Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Red Violin: A Feast for the Senses

A Review by Jessica Lynn Norman Musical instruments come to us from many different origins. They pass through many different hands, they experience many different moments, and they leave behind a lasting impression on anyone who once possessed these tools … Continue reading

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The Legendary Mario Bava Invites You to Take a Swim (Clothing Optional) in A BAY OF BLOOD

Let’s face it folks, when it comes to real horror that pulls no punches and takes plenty of chances no one does it better than the Italians. They don’t shy away from the good stuff, and by that I mean … Continue reading

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Overlooking/ Looking Over Huston

When director John Huston died in 1987 during post-production of James Joyce’s The Dead, filmdom lost its last reigning monarch—for Huston was the last of the Hollywood lions, harking from D. W. Griffith through Howard Hawks and John Ford. But if … Continue reading

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