Innocent Blood Director: John Landis Screenplay: Michael Wolk Minutes: 112 Year: 1992 Score: 6.60 Release: Warner Archive This may be sacrilege, but if Paul Thomas Anderson made a vampire-crime-comedy-horror film then it would be Innocent Blood. From WBShop.com: This ghoul just wants to have fun! She also wants an occasional bad guy to sink her […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Innocent Blood – Warner Archive"
I love Steve Martin. Thanks to Warner Archive I have a Martin double-header for you. I didn’t watch them back to back and the 2nd film may suffer if I had.Read more "Blu-rays Review – Steve Martin Double Feature – Warner Archive"
I think I have exhausted the chances that I want to give John Wayne. But I really want to understand what it is about his films that makes him so revered.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Sea Chase – Warner Archive"
The good news is that I really enjoyed watching this picture. The bad news is that I had completely forgotten that I watched this picture.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Running On Empty – Warner Archive"
I knew if I tried enough Peckinpah I’d find something that sucks me in, this one does just that. While most of the films are a bit rough, this one is heart.Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Ballad of Cable Hogue – Warner Archive"
The Gumball Rally is little more than a counter-cultural car porno for mid-aged white men. It is fine and when it came out I am sure it was better received.Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Gumball Rally – Warner Archive"
Pink Flamingos Director: John Waters Screenplay: John Waters Minutes: 93 Year: 1972 Score: 6.33 Release: Warner Archive DVD Calling this film “a pile of garbage” may be the highest praise anyone can give to this John Waters classic. It is a pile of garbage. From WBShop.com: Director John Waters breaks every rule of good filmmaking […]Read more "DVD Review – Pink Flamingos – Warner Archive"
Vision Quest drips with 1980’s machismo and music. If I had seen this before The Karate Kid, I would have probably like wrestling more than I did karate.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Vision Quest – Warner Archive"
I was recently asked whether or not Lawrence Kasdan’s The Accidental Tourist still holds up today. The film plumbs emotional depths and had deep affect me.Read more "Blu-Ray Review – The Accidental Tourist"
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"