Naked Lunch – UHD Review

Naked Lunch was David Cronenberg's passion project for much of the '80s. Cronenberg met William S. Burroughs at some point, and with producer Jeremy Thomas he optioned the novel year after year as the director attempted to figure out how to adapt perhaps the most unfilmable of unfilmable books. For those who haven't read the book … Continue reading Naked Lunch – UHD Review

The French Dispatch – Blu-Ray Review

The French Dispatch was hotly anticipated because it was Wes Anderson’s first live-action film in eight years, the last being The Grand Budapest Hotel, a film that only gets better and better on subsequent viewings. It was delayed for over a year due to that pandemic we all lived through. It was also the first time Anderson had used an anthology format for one of … Continue reading The French Dispatch – Blu-Ray Review

Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham – DVD Review

Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham is the latest Batman animated feature film from Warner Bros. Animation.  Mike Mignola of Hellboy fame's comic book miniseries serves as the source material for the film: this is the second of his Batman stories to be adapted as an animated film, Gotham by Gaslight was the first. Both films and comic books … Continue reading Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham – DVD Review

The City of Lost Children – UHD Review

Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet's two feature collaborations are the stuff of dreams. Their films Delicatessen and The City of Lost Children are two of the most inventive and magical films ever made. Sadly, their working relationship broke down soon after Jeunet was hired to direct Alien Resurrection, for which Caro did some art direction, mainly the costume designs. The City of … Continue reading The City of Lost Children – UHD Review