Monthly Archives: October 2011

Criterion Cuts: “House”

Hello and welcome to the latest installment of Criterion Cuts. Each week I take a look at one of the many offerings of everyone’s favorite arthouse/foreign home video label, The Criterion Collection, and do a write up of what the … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Trying Days of Jarmusch, “Mystery Train”

If you’ll permit me to be reflective for a little bit this week, one of the best parts of these director-specific projects is that it leads you into places that you’d rarely go normally. Now, that’s a good thing abstractly, … Continue reading

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Criterion Cuts: “Eyes Without A Face”

Welcome to the latest edition of Criterion Cuts, the weekly series where I take a look at one of the many films available on Hulu Plus from the massive library of everyone’s favorite arthouse and foreign film distributor, the Criterion … Continue reading

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Directing Viewing: Jarmusch Hits it Big, “Down By Law”

In this third installment of Directed Viewing, we’re going to be taking a look at more of the filmography of Jim Jarmusch. If you’d like to get caught up, parts one and two can be found by clicking the links. … Continue reading

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Criterion Cuts: “Carnival of Souls”

Welcome to the latest installment of Criterion Cuts. By now you probably know how this works: each week I watch a film from the catalog of everyone’s favorite foreign/art house┬áhome video label The Criterion Collection. My choices, unless otherwise noted, … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Jarmusch After School, “Stranger Than Paradise”

I’ll admit that the first movie in this little project didn’t exactly bolster my confidence for my Jarmusch project. In fact, I can’t imagine a first film from a director I’ve done a project on that I disliked more. But … Continue reading

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Criterion Cuts: “Kuroneko”

Hello and welcome to the latest edition of Criterion Cuts, the weekly column that explores the massive library of everyone’s favorite foreign/arthouse home video label, The Criterion Collection. I usually pick something from their offerings up on Hulu Plus for … Continue reading

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