Blu-Ray Review – Comes a Horseman

Comes a Horseman is an Alan J. Pakula film, one that marks his increasingly downward spiral after Pakula’s extraordinary trilogy of paranoia, comprising Klute, The Parallax View and All The President's Men. He would go on to make some other films of note, including Sophie's Choice and the comedy Starting Over, along with various thrillers in the '90s, which were John Grisham adaptations … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Comes a Horseman

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DVD Review – Kursk: The Last Mission

Kursk: The Last Mission or, as it's known in some territories with the less spoileristic title Kursk, is the newest film from former founder of Dogme 95 Thomas Vinterberg. The US title is the ridiculously generic The Command. It's based on the real-life 2000 Kursk submarine disaster, and the film relies on the book A Time to Die: The … Continue reading DVD Review – Kursk: The Last Mission

Blu-Ray Review – Let My Puppets Come

Let My Puppets Come is a satirical porno musical with puppets, directed by Gerard Damiano!   For those who don't know, Gerard Damiano was the director of perhaps the most famous porno ever made, Deep Throat, which he actually made under the pseudonym “Jerry Gerard.” He is often considered one of the few directors of porn during the … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Let My Puppets Come

Blu-Ray Review – John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is hands down the best action film of the year. Not since Mad Max: Fury Road has an action film left me dizzy with awe. It continues exactly where the second film in the John Wick series left off, and the next 30 minutes is some of the best action cinema you will ever … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

Blu-Ray Review – Decoder

Decoder is a German film that hasn’t been easy to find in recent years. It’s very much the German answer to Liquid Sky, which Vinegar Syndrome has also recently released: a post-punk/industrial science film heavily influenced by William Burroughs’s “The Electronic Revolution.” Burroughs himself has a small cameo as the proprietor of an electronics shop. … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Decoder