Model Shop – Blu-Ray Review

Despite being heavily influenced by Hollywood films, almost none of the French New Wave directors of the '60s jumped over the Altantic and make films there. François Truffaut almost made Bonnie & Clyde; Jean-Luc Godard was also offered it, but turned it down. Jacques Demy is the only one to actually make a "Hollywood" film … Continue reading Model Shop – Blu-Ray Review

Secret Ceremony – Blu-Ray Review

In his “Trailers From Hell” for Secret Ceremony, Larry Karaszewski describes the films Elizabeth Taylor did from the late '60s onwards as almost their own genre—and he is onto something there. She was becoming increasingly bloated, as the booze and prescription drugs started to take their hold. She would end up being the first celebrity to openly … Continue reading Secret Ceremony – Blu-Ray Review