The Wolf of Wall Street – UHD Review

The Wolf of Wall Street is Martin Scorsese’s most successful movie to date. It’s a biographical black comedy about Jordan Belfort, who is an absolute piece of shit. A little bit of creative license has been employed, but almost everything seen on screen actually happened to the real Belfort. Belfort was originally a stockbroker for … Continue reading The Wolf of Wall Street – UHD Review

Lost Highway – Blu-Ray Review

Lost Highway is a David Lynch film made in 1997, which at the time arrived to a very poor reception—so much that when Siskel & Ebert gave the film “two thumbs down,” Lynch put it on the poster as “two more great reasons to see Lost Highway”! It was considered incoherent by most critics at … Continue reading Lost Highway – Blu-Ray Review

The Most Dangerous Game (1932) – Blu-Ray Review

The Most Dangerous Game is a rock-solid early horror/thriller from Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack. If the name of Schoedsack rings a bell, that’s because he was one of the co-directors of King Kong with Merian C. Cooper, who also served as a associate producer on this film. It may not have been as influential as King Kong, but … Continue reading The Most Dangerous Game (1932) – Blu-Ray Review