Columbia Noir #5: Humphrey Bogart – Blu-Ray Review

This is the first of the Powerhouse Colombia Noir series to be focused on a specific actor, in this case Humphrey Bogart. The films included are all from the late 1940s to mid-1950s, made mostly after Bogart’s contract with Warner Bros. was up. Bogart was under contract to Warner for a very long time, starting … Continue reading Columbia Noir #5: Humphrey Bogart – Blu-Ray Review

Rock ‘n’ Roll High School – Blu-Ray Review

ock 'n' Roll High School was Allan Arkush's first solo outing as a director after he co-directed the wildly inventive satire on low-budget filmmaking Hollywood Boulevard with Joe Dante. Arkush is a huge lover of rock 'n' roll, but initially the film's producer, Roger Corman, wanted to capitalize on the disco craze. Eventually Arkush convinced him if you … Continue reading Rock ‘n’ Roll High School – Blu-Ray Review