Emily the Criminal – Blu-Ray Review

Emily the Criminal is an impressive debut feature from John Patton Ford, who had made a short film, Patrol, that debuted at Sundance back in 2010. The film stars Aubrey Plaza, who has become a frequent fixture in the films chosen for Sundance during the last decade. This new film is a punchy, quick-paced, tense … Continue reading Emily the Criminal – Blu-Ray Review

The Working Class Goes to Heaven – Blu-Ray Review

In Italy, the 1970s was a time when real revolution was in the air. Most of the West had become complacent and accepted their crappy systems, but Italian student movements and trades unions posed a serious challenge to those in power. Of course, they didn't win in the end, especially after The PCI (Italian Communist … Continue reading The Working Class Goes to Heaven – Blu-Ray Review

Remember The Night – Blu-Ray Review

Directed by Michael Leisen, Remember the Night brings together Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray in an offbeat love story written by Preston Sturges. This was Sturges’ last film as a screenwriter only—afterwards he was one of Hollywood’s first writer/directors, and the first who started out as a screenwriter. It’s a screwball comedy, the genre that … Continue reading Remember The Night – Blu-Ray Review