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This is a subject I try my best to avoid, but I'm afraid I can't turn a blind eye any longer
There are many landmark films and filmmakers that have changed the course of cinema; The Seven Samurai (1954) by Akira Kurosawa, Les Diaboliques (1955)
...Other Than Make Them Myself.
In a break from my usual routine of reviewing semi-obscure, bad or mostly un-heralded films I am going to relate
This is the first appearance of what I hope will be a series of articles about movies, or films as they are sometimes
In 1984 the perpetually whacked out and perennially brilliant Ken Russell released what I like to think of as his magnum opus (at least
Recently I watched an old favorite of mine, 1978's The Boys From Brazil. The film is directed by the always remarkable Franklin J. Schaffner
Shart Of Darkness: A Maker of Ze Films Journal-Diary
(aka My [Dr. Professor Uwe Boll's] Personal Recollections of ze making of my seminal cinematic masterpiece
As not only a filmmaker, but a film fan, I love a good movie, a classic movie, if you will. But does a movie
I know The Dark Knight was months ago and Heath Ledger died over a year ago, but recently I was late night interwebbing and
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