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  • The Prisoner of Second Avenue 1

    The Prisoner of Second Avenue

    The Prisoner of Second Avenue could be restaged in the modern era. A middle aged man gets laid off during an economic recession while his major metro area goes to Hell. You get home invasions, garbage strikes and marital strife in a film that is supposed to be a...
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    A Record of Sweet Murder [Review]

    A Record of Sweet Murder continues the Unearthed Films’ craziness. This time, we follow Sang-joon as he escapes from a mental institution. He kills nearly 20 people, then captures a news crew. Inside of an abandoned apartment, he makes the crew record his interview for the masses. Naturally, these...
  • The Buster Keaton Collection Volume 1 [Review] 6

    The Buster Keaton Collection Volume 1 [Review]

    The Buster Keaton Collection debuts with Volume 1. This Blu-ray sports two of the bigger Keaton films with The General and Steamboat Bill, Jr. These are the films people think of when calling Keaton a genius. If you know nothing of Keaton, this is the place to start. My...
  • The Bostonians [Review] 9

    The Bostonians [Review]

    The Bostonians is one of the 800 Merchant Ivory films released in the 1980s. While I love seeing Christopher Reeve branch out into deep drama, he comes across super odd in the film. Over the years, the film has been read as many things. Was Christopher Reeve playing a...
  • Shoah: Four Sisters 12

    Shoah: Four Sisters

    Shoah: Four Sisters originally aired on French TV in 2018. Late last year, the four hour plus cut was delivered to the very extreme fringe of American arthouse cinemas. It’s a shame, as this is the kind of documentary that should be taught in schools. It’s weird to think...
  • Lords of Chaos 15

    Lords of Chaos

    Lords of Chaos is the latest Jonas Akerlund movie. Between his music videos and Spun, I became a Jonas Akerlund fan. Teaming him up with black metal and this film became a must-see for me. What helps is that it’s an adaptation of the book from 1998 about the...
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World [Review] 18

    How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World [Review]

    How to Train Your Dragon finally ends this series. The Hidden World is the series’ third entry and it’s more of the same. While I know that many of you love what the film is selling, it doesn’t remotely impress me. Naturally, this meant that my kid became a...
  • Earthquake: Collector's Edition [Review] 21

    Earthquake: Collector’s Edition [Review]

    Earthquake received a proper Collector’s Edition. For the first time, you’re getting the original cut and the extended TV cut that NBC aired in the late 1970s. That TV cut was on the VHS I watched for ages, so it was neat seeing it again for the first time....
  • South Park: The Complete Twenty-Second Season [Review] 24

    South Park: The Complete Twenty-Second Season [Review]

    South Park: The Complete Twenty-Second Season tried to achieve a lot. While some of our more morally upstanding members believe that Parker and Stone personally offended them, I kinda like what they’re doing now. Aging as comedians, they’re attempting to use comedic weight to address unaddressed foibles of modern...

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