Monthly Archives: April 2012

Criterion Cuts: “Belle de Jour”

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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Announcement and a Review!

So after a lot of work I’ve managed to take the first step into turning this hobby into a real thing. As of this weekend, I’ll be officially providing weekly reviews for Screened, and I couldn’t be more excited for … Continue reading

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Light Bondage: “The Man With The Golden Gun”

Bond, James Bond. For fifty years that has been the cinematic calling card of one of films most enduring heroes. Sure, Bond was born in books, but it was through film that he became a household name and one of … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Exhaustive Social Commentary of “A Clockwork Orange”

Welcome to Directed Viewing, the weekly series where we take a look at the filmography of any given director film by film, in chronological order. The goal, of course, is to coax out not only a greater understanding of the … Continue reading

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Criterion Cuts: “Three Colors: Red”

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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Serious About Series: “Aliens”

Prometheus is coming. It sounds so dramatic when I say it like that, a mixture of myth and anticipation that turns what is essentially just another summer movie into something magical. I might as well whisper about unicorns lurking in the … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Beyond the Limits of Humanity in “2001: A Space Odyssey”

I have to admit, I’m really excited that Directed Viewing has reched this point. I chose to turn the eye of this project (which, if you don’t know, weekly looks chronologically at a director’s filmography) to Stanley Kubrick not because … Continue reading

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