Monthly Archives: November 2011

Criterion Cuts: “Vivre Sa Vie”

Hello and welcome to the latest installment of Criterion Cuts, the weekly article where I dig into the archives of everyone’s favorite foreign/art house home video distribution company and unearth some obscurity and tell you just why it might be worth … Continue reading

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Criterion Cuts: “The Match Factory Girl”

Hello and welcome to the latest edition of Criterion Cuts, where I take a look at one of the films provided by everyone’s favorite arthouse/foreign cinema home release label–The Criterion Collection. As usual, this week’s offering comes from the massive … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Unexpected Reversals and “Dead Man”

Here we are at the latest edition of Directed Viewing, where I take a look at a specific director’s filmography movie by movie. It’s been two weeks since our last article, as I was laid low by illness (and honestly … Continue reading

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Criterion Cuts: “Black Orpheus”

Hello and welcome to the latest installment of Criterion Cuts, the weekly article where I dig into the archives of everyone’s favorite foreign/art house home video distribution company and unearth some obscurity and tell you just why it might be worth … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Repeated Sentiment and “Night on Earth”

Hey everyone. Welcome to Directed Viewing, where I pick a director and watch their entire filmography for little more than the sake of my own satisfaction and hopefully your enjoyment. I am the trained monkey of film watching. We’re on … Continue reading

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