Born Yesterday (1950) – Blu-Ray Review

George Cukor directed Born Yesterday in 1950, at the height of his fame. He is probably best-known to modern audiences for his version of A Star is Born (the Judy Garland one) and his comedies with Katherine Hepburn, The Philadelphia Story and Adam's Rib. From the ‘30s into the '60s, Cukor was the unofficial head … Continue reading Born Yesterday (1950) – Blu-Ray Review

Opera – Blu-Ray Review

Opera is the final entry in the run of films that Argento made in the '70s and '80s, a series that cemented him as a master of horror. His best film by leaps and bounds was Suspiria, and none of the others came remotely close to the hallucinatory, operatic nature of that film. But despite … Continue reading Opera – Blu-Ray Review

Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte – Blu-Ray Review

Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte is the film that reteamed Robert Aldrich and Bette Davis after the shock monster success of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?. It was originally set to also star Joan Crawford, who of course co-starred in Baby Jane, but she had a life-long rivalry with Davis that only intensified when she accepted a … Continue reading Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte – Blu-Ray Review