Sometimes you can sum up a film in a single shot and a viewer who will undoubtedly become a fan will see it and press play.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Brain Damage"
So much about this movie triggers all of the bits and pieces of cinema which should have completely transported me into a great bad science fiction film.Read more "Blu-ray Review – World Without End"
I dare you to watch this movie without feeling hungry, and maybe something else too, a couple of other feelings. Juzo Itami makes food both wholesome, funny, exciting and sexy and wraps it all up in under two hours.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Tampopo"
When Flicker Alley announces a release I get excited, then I stop and look at the title. Behind the Door is not one of which I was aware. Let’s cut to the short, this release is spectacular, if you enjoy silent films, order it now.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Behind the Door"
One of the original U.K. video nasties, The Driller Killer is an independent psychological horror film with a little more art than you may expect.Read more "The Driller Killer"
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"