• Trick Baby

    Trick Baby

    The new Kino Lorber Blu-ray looks quite nice. Philly circa '71 is simply scrumptious looking. Shot by Isidore Mankofsky (The Muppet Movie). I love how it seems they stole a bunch of street and subway shots.

    - Interview with Director Larry Yust
    - Radio Spot
    - Theatrical Trailer

  • The 9th Life of Louis Drax

    The 9th Life of Louis Drax

    Catching up one my Alexandre Aja films after really liking Horns. Saw the end coming so not as intrigued as I was with Horns however Aja knows how to make a film look great and shoots Vancouver beautifully. On to Oxygen.

    Rented Blu-ray from Netflix.

  • Inseminoid


    First time watch for me. Thankfully Scream Factory just put out a nice Blu-ray. Judy Geeson sure can scream.

    - A Very English Exploitation: INSEMINOID And The Shock Cinema Of Norman J. Warren – A 90-Minute Documentary On The Films Of Norman J. Warren, Featuring Contributions From Warren, INSEMINOID Star Jennifer Ashley, Visual Effects Artist Jez Harris, Screenwriter And Critic David McGillivray, Author Kim Newman, And Filmmaker Pete Walker
    - Audio Interview With Norman J. Warren
    - Alien Encounter –…

  • Jennifer's Body

    Jennifer's Body

    12 years late to this party. Bad marketing kept me from seeing this film back in the day. But I finally gave it a proper watch and LOVE it! Smart, funny and beautifully directed. Wish we had more films like this these days.

    Watched on Blu-ray rented from Netflix

  • In the Earth

    In the Earth

    Had a ton of fun seeing this on the big screen with an enthusiastic crowd. Great set pieces, performances and score.

    Watched at AMC Century City

  • Malibu High

    Malibu High

    Loved! Heard Tarantino talking about this film on Pure Cinema Podcast and knew it was for me.

    And Vinegar Syndrome did a fantastic job on the restoration. Watched the Blu-ray.

    - Region free Blu-ray/DVD combo pack
    - Newly scanned and restored in 2k from 35mm original camera negative
    - Group commentary track with: Producer Lawrence Foldes and Actress Tammy Taylor
    - Video interviews with: Producer Lawrence Foldes, Actress Tammy Taylor, Actor Garth Pillsbury
    - Q&A from a screening at the…

  • Thirteen


    Catherine Hardwicke was the perfect choice for Twilight.

  • Horns


    I really like Aja's films so not sure why I slept on this for 8 years. Great performances all around. Really impressed by Daniel Radcliffe's comic delivery.

    Gorgeously shot by Frederick Elmes.

    Watched on Blu-ray rented from Netflix.

  • Amityville 1992: It's About Time

    Amityville 1992: It's About Time

    Making my way through Amityville: The Cursed Collection -- the Vinegar Syndrome boxset of the four ‘cursed objects' themed installments. This one is the highlight for me. It's fun, sleazy and stars one of my teenage crushes, Megan Ward.

    • Region A Blu-ray (licensor limitation)
    • Newly scanned & restored in 4k from its 35mm original camera negative
    • “Time Pieces” - video interview with director Tony Randel
    • “Clockwork” - video interview with producer Chris DeFaria
    • Reversible cover artwork
    • English SDH subtitles

  • From a Whisper to a Scream

    From a Whisper to a Scream

    Finally watched this film that I always knew as The Offspring.

    The now OOP Scream Factory Blu-ray is quite packed. Two feature length documentaries.

    Special Features:
    - Return To Oldfield - A Comprehensive Feature-Length Documentary About The Making Of From A Whisper To A Scream, Featuring Director Jeff Burr, Producer Darin Scott, Co-Screenwriter C. Courtney Joyner, Actor Clu Gulagar And More!
    - A Decade Under The Innocence - A Feature-Length Documentary About Teenage Adventures In 'Super 8' Filmmaking During The…

  • Bite the Bullet

    Bite the Bullet

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I watched this back in 2017 but must have been so high that I barely remember it so I took another look - mostly sober this time. Found ti to be quite entertaining. And it looks great.

    Shot by Harry Stradling Jr. (Little Big Man, Midway) on Panavision anamorphic.

    In some ways a Western version of Cannonball Run but obviously much darker. The treatment of the horses is concerning. My hope is that this was a big enough Hollywood production…

  • Tenet


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    So I went to see Tenet for a 2nd time -- in real IMAX at Universal Citywalk. And I liked it alot more this time around. Mostly because I was able to follow it this time. Of course I still have questions but I realize now what an incredible accomplishment this film is. So much so that I'm actually upset it wasn't nominated for Best Picture. And why wasn't this score nominated?

    Let's get real here - Nolan crashes a real airplane in to a building. He deserves to be nominated for that reason alone.