film vastly surpassed my expectations. While the only thing I expected to see wasn’t really there and I think the Paz Brothers made the right decision with how it was presented. Vagaries intentional.Read more "Digital Review – The Golem – Dread Presents"
Bohemian Rhapsody Director: Bryan Singer Screenplay: Anthony McCarten Minutes: 134 Year: 2018 Score: 7.60 Release: 20th Century Fox I hate to lead with this but it unfortunately seems to be glazing every aspect of this movie. I have always struggled with how to enjoy a film which is plagued by reprehensible activities of the director. […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Bohemian Rhapsody – 20th Century Fox"