Seven Days in May has three of my favorite things; Frankenheimer, Sterling, and Douglas. Few directors are as good at political suspense than Frankenheimer.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Seven Days In May"
Spencer’s Mountain was the source of televisions family The Waltons. If The Waltons were more similar to Henry Fonda’s character, I would have been more interested in the TV show. It was not.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Spencer’s Mountain"
Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology Take One You can order the set directly from Flicker Alley HERE! I have received the most recently Flicker Alley release, Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology. So far, in 2017, this is one of the releases which has piqued my excitement. Partly because of the inevitable slug-fest between […]Read more "Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology – Take One"
The Cardinal Director: Sinclair Hill Screenplay: D.B. Wyndham-Lewis Minutes: 71 Year: 1936 Score: 5.60 Release: Olive Films One of my favorite aspects of Olive Films is that they constantly keep me on my toes. The Cardinal is a film that I did not know existed and I am glad, now, that I do. I have […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Cardinal"
36 Hours is a delightfully forgettable film. I don’t mean this negatively. It is similar with two of my favorite films that I can’t separate my thoughts.Read more "Blu-ray Review – 36 Hours"
This new restoration, from Arrow Academy, contains some of the most polished and beautiful photographed film I have, in recent memory, watched.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Luchino Visconti’s Ludwig"
If you have ever watched a Julie Andrews film but have not seen S.O.B. then you are in for two shockers. I had heard tales that this film existed but never put two and two together. Don’t worry, I have zero interest in spoiling this for you.Read more "Blu-ray Review – S.O.B."
A Woman’s Face is certainly not the strongest George Cukor film, nor is it the best Joan Crawford film I watched in the last two weeks but it was alright.Read more "DVD Review – A Woman’s Face"
Boy it sure is nice to have historical documents like this Terence Young picture, The Klansman, to look back upon and see just how bad life used to be for people-of-color in the south. What great, unimaginable bounds we have made for the future of the country. Is this clichéd, sarcasm doing anything for you?Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Klansman"
dir. Nate Parker – 2016 – 117 min – 6.40 I was talking with my friend Aaron the other day about how picky I am. The wider my film vocabulary becomes the more I notice how my tastes effect my enjoyment of films. The Birth of a Nation falls victim to this. The film tells […]Read more "The Birth of a Nation"