1 The Exorcist III – 1990 – 110 – Shudder – 6.73 – dir – William Peter Blatty – I watched this film on the recommendation of our friends over at the Shock Waves podcast. I am a big fan of the first Exorcist movie and I think I watched The Heretic, though, I am […]Read more "31 Days of Halloween"
Night Moves Director: Arthur Penn Screenplay: Alan Sharp Minutes: 100 Year: 1975 Score: 5.27 Release: Warner Archive This has been a very difficult review for me to write, but I am not sure why. Maybe it is because I feel like I should have liked this film more than I did. Or maybe because I […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Night Moves – WB Shop"
The Seventh Seal Director: Ingmar Bergman Screenplay: Ingmar Bergman Minutes: 96 Year: 1957 Score: 8.57 Release: The Criterion Collection There is a thing that I do. Whenever I am having a remarkably bad moment I close my eyes and picture a rocky beach. It is just me on that beach, at least to start, that […]Read more "Top 25 Review – The Seventh Seal – Criterion Collection"
I am very glad I waited for this new restoration of Don’t Torture a Duckling because it is tremendous and you can save some time and buy it now.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Don’t Torture a Duckling – Arrow Video"
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"
The Lost World Director: Harry O. Hoyt Screenplay: Marion Fairfax Minutes: 106 Year: 1925 Score: 5.57 Release: Flicker Alley Sometimes, even when I think otherwise, I am a pretty lucky guy. On Sunday I was able to watch this release projected on the big screen at the Canton Palace Theater. To boot I also had […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Lost World – Flicker Alley"