We’ve reached the midway point in our TRICK OR TREAT event, and we hope that you’ve had as much of a blast with this so far as we have! It’s been our goal to have a unique and varied lineup for October, and 1960′s Eyes Without A Face scratched a couple itches we had for this series; not only is it a black and white picture and the oldest of our selections, but a foreign film as well. Both beautiful and grotesque, it still packs an enormous impact more than 50 years later.
Told through flashbacks, this story of an aging emperor thinking back on a life of mistakes is visually beautiful but narratively fragmented.
Blu-Ray Review: cinapse.co/2014/10/14/new-on-blu-the-last-supper-needs-more-zest
I've been waiting anxiously seven years for Alfonso Cuarón to bless us again. It's been that long since Children Of Men, a film so phenomenal and powerful that it changed the way I view and think about movies. It was one of my first HD-DVD purchases, and went on to become the most watched in my collection until the format eventually succumbed to Blu-Ray.
Gravity is likewise an astounding and absolutely gorgeous film, and regardless of how you may end…